Join me on my front porch this holiday season to see how I incorporate some of my favorite vintage finds with fresh greens, trees, and all the classic elements that bring us home to New England for the holidays.

What Materials Do I Need to Decorate My Front Porch for the Holidays? You can never go wrong with holiday greenery. Fresh or faux evergreens can make or break a front porch during the holidays.

What are some trendy holiday front porch ideas? Vintage ski lodge decorations like old skis, snowshoes, and ski boots are always classic and on-trend for the holidays right through the winter months.

How can I make my front porch festive for Christmas? Invest in sheepskins for a cozy, inviting touch to your front porch seating spaces.

How can I make my holiday front porch stand out? By combining all these front porch decor elements to create that classic New England Christmas design.

Kissing Balls I was inspired this year to decorate with kissing balls. And I absolutely love them.  Drop by the blog today to see more!

I love the look of naked Christmas trees on a holiday front porch.  See the  4 I chose and why, and the unique Christmas tree stands to keep them secure to the front porch this holiday season.

Holiday Porch Garland The front porch beams are each wrapped with fresh evergreen garlands that I purchased from our local supermarket very inexpensively.

Next, it was time to add a few of my collected ski lodge decorations, my favorite. A single snowshoe fills the empty space on the back of a thrifted trunk that serves as our coffee table.

Now, grab your favorite antique crock, fill it up with your favorite fresh greens, and plop it anywhere you like on your front porch. It’s a match made in heaven.


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