It may be chilly outside but that does not mean your front porch should have a cold and unwelcoming appearance. Your home’s curb appeal is, of course, the first thing that your guests and your neighbors see. After clearing away the holiday décor, make a simple switch with a few décor pieces to add some warmth.  The days may be shorter and darker during this season but here are a few ways to add love, light, and style to your front porch this winter.

An easy place to begin styling is with your front door. Start by hanging a seasonal wreath on your front door. I embellished a premade winter wreath with the Decocrated Winter Wreath. I simply attached it to the bottom of the premade wreath to spruce it up. Wreaths are always go-to and must-haves for seasonal décor.

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Here is another front door wreath option. I used a wooden “home” sign and hung the Decocrated Wintergreen Wall Art above it to give it a wintertime theme. The wooden “home” signs are so versatile and can be utilized from season to season. For those of you who are crafty and would like to add a unique touch, you may consider creating your own wreaths. You could wrap a scarf around a wreath base and a festive bow. Another idea is to attach twigs and pinecones to a wreath base to give it a natural woodsy look. You could also take it a step further and give it a quick spray with white spray paint to give it a winter wonderland look. The best part about it, you may be able to find these items in your own backyard. I am all about simple and easy ways to decorate.

Greenery is a key ingredient to give your front porch a wintery look.  Evergreens are commonly used in the construction of wreaths due to their heartiness throughout the harsh winter season.  I found the cutest little dog made from faux greenery and hung the Decocrated Faux Winter Wreath from its tail. It’s fun to add a little element of whimsy to your front porch décor to keep it interesting. 

Plant containers are also a terrific way to add color to the front porch. You can fill them with live greenery, faux greenery, wood, or even pinecones just to name a few.

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Whether you have a wooden bench, wicker sofa, or chairs on your front porch, an effortless way to add a pop of color is with throw pillows. I added the fabulous Evergreen pillows, from the Winter 2021 box to these chairs, and they added the perfect amount of texture and wintertime style. If you want to get a little fancier, you can even add a throw to your seating area. It will come in handy on those chilly nights while you are spending time together on your front porch. 

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After all the holiday hype ends, focus on keeping your front porch décor simple but inviting. Add your unique touches along with your Decocrated seasonal pieces to create a front porch you can be proud of. Be sure to share how you decorate your porch for the winter months.

xoxo, Doris (Doris Roberts Interiors)

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