If you’re looking to decorate your front door for the holiday season, look no further than that beautiful place we call the internet. While Christmas door decorations can certainly be found everywhere on Pinterest, as well as various blogging sites, we’ve gathered up some choice door decor for your perusal.

Let The Holiday Spirit In Through The Front Door

Christmas front door decorations can be bought or made. Whether you’re going for a DIY Christmas door or store-bought trinkets for your front porch, you should put your whole holiday spirit into it!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/155303887587597790/ - traditional red and green

Your front door is the first thing people see, so why not utilize it for some curb appeal? An evergreen wreath is an evergreen way to decorate your door for the Christmas season.

But wreaths come in all shapes, sizes, and colors — not just green, red, and white.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/155303887643146495/ - a splash of purple

Use different or unexpected color to make your decor really pop — for example, a darker Christmas wreath against a lighter colored door.

In this case, while purple isn’t a traditional holiday color at all, but it still looks cute.

The Little Christmas Door That Could

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/200762095876814525/ - pine cone wreath

Some might see pine cones as more of a traditional “autumn” piece of decor, but they can make for an interesting choice of material, also adding unexpected texture and depth to a smooth holiday door.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/189643834284663982/ - ice skates on a wreath

For another eye catching idea, consider adding a bow or ribbon, some bells, or other ornaments that evoke a sense of winter. You can even try a larger item like ice skates. If it doesn’t come on a premade wreath, just use some hot glue for the smaller stuff.

You’re sure to have more fun ideas that satisfy the theme!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/204280533088027385/ - a holiday door

Using an arch, wreath, or garland with fake snow can help you pretend you’re living in a winter wonderland. Frame your front door for a more complete look.

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/135671007528042997/ - christmas door decoration

Christmas door decorations don’t have to stop at the door itself. Don’t be afraid to use the whole front porch or put out another small Christmas tree to give yourself more room to decorate and craft the perfect scene!

Christmas Door Decorations For A Budget

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/257620041177717048/ - christmas wreath

Door decoration can be cheap and easy. Consider adding lights to your garland or wreath to lend some warmth to a cold night.

String lights, as we discussed while talking about ways to be energy efficient for the holidays, can be used to create wonderful effects.

Make Wreath Hanging A Family Affair

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/155303887642155261/ - elf wreath

If you have kids, they can partake in some door decoration right along with you, with door decor that has a more fanciful flair. It might not be traditional or elegant, but if it makes you smile, what’s the harm? December doesn’t last all year, after all.

A Holiday Door For Everyone


Your holiday door doesn’t have to be a Christmas door, either! Blue and white are colors that look great on wreaths.


Chanukah, Kwanzaa, and entirely secular winter gatherings of family and friends are all wonderful.

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