Winter and I have been in a love-hate relationship since I could remember. The snow means Christmas is near, but the coldness makes my joint hurt. However, this does not prevent me from decorating for the season.
Like I mention before, my family and I are on a budget since 2020 has not been my year. So when researching front porch decoration, I focused on the inexpensive idea, outdoor decor like leftover Christmas trees, vines you can find in your backyards, and DIY pinecones I made from cardboard.
Old Christmas Trees
The best thing about after Christmas is snatching all the decor that didn’t sell. You can get Christmas trees for less than $5, and they can remain up for the rest of the seasons. You can leave the tree as it is or create a new fuller version. Garden snips can be used to take apart the branches, and you can stick them into a planter pot for added effect.
Pine Cones is a favourite for porch ideas. You can take them from old decorations or make them yourself. Use cardboard and brown paint to achieve a cone look. Add them to the Christmas tree or allow them to stand alone whichever your choice it will give your porch an inviting feeling.
Farm House Chairs
Seems simple enough… Farmhouse chairs are one of the cheapest ways to decorate your front porch. You can add outdoor pillows, planters, and lanterns to spice up your decor. Solar lights are an excellent idea to add ambient lighting to your porch.
I’m always excited to make a wreath; whether it’s for Christmas, Halloween, or Winter, it is a must-have for every door. One of my go-to guide to wreath making is using last year’s old decoration and glueing them together. I can still remember sitting around the table making a wreath with my mom, and creating a few extras for my neighbours.
Branches and Wood
Assembling wood on your front porch defines winter decor. Something about wood and winter reminds me of the good old days. It cheap as you can find them in your back yard and you can string lights so at nights they can brighten up your porch.
Cozy Winter Blankets
Assembling wood on your front porch defines winter decor. Something about wood and winter reminds me of the good old days. It is cheap as you can find them in your back yard, and you can string lights so at nights they can brighten up your porch.
Other Tips For Decorating Your Front porch at Winter
- Use LED lighting to ensure your decoration is seen at night.
- Winter theme decor always looks best as it offers an inviting atmosphere.
- Snowman is an additional decoration you can use.
- If you don’t live in an area that doesn’t, snow you can play around with fake snow.
- Focus on colors like brown, white, and red.
- Don’t forget your door.
Winter is the best time to start decorating for the holidays it is simple to just add to the decoration that is already there.