Celebrate winter with ice skates and a vintage sled. Monogrammed stockings are a whimsical touch and look great filled with greenery.
Here's a fun look for the holidays! Consider decorating a wreath in an unexpected way. The ribbons used here were inspired by the colors found in the peacock feathers.
A simple message for those who enter: Joy! If you're looking for an alternative to hanging a wreath, a basket filled with nandina and holly berries is a simple but beautiful dressing for any door.
Mother Nature may decide to help you out with your holiday decorating this year. Even if snow isn't in the forecast, your front door will be beautiful with a big fluffy wreath, garland and bows.
Celebrate the holidays with fresh greenery around your front door. You may have to drag your family and guests in as they linger on your front porch surrounded in the wonderful scent of cedar and pine.
Think silver and frosty whites for your front door decor. This would be a great look to keep up all winter.
Here's a simple but beautiful way to decorate for the holidays. Fresh garland and a big star are all you need for a lovely and uncomplicated holiday look.
White lights along the eves and a gorgeous Christmas tree complete this lovely holiday scene. Great curb appeal!
Recently, I had the opportunity to tour the Southern Living Idea Home in Senoia, Georgia. The front doors of the home were decorated with wreaths made from preserved boxwood. Simple but beautiful.
Is traditional holiday decor more your style? Hang a pine cone wreath studded with lots of fresh fruit for an entrance that speaks of bounty and tradition.