source: Celebrating Everyday Life
7. Hot Cocoa Bar
Ok, if ever there was a genius idea, this is it. Want to bring your neighborhood together? Set up a hot cocoa bar on your front porch. Not only is it a way to learn more about the people in your community and others who visit, it’s also seriously adorable and creative. You could even convert it to a lemonade stand in the summer!
Get more creative ideas for the holidays at Celebrating Everyday Life.
8. Traditional Colors
Traditions are traditions for a reason. They’ll never go out of style and can go on for as long as we let them. Red and green, for example, are traditional Christmas colors. When you pair the two together, you can’t help but think of the holiday. Decorating your front porch in red and green is a classic way to celebrate Christmas.
HGTV has tons of other traditional Christmas decorating ideas.
source: Southern Seazons
9. Outside Family Room
A bench and a blanket are two must-haves for a front porch with enough room to create a sitting area. I love the idea of re-creating your family room on your front porch; of bringing the indoors outside. Add a decorative throw pillow, wreath and a couple miniature Christmas trees to the layout, and you’ve got the perfect little spot to enjoy a cup of hot cocoa while you wait for Santa.
There are more ideas on holiday decorating at Southern Seazons.
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