Christmas door decordating
I just love how the darker color makes the Christmas green and red pop.
(We used General Finishes Antique Walnut gel stain, and I’ll be sharing a tutorial soon on how we achieved the look.) The darker door, decorated with two berry and pinecone wreaths from World Market, certainly helps with the lodge feel.
But you have to admit that window decorations are often ignored.
A unique and interesting window décor will bring magical atmosphere to your holiday home, and welcome your guests and neighbors who can see them from the outside.
I’ve heard of being house-proud, but can you also be porch-proud?
You probably have gathered a lot of amazing and incredible decorating ideas for Christmas tree, front door, fireplace mantel or even the dining table.
I showed you a sneak peek of our lodge-inspired Christmas front door decorations earlier this week. And I’ve invited some friends to share their front porch decorating ideas, too, as part of a virtual Christmas Porch Tour.
You’ll find links to their Christmas porches at the end of this post.
A few summers ago, I painted this black buffet for the porch, and this summer I added the bistro chairs.
All were banged-up yard sale finds, so they’re fine to be outdoors.