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Front Porch Christmas Decorations | Tree Farm Style

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My favorite kind of Christmas porch decorations are the ones that take no time at all! Learn how to create a 5 minute grand entrance with these simple front porch Christmas decorations. Welcome to the tree farm!

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Winter outdoor scene.

Winter Arrived Early This Year

November 2019 has easily been one of the coldest Novembers I can remember! We are seeing temps that we would expect in January, so it put me in the Christmas decorating spirit a bit earlier than normal.

front porch christmas decorations

I decided to sweep off my front porch, toss the pumpkins in the woods, and create a mini tree farm to welcome guests with some simple front porch decor.

One of my goals was to use Christmas porch decorations that I could easily transition to winter after the Christmas season ends. So I kept it simple, which will also make it easy to transition when it’s frigid out in January!

Front Porch Christmas Decorations

This year, I wanted to create a “tree farm” theme. I have so many mini trees from years past that I wanted to use in a new way. The key to this is using trees that aren’t flocked in the traditional sense.

Faux Christmas Trees

Flocked christmas trees.

Look for faux “flocked” trees that have more of a glitter or pasted snow rather than traditional flocking. This will allow them to be outdoors without getting ruined by snow or rain.

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Also, make sure to vary the height of the trees. This draws the eye to each tree rather than them all blending into one line.

Porch christmas tree.

Next, simply mix in a few accents. These silver bells are perfect for Christmas, and can easily be removed once it’s time to transition to winter porch decor.

On the other side, I added a vintage crock full of fresh cut logs. My son wanted to practice his hand-sawing technique. 😉 Using nature is the easiest way to transition from the outdoors to inside your entry.

Front porch Christmas decorations.

Simple Wreaths

The final touch is a bit of jewelry for your front door. These gorgeous cedar wreaths have a beautiful realistic appearance. The simple addition of pine cones helps them stand out.

Cedar Christmas wreath with hanging bells.

And for a little glamor, I added rich toned hanging bells. These are so warm and beautiful and turn a simple wreath into a statement maker.

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Christmas front door wreath.

Transitioning Christmas Porch Decorations to Winter

Once Christmas has come and gone, my plan is to remove the Christmas trees to transition to winter porch decor.

Christmas porch decorations.

I will most likely leave the lanterns and logs, and then add in a few simple touches of greenery. Perhaps a basket of pine boughs from our Christmas tree would add a bit of coziness for the remainder of winter!

Porch Christmas Tree decor.

Simple. Affordable. Doesn’t include stringing lights in 10 degree weather. This is my kind of front porch Christmas decorations!

I hope you enjoyed these easy tips for creating a welcoming front porch for the holiday season! This is the first of many Christmas-decor related posts to come.

In the mean time, you can see all of my Christmas decor from years past, here, to begin to get ideas!

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Learn how to create a 5 minute grand entrance with these simple front porch Christmas decorations. Welcome to the tree farm!

15 Comments

  1. Ok I voted for more trees until I seen it from the different views and adding the logs and icing the bells on the ground and wreath!! Simply love!! Sarah did it again!!

  2. I love this Sarah. Got so cold here in Wi. too I was trying to figure how i would do my porch without freezing my buns off. This is perfect. Maybe i could stil get one spot light in the ground to light it up for the evening hours. Thanks Sarah a a good day.

  3. Love the simplicity of the porch decor for Christmas and beyond. A little disappointed that your giveaway is only on instagram as I don’t do instagram.

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