Get one of those old-fashioned wooden sleds and use it as a decoration. Add a bow or other small accent.
A classic Christmas decoration is the green garland over the door. Sprinkle it with reds, silvers, and browns for a move Christmas-y look.
You should also use a wreath for the Christmas decorations. It can be natural or made from Christmas tree ornaments, or anything else. Hang up as many as you want!
Make or buy a fun and unique Christmas sign that you can put on your porch. Make it creative and fun!
Hang large ornaments from the railings and top of the porch to get a nice cozy feeling for your porch and the front of your house.
A great accent piece is red and silver bows. You can add them to the doors, the windows, or even other decorations. They’re simple and bring all the other colors together.
Reindeer are classic Christmas decorations, so use them on your porch this year. They can be small ones you put in the windows or larger ones that stand alone on the porch.
Wrap boxes to look like fun presents and then scatter them around your porch. You can even put them below your trees!
I love these rustic Christmas lanterns. They just look so warm and cozy and really add to the whole Christmas feel of the porch.
Pinecones are a great accent piece to use with all of the decorations on your porch. You can mix them with greens, or put them out on a tray, or do whatever you want.
Make a little box that you can use for log storage on your front porch. Not only is it practical (if you have a wood-burning fireplace) but it also looks super cute!
Wrap the posts of your porch with garlands to make it look extra green and Christmas-y. This especially looks great when it snows!
For potted plants, just go for potted Christmas trees! They look great and you can even decorate them to make your porch look even more like Christmas.
Get a nutcracker or two (you can determine the size) and put them around your porch. They’re a classic Christmas decoration and add a lot of good colors and texture.
Stick some cutout stars on the front of the house or hang them from the porch ceiling. If possible, added some frosted snow effect to look even better!
Make or buy a Christmas doormat that matches the rest of your decorations. It can have a Christmas scnee on it or just go for a simple striped one!
Poinsettias are such a great Christmas flower, so put some on your porch. Mix them with other decorations and plants to look even better!
Make a little tree out of wood or wicker! It’ll match the rest of the rustic Christmas decor, which is great!
Use metal containers in your porch to hold all sorts of natural Christmas material like pinecones, greens, poinsettias, etc. It looks great and the metal really accents the nature effect.