We’re in the thick of things now. We’re decorating. We’re baking. And we’re all out shopping. If you haven’t busted out all the festive decorations just yet, you still have time! Don’t forget your curbside appeal either. Check out these 50 front porch Christmas decor ideas to make this year and take your home’s holiday spirit to an entirely new level.
1. Ice Skates
BHG showed off this fun ice skating idea and we’re swooning for its charm. Find some old skates – maybe even pick some up at a secondhand store – and turn them into a magical piece of décor for your front porch.
2. The Grinch
You could always turn your front porch into a Grinch’s face. We love this festive and family-friendly idea! It’s quite creative too. (via)
3. Pinecone Planters
Plough Your Own Furrow showed off these easy pine cone planters. Use the planters you have for the spring and summer and fill them up with a bit of holiday cheer to great your guests at the front.
4. Christmas Tree
BHG shows us a classic and quintessential way to decorate your front porch. Place a Christmas tree out there and style it all your own!
5. Present Topiary
Visit Deck the Holidays to learn how to make this fun present topiary. It’s got a whimsical element that the entire family will smile over.
Vintage Mellie showcased a chalkboard in its front porch Christmas design and we love this idea too. And it’s so easy to recreate and coordinate with your own style.
7. A Sled
Of course a sled could be a great addition to the holiday’s decoration. Check out this bit of inspiration further at Unskinny Boppy.
8. Hanging Ornaments
Home Stories hung some ornaments on the front porch and it looks quite chic and charming! If you’ve got the right kind of space, we urge you to take a closer look at this idea.
9. Wood Pallet Tree
Country Living created a wood pallet tree that you can easily make too! Grab the details after the jump.
10. Joy Sign
Fynes Designs made a “Joy” sign that fits nicely out front as well. This is just another one of those projects where we have to say … adding glitter won’t hurt.
11. Gold Leaf Pine Cone Garland
Visit The Sweetest Occasion and check out this gold leaf pinecone garland that could add a bit of festive style to your front porch as well. Just make sure it won’t get hit with any rain!
12. Light-Up Snowflake
Oh goodness we are loving this light-up snowflake and dreaming about how amazing it would look from the road. Visit A Beautiful Mess and learn how to make one for yourself.
13. Glitter Reindeer
One Krieger Chick made some glitter reindeer that could fit nicely on the porch as well. Whip them up and give them a new home outside your front door.
14. Dip Dyed Christmas Lights
Twodaloo showcased these dip dyed Christmas lights that are full of festivity and personality. They can be hung around the bench outside the front door or even around the frame!
15. Holiday Door Banner
A Beautiful Mess makes a chic and easy holiday door banner that will work for any front porch around. You can even switch out the words to fit your own style.
Of course adding some poinsettias to the mix will always be a good idea. Grab the inspiration from Centsational Girl now!
17. Cabin Fever
Country Living showed off this cabin-esque front porch that works perfectly throughout the holiday season. Add a bit of mountain escape vibes and use this scene as inspiration.
18. Boxwood Wreath Chandelier
The Inspired Room makes a boxwood wreath chandelier that can go on the porch! Add a bit of poshness with this help of this fabulous DIY!
19. Joy Wreath
Head over to The Idea Room for the details behind this “Joy” wreath. You need a welcoming, focal piece to round out your front porch décor and this could be a great one.
20. Classic Greens
Good Housekeeping shows us how to decorate that front door with some classic Christmas greens. We love its organic and natural beauty, don’t you? And it’s still quite festive!
21. Ornaments on the Door
You could even hang some ornaments right on the door to ring in the season. This idea from DDD fits perfectly in with the hanging ornaments you can place around the porch above!
22. Lighted Snowman
BHG made a light-up snowman that could fit nicely out on the front porch. Set the scene in a welcoming and warm way with one of these chilly friends.
23. Easy Packages
Add some presents to the mix. Just wrap up some leftover boxes like they did at The Seasonal Home and add some embellishments!
