These Outdoor Christmas Decoration Ideas from pinteres will take your concept about Christmas decoration to the next level. It will make your house stand out of the crowd during Christmas. I’m sure most of you secretly desire to make the neighbors green with envy by having the most beautiful and well-decorated house on the block.
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Decorating the outdoors is not as difficult as it seems. Yes, it is a bit extensive, but with imagination, a few helping hands and some stringed lights and garlands, you can create a lively and dramatic outdoor. So make your outdoors ready for the holiday season with these lovely decoration ideas from Pinterest.
Place The Sleigh At The Entrance:
Placing a classic sleigh filled with gift boxes at the entrance is an excellent way to spruce up the decoration. We loved how the blogger used signature Christmas colors for wrapping the boxes.
Joy Wooden Cutout:
Just glancing at this picture is giving us indescribable joy. Just imagine how your guests would feel witnessing this decoration in person.
The Jolly Porch:
Every inch of this porch screams Christmas cheer, right from its abundance of red and green garland to the twig Christmas tree.
A Winter Wonderland:
Here’s another brilliant idea for decorating your house with a red and green wreath and garland. Honestly, no other color would look better than red and green on a snow-decked house.
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A Beautifully Lit Up House:
The blogger has done a great deal of hard work to make her house stand out of the ‘block’. The house is glowing beautifully.
Holiday Door Décor:
Get your porch ready in no time with this decoration idea. You just have to decorate the door and its surrounding with evergreen wreaths.
Clumps Of Evergreens:
Deck your windows this Christmas with clumps of greens. And tie the windowsill with a bright red ribbon bow.
A Touch Of Green:
Add a touch of green all year round by putting clumps of evergreen leaves and berries in the windowsills.
Porch With Sled:
A lantern, a berry plant pot, and a beautifully decorated sled adorn the porch of this cozy home. The color combination looks great.
Large Ornament Balls:
Here is one of the easiest ways to add color to your white windows. Just make sure you select ornament balls in different colors.
Hand Some Lights Outdoors:
Classic Christmas lights are a creative way to show your holiday spirit to your neighborhood. The blogger went out of her way to create a unique Christmas decoration for her outdoors. We love it too.
Front Doorway At Night:
Once the sun goes down, the doorway becomes even more intimate, all thanks to the glow created by the lanterns.
A Royal Red Entrance:
A beautiful green and red garland and ornaments grace the doorway of the blogger. Even the night lamp is looking beautiful dressed up in the garland.
Another Way Of Using The Sled:
Here’s another way of using the sled on the porch. Just like the previous one, even this sled is beautified, but with a pine leaf and pine cone wreath.
Light And Ornament Garland:
A traditional green garland gets a holiday update all because of lights and ornaments. And it’s really simple. Just drape the garland across the door and poles and hang the lights and ornaments from it.
Just For The White House:
If you have a white house, then a red and green wreath will add great visual interest.
If you are tired using the same old’ round wreath every year, then you can go for teardrop shaped wreath instead.
If you are planning a nativity play this year, then this nativity set would make a great addition. This one is all white, but you are free to use a colored one.
For The Fence:
Add a festive punch to your wreath by draping it around with green garland and placing a red bow in the center.
Place Green Wreath Every Few Inches Apart:
Placing green and berry wreaths every few inches apart is also a great way to welcome your guest with a dramatic swag.
Add A Touch Of Green:
One of the easiest ways to add a touch of green to your décor is by installing green lamps on the barn or home.
Silk Floral Wreath:
This one is gorgeous. Instead of using real flowers, you can use silk flowers also. And do not hang the wreath on the door. It would look great on the wall more than the gate.
Red Burlap Ribbons For Decorating The Garage:
The creative blogger has red huge, red burlap ribbon for decorating the garage doors. And it couldn’t look more beautiful.
Merry And Bright:
Spread cheer in the neighborhood with a festive holiday message. To make the Christmas sign, you just need to paint the ply with bright red paint and write the wordings on it.
A Cheerful House:
Add a striking garland and wreath to your house and guarantee yourself the prettiest house on the block. You can either make the garland yourself or purchase it from the store.
Place Square Wreaths On The Window:
Placing square shaped wreaths on the windows will add holiday cheer to your house.
Red And Green Railings:
Ditch the tinsel and go ‘au naturel’ this year. Evergreens look best where placed outdoors. The blogger has decorated the railing of her house with evergreen garland paired with red ribbon.
A Handmade Wreath:
Welcome your visitors with a handmade evergreen wreath on the lamppost beautified with a red ribbon bow.
Berry Wreath Around The Lamp Post:
Made entirely with berries, the wreath around the lamp is setting a cheerful tone for the visitors.
Place A Huge Vase Near The Door:
Here’s another easy way of bringing home the Christmas cheer home. Just put a huge vase filled with leaves, pinecones, and ornaments.
A Decoration Idea For Your Garage:
We’ve got the easiest way to dress up your garage. Just place a medium sized, beautifully lit Christmas tree between the two doors and you are good to go.
Do you have an old car lying in your garage? Then why don’t you make it a centerpiece of your backyard? The blogger has decorated her old Fiat card with a cute green and berry wreath and placed some gift boxes on the top.
Evergreen Wreath On the Door:
Round, evergreen wreaths with red ribbons are used to adorn the doors of this beautiful house.
Painted Mason Jar:
Here is a simple DIYY Christmas outdoor decoration idea for you. Just paint a few mason jars in bright and bold colors, tie a piece of twine around it and place near the stairs.
Christmas Lyrics On The Porch:
Show off the lyrics to your favorite Christmas carol or song by displaying them outside. Just write the lyrics on a white Christmas tree cut out and stick on a bright ply board.
The Most Beautiful Fence:
Yes, we stand by what we say. This one is the most beautiful fence. The blogger has made a beautiful garland using leaves, flowers, pinecones, ribbons and jingle bells.
A Wooden Christmas Tree:
Enough of pine or artificial Christmas tree. This year, try out his wooden Christmas tree instead. Do not forget to tie the mini lights around it. After all, your tree should sparkle at night too.
Repurposing Old Lantern:
We loved the idea of reusing an old lantern for outdoor decoration. You just need to fill the lamp with tiny lights and light them up.
Candles In Cane Bucket:
All thanks to this cane bucket, this Christmas display is bubbling with retro style. And the warm glow is making it stand out.
A Stunningly Beautiful Table:
This is seriously THE best way to get an old chair and table to use. The round lamps on top and the mesh of lights on the table are adding to its beauty.
We hope you find our ideas helpful. We’d love to know how you decorated the outdoors. Just leave us a comment below!