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15 Winter Front Porch Decorating Ideas

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Since the blog post written about decorating your front porch for fall was such a big hit, I decided to write one for every season. 15 Winter Front Porch Decorating Ideas will help you make the entrance to your home a cozy way to welcome friends and family to your home.

“I wonder if the snow loves the trees and fields, that it kisses them so gently? And then it covers them up snug, you know, with a white quilt; and perhaps it says, “Go to sleep, darlings, till the summer comes again.” – Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland & Through the Looking-Glass

Finding the right decor for your home can be time-consuming. Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. Here are some cute ideas I found on Amazon. Click on the pictures or links for pricing and more information about the product.

Here are the 15 Winter Front Porch Decorating Ideas to get you started:

1) Welcome wreath.

Nothing says “welcome” like a seasonal wreath decorating your front door. This 22 Inch Pine Cone Wreath In Whitewashed Snowy Finish is a gorgeous way to say hello. You can find it here:

If you prefer one that looks a little bit more color, how about this one? Click on the pictures for pricing for the Flora Decor Festive Red Berry Wreath 22″ .

2) Wipe your feet.

There are so many cute welcome mats to choose from now, why would you have a plain one at your front door?

Look at how nostalgic this vintage truck is? You can find the Jellybean Drivin’ The Tree Home Winter Holiday Décor Indoor/Outdoor Washable 21″ x 33″ Accent Rug here.

Or maybe a sweet deer will tug at your heartstrings.  You can find the Jellybean Reindeer rug here. 


Home & More 120971729 Christmas Moose Doormat, 17″ x 29″ x 0.60″, Multicolor

3) Greeting guests.

This fabulous rustic Welcome Sign would look perfect on your front porch for any season. You can find the Sunset Vista Designs Merry Christmas Moose Wood Sign here.

How about this primitive sign to say hello? Primitives by Kathy Rustic Christmas Box Sign, Merry Little Christmas can be found here.  

4) Listen to silence.

There is a certain hush that comes with freshly fallen snow. Make sure you’re able to sit inside the quiet and absorb the beauty that surrounds you. This General Supply Log Rocking Chair is the perfect vehicle to relax your troubles away.

5) Mood Lighting.

These stunning Assorted Satin Pearl Outdoor Patio Globe String Lights (50 Foot, G40 Assorted 1.6″ Bulbs – Green Wire) would add pizzaz to any front porch:

Because you’re still seeing stars after all these years Holiday Decor Star Outdoor/Indoor String lights 120 bulbs 33 feet

6) Planter love.

This Red Flyer wagon is just the thing to hold Poinsettia, small Christmas trees and pinecones :

7) Outdoor pre lit Christmas tree.

This pair of outdoor pre lit Christmas trees will be sure to make a statement.


8) Coziness.

Every rocking chair needs a blanket to keep winter weather at bay. Woolly Mammoth Woolen Company Farmhouse Collection Spiced Cider Wool Blanket (Red/Cream/Black Plaid)

9) Sweet accent.

Just a daily reminder to savor the bounties of winter. Rustic Christmas Tree Reclaimed Wood Pallet Entryway Sign Home Decor 42×11

10) Grand garland.  

Why not dress up your door in its finest with this 9 foot Frosted Berry Garland to greet your guests? 

11) Sledding towards winter.

A sled looks adorable propped near your front door.  Instead of just buying a decorative one, how about getting a real sled in case you want to hit a few hills?  This Flexible Flyer would be the perfect sled to do double duty.  

12) Lighting up the holidays.

This trio of red lanterns would be perfect for showing Santa the way to your home. You could add LED candles for a big impact.

13) Simple statements.  

Sometimes the simplest of things make the biggest statements.  This adorable string art sign Primitives by Kathy makes is adorable.  

14) Personal hello.  

My aunt had a chalkboard next to her doorway that greeted guests.  She would write “Merry Christmas” or welcome visitors with his or her name.  This rustic wall chalkboard would be the perfect addition to any front porch.  

15) Light the way home.

This vintage-inspired front porch light would look especially cute during the holiday season with its red color.

We’ve reached the end of 15 Winter Front Porch Decorating Ideas.  I hope you got a few new ideas that will put a smile on your face as soon as you get home.

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