6,483 Holiday decor Exterior Design Photos

Jay Greene Photography
5 Reviews
Elevations
Ideabooks3,703
Questions3
Gorgeous Victorian home decorated for the holidays
Okay, maybe not quite my house, but isn't this just the most charming traditional holiday Victorian ever ???
Nice old brick house decorated for Christmas
1. Put up holiday decorations. If you like to decorate for the holidays, now is the time! Dig out the Christmas lights and test them early in the month, so you have ample time to replace nonworking
set your alarm system if you use one and keep the area around your house well-lit and your bushes trimmed back.A Contractor’s Secrets to Hanging Holiday Decor
exterior lights, wreaths and swags, being sure to use only exterior-rated lights, and plug them in safely to an outside outlet if possible.2. Plan for holiday home safety. With night falling earlier this month, and many people headed out of town, it pays to be extra safety-conscious — whether or not you are
“Christmas house” — kfreeman1
Kerrie L. Kelly
46 Reviews
Rustic Luxe Holiday
Ideabooks695
Questions2
Cute cottage house. Simple Christmas decor, but enough.
like the window decoration JOY
Stucco color and Xmas decorations!
wreaths from Ballard Designs are hung atop the front shutters and wrapped with lights, sending a joyful message to passersby.More: Budget Decorator: Easy Holiday Decorations
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“Alphabet wreaths from Ballard Designs are hung atop the front shutters and wrapped with lights, send” — margielynnj
bldg.collective
7 Reviews
Bend Residence
Ideabooks2,607
Questions2
Taking holiday photos - use your house as a backdrop and put a twinkling Christmas tree on the verandah
from the outside looking in. Wait until after dark and the contrast in lighting will be too great — aim for early dusk. If doing this during the holiday season, focus through a window on the big indoor Christmas tree or place a smaller, potted tree outside, draped in twinkling lights.
9. Do decorate for the holidays. Buyers want to be able to envision living in your home, so it pays to make that vision as inviting as possible. Festive twinkling lights, green wreaths or topiary, and a decorated tree near Christmas will strike the right note. That doesn't mean you have to go overboard
overboard — in fact, a house overly cluttered with holiday decor can be a real turnoff.More: Houzz guides to Christmas decorating
“Cabin cool” — kristynasplund
Fred Martin, AIAP
Fred Martin, AIAP
Ideabooks4,704
Questions2
Talk about a mold magnet when it rains. This looks like something you'd use for a parade of homes, a wkend or two, but not during the entire holiday season.
Christmas decorations on porch and windows
My idea of a postcard Christmas home decor
If you haven’t decorated yet, don’t. Those bags and bags of gumdrops you bought to make miniature Christmas trees as a centerpiece? That mile of glittery ribbon just waiting to be wrapped around your banister and the rest of the house? What’s that? You forgot to buy the gumdrops and the ribbon? Rather
“Decorating fence” — joeythecat
Allison Ramsey Architects
15 Reviews
Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday House
Ideabooks30,743
Questions16
Coastal Living - Allison Ramsey Architects Holiday House
our new website; allisonramseyarchitect.com you can search for any plan by name or many other elements. This plan is called "The Holiday House". I would just type in "Holiday" under plan name. Thanks...
Our plans are on the web at www.allisonramseyarchitect.com. This is a Home plan we call the Holiday House. It is in our Plan book Carolina Inspirations II . You can see this and many more of our designs here. Take a look and let me know if you have
The shutters are more of a red than a brown as the pictures may indicate. I am unsure of the actual color name. Sorry. This was a Coastal Living "Holiday House" there may be a list of vendors or colors online somewhere.
“Love, love, love” — jaclynmartin
Miller Smith Design
3 Reviews
Westhaven row houses
Ideabooks301
Questions1
holiday decorations
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Wreaths on windows for holiday
“Black / Dar gray trim” — Shannon
Colleen Brett
Rehabbed 1870s Victorian
Ideabooks2,872
Questions2
What a unique & pretty way to decorate for the holidays!!
lights for a cheerful holiday look that can be put up in minutes, rather than hours.
nice idea for Christmas porch decor
your outdoor holiday decor by hanging ornaments from a front porch or trees. If the weather in your area is harsh, use plastic instead of glass and hang pieces with thick red ribbon or heavy-duty wire.
Enhance your outdoor holiday decor by hanging ornaments from a front porch or trees. If the weather in your area is harsh, use plastic instead of glass and hang pieces with thick red ribbon or heavy-duty wire.
2. Make quick work of exterior decorating with oversize ornaments. Giant ornaments
big chains like Target. I would pair a handful of oversize ornaments with a strand or two of old-fashioned big colored bulb lights for a cheerful holiday look that can be put up in minutes, rather than hours.
“Victorian detail” — Lauren Benedict
Traditional Exterior
Ideabooks5,244
Questions9
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Christmas Decor :)
“steps” — jjkd
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