One of the easiest Christmas decorating projects is the front door. A favorite wreath, a holiday bough, maybe even a pair of ice skates have graced your own front door for the holidays. Here’s a few ideas in case you haven’t decorated your door yet.
A very full wreath adorns a blue Victorian door. When a wreath is this plump, it really doesn’t need a lot of bling – just a simple bow will do.
A cute yellow cottage enjoys a wreath on its dark green door with a bough overhead.
Red is the perfect front door color for Christmas decorating. The glow of holiday lights can be seen on the tree just beyond the glass window.
A neutral door looks equally festive with an over-sized wreath.
Purple ornaments on a green wreath are the perfect complement to a front door painted dark gray.
If you’re a fan of color at Christmas, you might enjoy this festive wreath with beaded faux fruit. It reminds me of the little marzipan candies that are so popular during the holiday season.
A brick red door enjoys a large wreath decorated with pine cones and a couple of bows.
A star-shaped mini pine cone wreath is layered over an evergreen wreath. A glittery white star finishes off the look.
Snow will always create a Christmas feeling. A bright blue door makes it easy to find your home in the midst of a snow storm. The wreath looks like it’s flocked with all the snow accumulation.
A red historic home goes festive with a blue door Christmas garland.
A single ice skate filled with Christmas greens creates a unique alternative to the classic wreath.
I snapped this photo while walking around my home town of Geneva, Illinois. The front door wears no wreath, but the porch enjoys plenty of holiday trimmings.
A few years ago I hung my pine cone wreath on the front door to complete my Christmas decorating. This year chose a simple live wreath from the garden center.
What goes on your front door for the holidays? A wreath, a bough, or something different?