When it comes to decorating my front door for Christmas, I usually just put up a wreath and call it good. But this year I thought it would be fun to come up with a few more festive ideas for the front porch of our new OGT studio! (It’s still sort of like a new toy!)
So I headed to Pinterest for some inspiration and found a million and one great ideas!
We don’t have a whole lot of room on the front steps of the OGT Studio, but I found a few fun things that worked!
I decided to stick with a traditional wreath for the door. I found this great, pre-lit one at Costco!
Then I added a stack of fake presents. I found the boxes at Walmart and the cute wrapping paper, ribbon, and giant bow at TJ Maxx.
Next I filled some Ikea lanterns that I’ve had for a few years with pine cones and glass ball ornaments. I also put out a few LED candles that I grabbed for 50% off at Michael’s this weekend! They’re remote controlled so I can easily turn all of them on (and off) at once.
Finally, I wrapped some burlap ribbon around the stair railings and topped them off with a green bow and some berry sprigs.
Turned out pretty cute, don’t you think?! 🙂 I couldn’t help just standing back and enjoying the view after it was all done. Looks so much more inviting!
Here is some more great inspiration for your own front door and porch!
From Beth at Home Stories A to Z
Grab a pair of boots at thrift store and fill them with greenery!
From Daun at Cottage in the Oaks
I love Daun’s chalk board! You can even buy a similar one in her Etsy shop.
From Beth at Unskinny Boppy
What a cute way to use a wagon that would otherwise sit in the garage during the winter!
From Eileen at The Seasonal Home
Eileen’s beautifully wrapped boxes were the inspiration for my own porch decor!
From Barbara at 21 Rosemary Lane
I especially love the vintage Coca Cola crate on Barbara’s front porch!
From Chelsea at Two Twenty One
These DIY tomato cage trees would be darling on a front porch!
From Abi at Laughing Abi
Such a cute way to repurpose a galvanized tub!
This pine cone garland could not be prettier!
From Kelly at The Essence of Home
I sure wish I had a covered porch like this one! And I just saw some big ornaments like these at Tai Pan Trading Co. for my Utah readers.
From Amy at The Idea Room
Head over to Amy’s site to find out how to make these DIY planters from thrift store jars!
From Holly at Ribbons and Glue
This rustic ladder could not be cuter!
From Amanda at Amanda Carol Interiors
I love these stacked wreaths!
From Courtenay at The Creek Line House
Click through to Courtenay’s site to find out how she made a big impact with this urn on a budget!
From Liz at Liz on Call
This gift wrapped door wouldn’t take more than a few minutes to put together!
From Jessica at The Creative Stamper Spot
This snowman door would be so fun to put together with your little ones!
From Bonnie at Uncommon Designs
These DIY moss letters are so simple but make a big impact on this black door!
From Jeanette at Country Design Style
I love this garland made from dollar store snowflakes!
From Laura at Finding Home Farms
I love all the cute buffalo check ribbon on Laura’s front door!
From Pauline at My Altered State
Pauline is actually my mom’s neighbor! I have one of her snowflakes that I put out every Christmas. They make a great DIY project.
From Kimberly at A Night Owl
This glitter Rudolph would be darling on a front door in place of a traditional wreath!
From Adrienne at Our Unexpected Journey
This DIY berry monogram would work for Christmas and beyond!
From Virginia at Fynes Designs
Would you believe that sled is a DIY project? Too cute!
From Monica at East Coast Creative
What kid wouldn’t love to have a Grinch front door?
How do you decorate your front door for Christmas?