source: Tatertots & Jello
4. Modern Design
Want to decorate for Christmas, but your style is not traditional? You can take standard Christmas decor like a wreath and put your own modern twist on it. Go with colors like pink and blue, and combine them with traditional colors to create a festive look that is fun and contemporary.
Find more modern design inspiration on Tatertots & Jello.
source: Liz Marie Blog
5. Cozy & Relaxed
When I think of sitting on my front porch, I get a feeling of relaxation. I love breathing in the fresh air, feeling the breeze and enjoying the quiet that my home so often lacks. I tend to equate Christmastime with serenity too. It’s such a peaceful holiday, not just because of what it represents, but because of how it makes me feel. I can think of no better way to decorate a front porch for Christmas than in a way that is cozy and relaxing.
Find more ways to enjoy relaxing on your porch on the Liz Marie blog.
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6. Colorful & Busy
I think in many ways, the way we decorate our home is a reflection of our personality. People who are more outgoing tend to choose brighter colors and busier patterns, whereas people who are more reserved prefer mellow colors and prints. So if you’re the life of the party, I bet your front porch looks colorful and fun like this one! I would definitely stop and stare if I saw a front porch decked out like this.
Bring more color to your home by checking out the ideas on Serendipity Refined.