Halloween has come and gone and that means it’s time to start pulling out the Christmas decor. Right?
I recently partnered with Therma-Tru Benchmark doors to give my home some extra curb appeal, and I am so happy with how it turned out. My new black farmhouse style door was just what my house needed, and it makes decorating for the holidays so much more fun. You may remember that I featured my Therma-Tru Benchmark door last month along with how I decorated my front porch for fall, but today I wanted to share my super simple Christmas front porch decor ideas.
Christmas Front Porch Decor Ideas
I actually get a lot of my decor ideas from Joanna Gaines. I love how she incorporates different textures and natural materials into her decor, and how she usually keeps the decor pretty simple and minimalistic. I change my decor up each year, and this year I am going with more of a clean, minimalistic look for Christmas.
Wine Barrel Wreath
I found an old wine barrel ring at a local antique store and added some wintery branches, flowers, berries, and pine needles to it. I actually pulled apart a swag that I found at a local discount store and tied little pieces onto the barrel ring with floral wire. It was super simple, and added a little cheer to a blank wall I have on the front of my house.
Letterboards are such a cute way to display cheery holiday messages. You can change the messages up each week leading up to Christmas and can even get a little cheeky with your messages if you like.
I love to mix natural elements into my porch decor, so a driftwood reindeer, metal lantern house, and faux mini Christmas trees were the perfect blend of warm and cold.
The black farmhouse Therma-Tru Benchmark door from Lowe’s gives off such a homey feeling and goes perfectly with the natural decor elements. If you are looking to add instant curb appeal to your home, while being a little more energy efficient, these doors are the way to go.
In an effort to make my front porch feel a little cozier, I added some bohemian looking patio chairs and a deer pillow. This is such a fun spot to sit and watch my kids ride bikes and play with the neighbor kids. Does it get any better than wrapping up in a plaid fleece blanket with a cup of warm coffee, while your kids play? I think not!
As the weather gets chillier here in California, I’m doing all I can to keep the warm air inside. I love to direct the window blinds downwards so that the sun shines in and warms each room and I appreciate the fact that our front door is energy efficient. It has an insulated core and the material doesn’t flex or warp as the weather changes, and it really is great for keeping the cold air out.
If you are looking to update your front door this winter, I encourage you to check out all the possibilities with Therma-Tru Benchmark doors. Whether you’re looking for farmhouse style or a more traditional style, they have them all.
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Therma-Tru Benchmark, available exclusively at Lowe’s.