Hey friends! 🙂
After you finish touring all these gorgeous Christmas front porches, be sure not to miss my Mercury Glass Christmas Home Tour!
Today I’m excited to join 20 super-talented bloggers to bring you the Christmas Porches and Front Doors blog hop hosted by Amber at Follow The Yellow Brick Home!
Follow The Yellow Brick Home | Our Southern Home | Decor To Adore | Have A Daily Cup Of Mrs. Olson | My Thrift Store Addiction | Petite Haus | Let’s Add Sprinkles | Botanic Bleu | The Painted Hinge | Virginia Sweet Pea | County Road 407 | The Crowned Goat | Belle Bleu Interiors | Art and Sand | Katherine’s Corner | Lora Bloomquist | Beauty For Ashes | White Arrows Home | Thistle Key Lane | Le.Cultivateur | Decorate and More With Tip
If you are coming over from Botanic Bleu, wasn’t Judith’s porch with natural greenery gorgeous?
My Christmas front porch is short and sweet this year. The weather was not cooperating with me decorating my porch last week as we had rainstorms pretty much the entire time. The only place on my porch that wasn’t getting pounded by the storms was my front door alcove.
I love using natural elements in my outdoor decor during the colder months as it will stay fresh-looking for several weeks. I filled one of my favorite milk cans with branches from our redwood and bay leaf trees and berries from our heavenly bamboo bushes.
I filled the other corner of my front door alcove with a vintage milking stool, two faux Christmas trees and a wire basket full of pine cones. The pine cones were already starting to close up from being outside in the cold rainy weather.
I love the sunburst wreaths that are in style now! I spiffed mine up with some redwood and rosemary clippings and added heavenly bamboo berries for a pop of color.
Next up on the hop is Paula at Virginia Sweet Pea. You will love her gorgeous Christmas front porch!
Here’s the entire hop lineup:
Thanks so much for stopping by to check out my Christmas front porch for 2018 and enjoy the rest of the hop!