Christmas is coming soon! We often think of decorating our interior but what about the garden or the front door? These places are easily overlooked when they can bring a touch of magic to your surroundings. A pretty wreath on the door, a few fir trees around the entrance, light garlands, and a branch of holly are enough to sublimate our exterior. Discover 36 outdoor decorations for inspiration!
1. Decorate your garden with pretty polar stars for Christmas
To decorate your garden at Christmas time, no need to overdo it! The simplicity of these rattan stars is a great example. Placed soberly against a tree, they bring a poetic and delicate touch to your exterior.
2. Use fir branches to dress a railing at Christmas time
When the holiday season arrives, there is no shortage of receptions at home! It’s time to stage your exterior porch to welcome your guests. With this recycled idea of fir branches, to which you add a sober light garland, you immerse your guests in the heart of the matter, as soon as they arrive.
3. Create DIY Christmas trees in your garden for the holidays
Traditionally, we decorate the Christmas tree inside. However, it also finds its place outside! The proof with these recycled fir trees dresses the garden as much as they protect from the wind. Wooden pallets cut in the shape of a fir tree, a few branches and pine cones collected in the garden. All you have to do is collect a few small wooden planks and fix them together. You can let go of the decoration. The choice of color tones is yours!
4. Bet on decorative accessories for an exterior at Christmas time
Developing a beautiful outdoor space in a cocooning version is possible! We put on decorative accessories usually reserved for our interiors, such as lanterns, light garlands, and other soft plaids. We do not hesitate to play on the accumulation to create a warm garden decoration.
5. Hang paper snowflakes to embellish your porch at Christmas time
These delicate paper snowflakes plunge us into the heart of the winter season. Easy to find, paper garlands have nothing to envy to fairy lights. Be careful, however, to hang them away from bad weather! Nothing like it to create a decorative separation between the exterior and the interior.
6. Install lighted Christmas trees in front of your house
Here is a bright idea to create a magical atmosphere as soon as you enter your house! By day, these luminous trees blend into the background. At night, they light up the garden and plunge you into the heart of a … magical forest!
7. Create outdoor decorative candlesticks with logs
Monumental, these candlesticks made from logs! A great idea when you want to decorate your exterior without breaking the bank. Both raw and rustic, they bring a warm touch and enlighten the passing visitor …
8. Illuminate your aisle during the holidays with luminous balls
Placed on the ground, these luminous balls create a path of light towards the entrance of your house. In a frosted or braided version, dare to accumulate them for a guaranteed decorative effect!
9. Garland your outdoor tree
At Christmas time, we don’t forget the trees in our garden either. With a simple light garland, bring your outdoor tree to life. For an even more wintery atmosphere, why not add some rustic elements such as this traditional sled? It’s as if Santa Claus had been there …
10. Decorate your ornamental shrubs
Stitched with a few red branches, this shrub immediately takes on a more festive and joyful allure. With a few lights, it makes a perfect decoration for the outdoors. An idea to reproduce on all the small boxwoods and other ornamental plants in your garden!
11. Make the front door welcoming and pretty by taking inspiration from the holiday season
What could be nicer to feel the Christmas spirit than decorating the exterior and interior of the house? Outdoor spaces can also lend themselves to the game of decoration. Here we have assembled a small album of images showing “daytime” decorations for the exterior parts of our houses.
12. Cool accessories part of the festive winter theme
We can opt for a classic decoration in red or another original good highlighting the natural materials or a decoration made by ourselves or invent something unique and very personal … It is up to us to choose by drawing a possible inspiration in the following photos.
13. Light on window
Hang an outdoor light garland on your window.
14. Christmas lantern
Christmas lanterns to mark the way to the house.
Decorate the door of his house with three Christmas wreaths.
16. Red decoration
Have fun with red decorations.
17. Roof decoration
Install a roof decoration for adding glow to your house at Christmas.
Put down gift packages to decorate the entrance to your house which is original decoration.
You can decorate with sculptures!
Also, decorate your veranda for a cocooning space.
21. Christmas tree
Why not install a tree on the terrace?
22. Ski decoration
Install red skis in front of the front door to invite the Christmas spirit from the outside.
23. Fir branches and balls
To decorate the railing of the house, we hang fir branches and Christmas balls.
24. Light string Christmas tree
The light garland can also be used outdoors to decorate the facade of the house.
25. A warm terrace
Plaid with tartan patterns for a most British Christmas.
26. A bright Christmas
The light garland wrapped around the post for a cocooning terrace.
27. A natural Christmas
The compositions fixed on either side of the wooden front door.
28. Stars and snowflakes from the entrance
The garland of stars hanging under the awning of the entrance to the house.
29. Fir and holly suspensions
To decorate the entrance to your home, hang fir and holly branches.
30. Christmas tree in pallets
Easy to make and very trendy, you will impress your neighbors with these Christmas trees in pallets.
31. A Christmas bouquet
Use a vintage carafe to slip in a pretty Christmas bouquet.
32. Cute little elves in the garden
Cut a few small logs of wood, a lick of paint, some string for the decoration, and here is the result!
33. Santa’s reindeer visiting the garden
No need to spend a single penny to create a pretty decoration. Make these pretty reindeer with simple wooden logs.
34. Logs for eternal snowmen
At least they don’t fear the sun or the heat.
35. Think about window decorations!
Flowerpots, garlands, baskets, trinkets, lights… everything is allowed!
36. Make an artificial snowman
Plaster bands replace the soft snow but in no way detract from the charm and naturalness of this pretty Christmas man. Somewhere in the garden, a wire mesh structure dressed in plaster bands forms the most beautiful of snowmen! Buttons, branches, pine cones, and wooden rings act as a nose, mouth, buttons… and give it that mischievous air! For even more fantasy and charm, a scarf, hat, and mittens knitted with flakes dress it up and keep it cold.