Our front porch has become somewhat of my sidekick on the blog this year since I’ve started the Front Porch Coffee Talk series. So of course, it got a big old dose of winter wonderland cheer for the holidays! So today let’s take a walk through this winter wonderland front porch- where all you need to do is add snow. I am also joining a group of wonderful ladies sharing their front porches- all linked below so be sure to check them out. I cannot wait to get some front porch inspiration!
WINTER WONDERLAND FRONT PORCH
Welcome to our front porch! In warmer months you will find me out here most mornings sipping on my coffee. With the cooler temperatures, I am probably not going to be drinking my coffee, but it is still fun to give it a little new life for the holidays. For the front entrance, I just added some fresh pine garland from Trader Joe’s along with some lights. The wreath also came from Trader Joe’s and I love how simple it all is!
Of course, it wouldn’t be a room in my home without a dash of blue, so I added this sweet velvet and satin bow to the wreath.
Since I blew my budget on fresh garland and a fresh wreath and that pretty blue satin ribbon- I had fun making some completely free planters for my burnt copper pots.
Are they perfect? Nope.
Do I love them? Yep!
If you have some sad planters and are out of decorating money- click here to see how I made these free Christmas planters for your porch.
OK, so now let’s swing around to the other side of the porch now.
PORCH SOURCES: BURNT COPPER PLANTER | FREE CHRISTMAS PLANTER TUTORIAL LEOPARD RUG | WREATH | GARLAND | LARGE LANTERN | TALL BLACK PLANTER | GRAY ROCKING CHAIRS | GREEN VELVET PILLOWS | SWEATER PILLOWS | BLUE RIBBON
I love shopping the house to see what I can find every season and for this winter wonderland porch, I snagged my green velvet pillows and some small leopard print pillows.
The rockers are staying warm with these sweater pillows! And you guessed it- I made another free planter for this back corner. In addition to the greenery, I stacked a few birch logs in to add some winter wonderland charm!
OUTFIT SOURCES: LEOPARD BOOTS | FAIR ISLE SWEATER or HERE (similar) | BEANIE WITH POM POM
These lanterns seem to move around every season out here and hold all kinds of different things! For our winter wonderland- I plopped some birch logs in and called it a day. (pine cones would have been cute too)
Thank you for stopping in today and joining me for a walk through the Winter Wonderland Porch! Click here to see the rest of my “Walking in a Winter Wonderland Home“.
More Christmas Porch Inspiration
Be sure to visit all the participating bloggers for festive decorating inspiration for your front porch, patio, sunroom and screened-in porch.
Atta Girl Says // The Frugal Homemaker // House of Hawthornes // Southern State of Mind
2 Bees In a Pod // The Chelsea Project // Virginia Sweet Pea // T. Moore Home
Top Row: Our Crafty Mom // Postcards from the Ridge
Bottom Row: Cottage at the Crossroads // Worthing Court // Major Hoff Takes a Wife
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From Our Home To Yours- Merry Christmas,
Susie | Chelsea Project says
Beautiful porch. Love the fresh greenery! Hooray for Trader Joe’s and their fresh flowers and greens.
Atta Girl Amy says
Your porch is so elegant! Love that luxe blue ribbon and all the leopard print and velvet. And you look adorable with your coffee! Thanks so much for joining the tour.
How did I not know that Trader Joe’s sold fresh greens? So jealous. It was bad enough to have to drive for cookie butter, LOL. I love the wreaths on the windows, and the knit sweater pillows get me every time!
Your porch looks beautiful! I wish we had a TJ’s. Their greenery and wreaths always look amazing when I see them on blogs. I love the planters that you DIY’d for free, they look great, and also love your cozy pillows in your chairs. Your porch looks very welcoming for Christmas guests.
Jane Windham says
I just love all the traditional fresh greens that you’ve used on your front porch. And you look so adorable in your sweater and boots! Enjoyed being on the porch tour with you this year!
The porch looks great! I’ve looked at several of the other bloggers you had in your post and of course I like your porch and
decorations the best. Everyone has such good ideas for Christmas decorating. Fresh greens and ribbon are simple and elegant!
Your winter sweater is beautiful and I love that little hat you are wearing!
Suzy Handgraaf says
So, so pretty, Heather! Love the blue ribbon! I just can imagine how wonderful all of the fresh greens must smell!
Angie @ Postcards from the Ridge says
Your porch is so pretty! Love all of the fresh greenery and it’s perfect next to the wood door.