24. Natural Style
Home Stories showed off this gorgeous and natural-inspired Christmas porch that’s quite easy to recreate. Pine cones and greenery come together to set off this space in a festive and welcoming way!
Home Stories also gave us this innovative idea we’re loving. Repurpose old boots, crates and even some fabric scraps to create fun and new pieces of décor for the porch!
26. Gumdrop Garland
Check out this fun YouTube video and learn how to whip up some gumdrop garland for the porch. Make it a whimsical scene for all to enjoy.
Cottage in the Oaks made a little basket of snowballs that add a fun and friendly feel to the porch scene. The kiddos will love them!
28. Sharpie Trees
Grab your Sharpies and get started on this creation. Find out all the details for this piece of décor over at Finding Home Farms.
29. Rocking Chairs
Home Bunch just added some classic rocking chairs to their front porch. We love this cozy, family feel that fits perfectly for the holidays.
30. A Star
DIY Network teaches us how to make a beautiful star to accent your home. With a bit of driftwood, you too can whip one of these up.
31. Metal Bins
DDD featured this simple idea too. Add some metals bins to the mix of Christmas décor on the front porch for a masculine more industrial feel.
When you’re whipping up those repurposed wooden signs think about adding a simple “PEACE” to the mix. Remind your friends and family what it’s all about this Christmas season. (via)
33. Giant Lollipops
Visit YouTube and watch the video if you want to learn how to make these adorably sweet giant lollipops. If you’re looking for a kid-friendly and whimsical décor idea, this is it!
34. Dollar Store Snowflakes
Rae of Sparkles shows us how to scatter some snowflakes around the porch without breaking the bank. Check out the ideas after the jump!
35. Oversized Ornaments
Visit Good Housekeeping to learn how to make some oversized ornaments to adown your porch with. You can have to much fun with each personalized design.
Of course if you’re looking to create a warm and cozy feel, go with the classics. A bout of firewood on the front porch will help transform it into a welcoming, wintery scene. (via)
37. Cozy Comfort
If you’ve got a covered front porch, make it a cozy setting for all to enjoy. 21 Rosemary Lane shows us how to make the best little spot for enjoying a hot cup of cocoa.
38. Triple Wreath
Remodelando La Casa made a tripled wreath piece of décor that works great for bigger front doors. Take the leap and grab the inspiration.
39. Ornament-Filled Lanterns
If you’ve already got the lanterns then used them to your advantage. Add a bit of festivity by filling them with some classic, Christmas ornaments. (via)
40. Classic Greens
Thistlewood Farms mades another natural, green-inspired front porch to love. Visit the site and grab some ideas for your own space.
41. Olive Buckets
On Sutton Place used olive buckets to show off their mini Christmas trees. We love it’s organic feel and industrial elements.
You can always add a bit of gift wrapping to your front porch. Liz on Call gave us this charming little idea that’s so quintessentially Christmas!
43. Pine Cone Bundle
Country Living made this sweet, pine cone bundle that works great outside as well. Learn how to make one for yourself after the jump.
44. Merry & Bright Marquee
Make your own marquee with the help from A Beautiful Mess. You can comb this right into your Christmas light design!
45. Nailhead Trees
HGTV made some nailhead trees that are so trendy and cool! Whip them up in the weekend and adorn the front porch with their masculine, rugged spirit.
46. Bike Basket
Your bike could come in handy as well. Just do what A Beach Cottage did and embellish it a bit with the style of the season.
47. Pom Pom Wreath
Gina Michele made a pom pom wreath that we’re swooning for. The front door is the focus of the front porch so make sure it’s decorated!
48. Tomato Cage Tree
Over at Country Living, you’ll learn how to make a tomato cake tree that fits nicely outside your front door too. Visit the site and follow along with the tutorial.
49. Column Garland
When decorating the front porch don’t forget about the littlest details. You can even add garland to your columns for an extra pop of fun. (via)
50. Star Sills
BHG made a star-inspired design as well. Fill your windowsills with these starry looks and add a bit of night sky vibes.