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Traditional Christmas Porch

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Our traditional Christmas porch is ready for its close-up!

You are in for a treat today. Not only are we revealing our traditional Christmas porch, we are also sharing 12 other festively decorated Christmas porches. Sit back, relax and take a peek at all of the inspiration!

When it comes to our Christmas porch, we typically keep it traditional. Lots of greenery, pops of red and maybe an appearance by a reindeer.

A large wreath and evergreen swag highlight the front door. 



Using faux greenery, we missed the fragrance of fresh pine. As a solution, we added a few fresh rosemary topiaries into a galvanized tub. Next we placed lots of plastic red ornaments at the base of the rosemary. Fragrant doesn’t even begin to describe how fabulous this smells. Bonus – these topiaries will each make great gifts for friends!

The galvanized bell was a new find. A red plaid bow was added to make it look more festive.

Do you change out your front door mat throughout the year? This is an inexpensive way to add more cheer to your outdoor decor.

The lights twinkle and shine at night, especially the tree by the front door.

As an after-thought, a cute sign was added to the rosemary.

Fresh greenery was added around the reindeer. This also helped to keep him from tipping over LOL.

We truly hope that you have been inspired today! Don’t forget to visit all of the other designers, below. Simply click the link to their porches.

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More Christmas Porch Inspiration

Be sure to visit all the participating bloggers for festive decorating inspiration for your front porch, patio, sunroom and screened-in porch.

collage showing four porches decorated for Christmas

Atta Girl Says // The Frugal Homemaker // House of Hawthornes // Southern State of Mind

collage showing four porches decorated for Christmas

2 Bees In a Pod // The Chelsea Project // Virginia Sweet Pea // T. Moore Home

collage showing five festive Christmas porches

Top Row: Our Crafty Mom // Postcards from the Ridge

Bottom Row: Cottage at the Crossroads // Worthing Court // Major Hoff Takes a Wife

collage photo showing Christmas porches with the title Festive Christmas porches


  1. You guys have completely outdone yourselves! Oh my word this is the best your porch has ever looked. I love it all – you totally nailed it – call all the magazines now – it’s gorgeous! Love, love, love ladies. Great job, CoCo

  2. Wow! That is stunning! I wish my front porch looked 1/2 this festive this year; I just ran out of steam before decorating anything outside this year (well, that and it’s been snowing for 3 days so I don’t even want to go outside!).

  3. Just beautiful and so festive!

  4. So beautifully done. Love the three trees in the container with red balls. Filing that idea away! And the bell…did I miss the source?

  5. Such a colorful and inviting space. I love the pops of red and blue against the green. And adding rosemary is such a nice touch! I bet it smells divine on your porch. What a way to welcome visitors to your home.

  6. Cute! It looks like you and I both have the long and narrow porch thing going on. I love the metal bucket with the mini Christmas trees, great idea! The swag on the door is great too.

  7. What a welcoming porch and it looks wonderful at night with the lights twinkling! I’m mad for plaid this year and love the plaid on your garland, wreath, and on your new bell.

  8. The traditional Christmas colors look so fabulous with your blue front door! And using rosemary topiaries to get the scent is a genius idea! Everything is so pretty!

  9. I love your deer on the porch ready to snitch the bucket of shiny apples…really love how this all tied together….Very pretty….and not so over done! Happy Holidays!

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