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28 Wonderful Christmas decorating ideas for magical outdoor spaces

Decorating your outdoor spaces for the holiday season is important, as this is the first space that welcomes your guests, so it should be decked out to impress. We have put together a collection of ideas for you to help you get started with your outdoor holiday decorating. We have a variety of ideas in different styles, with plenty of DIY for some holiday fun. These fresh and magical outdoor decorating ideas will help to make your home feel merry and bright… Readers, please let us know which one of these outdoor Christmas decorating ideas most inspired you and why in the Comments below!

1. Dreamy Front Porch. The fresh dusting of now, a pre-lit mini tree and beautiful 25-foot long fresh garland (Costco) makes this front porch extra Christmasy. How fantastic are those shutters on either side of the door? They are a DIY, 1×8 pine boards stained in Minwax’s Special Walnut. (via @)

2. Rustic Christmas Porch. The JOY sign on the door has a wreath attached to it and hung from a wreath hanger. The holiday-inspired door mat was found at Target. The galvanized buckets are from , filled with Christmas trees and birch logs. An old wagon is filled with vintage buckets, greenery and a vintage sled. (via )

3. Christmas On The Front Porch. A vintage Greyhound wagon is filled with seasonal decor, including mini trees, logs, greenery and berries. A galvanized milk can is also filled with greenery and berries. An old door is layered behind the wagon, decorated with a wreath. (via )

4. Outdoor Christmas Tree. The flocked tree with berries and pine cones is from Hobby Lobby. A galvanized bucket is brimming with pines cones adorned with white paint and glitter, berries and logs. (via )

5. Farmhouse Decorated Porch. The theme of this outdoor decor is neutral tones with pops of red and plaid. Adorning the porch is a black metal/wicker sleigh and antique sled from a flea market. A galvanized mistletoe bucket, a door mat from Target and a flocked tree from Walmart. Another galvanized bucket is filled with birch logs. (via )

6. Country Cottage Decor. A trio of simple outdoor trees adorned with twinkle lights adds an elegant touch to this outdoor space. (via)

7. Boxwood Garland. Warm incandescent lights twinkle within the rich green foliage of the faux boxwood garland that frames the doorway. (via )

8. O Christmas Tree. Set out a fresh tree in a basket along with a lantern to add some holiday sparkle to your front door. (via )

9. Natural Elements. A beautiful home in England features an inviting front porch adorned with baskets of greenery, garland and a wreath. (via )

10. Black & Green Palette. Fresh greenery can add a simple touch of holiday spirit to your outdoors. (via )

11. Front Porch Decor. Gorgeous plaid wired ribbon has been used in the garland above the front door and in the Christmas tree. Vintage skis add the perfect touch, as do the pops of red in the cable knit pillows on the white rocking chairs. (via )

12. Traditional Christmas Decor. Deck your front door in traditional red and green. Decorate with poinsettia, wreaths, garland, red ribbon and trees. (via )

13. Holly Jolly Porch. This porch is brimming with festive decor, with an abundance of garland and smaller details such as a vintage sled and a basket full of firewood. A chalkboard sign spells out a seasons greetings. (via )

14. Festive & Frugal Porch Decor. Add some simple seasonal touches to spruce up your door. Instead of a traditional wreath, a fresh pine bunch adorns the front door — along with a plaid scarf and a string of bells. In front of the door is a holiday-inspired door mat from Hobby Lobby. Flanking the door, are olive buckets filled with fresh pine trees. (via )

15. Festive Front Porch. A cozy sitting area features holiday-inspired pillows, a galvanized bucket with greenery and outdoor ornaments and a yardstick star.(via )

16. Au Naturel Theme. If you have a pair of rain boots, winter boots or ice skates, they will help to create this festive decor. Fill them with some seasonal greenery, perhaps some berries for color. A wood crate is filled with pine cones for a rustic touch. (via )

17. Farmhouse Holiday Decor. This Christmas porch offers farmhouse charm with pops of color. A rustic sign conveys the theme, “All is Well”, inspired by a Christmas song. Buffalo check pillows adds holiday cheer, while fresh cedar garland adds a natural touch. (via / Yellow Prairie Interior Design)

18. Red & Green Holiday Porch. On the pew, cozy buffalo check pillows compliment a snowflake pillow. Old farm buckets are filled with arborvitae bushes from Home Depot. A vintage rake was set behind the chalkboard holiday sign (@) to drape the garland and lights. Wreaths were added to the shutters, while an old picnic basket full of greens is set under the pew. (via )

19. DIY Galvanized Steel Tub. A galvanized tub is filled with a real Christmas tree and decorated with lights. This is a great idea if you want to skip putting lights on the roof. The nostalgic sled makes the perfect prop, while a “Merry Christmas” sign greets guests. (via )

20. Rustic Farmhouse Style. Wood planter boxes flank the front door, filled with small trees (this can be changed out with the seasons). Lanterns adorn the steps for ambiance, while a galvanized bucket is filled with fresh greens and pine cones. (via )

21. Home Sweet Home. There are plenty of rustic touches on this front porch, including the Christmas wall art, wooden barrel filled with greenery and berries and old wooden sled. (via / The Olde Weeping Cedar)

22. Farmhouse Christmas Front Porch. Two entryway trees flank a beautiful black painted front door. A mix of modern and rustic, the porch has touches of red and natural elements. The pre-lit garland and wreath along with the lanterns adds an inviting ambiance. (via )

23. Vintage Wagon Decor. Seasonal decor fills a vintage wagon. A tree is set in a 5 gallon Red Wing crock, illuminated at night, while a vintage watering can filled with faux branches of berries. A vintage enamel ware pan holds vintage garden tools and snowball ornaments. ()

24. Front Porch Dining. The plaid scarves adorning the chairs are from Target, along with a mini chalkboard sign and reindeer ribbon from Michaels. Candy canes were used on the reverse side of the chair to secure the chalk board. This would also be a great idea for your dining room as holiday name tags! A burlap table-cloth adds a rustic touch. (via )

25. Elegant Boxwood Garland. Framing the front door of this beautiful home is pre-lit boxwood garland, adding a touch of holiday elegance. Over-sized lanterns and ornaments adds an inviting touch. (via )

26. DIY Vintage Sled. Vintage sleds add the perfect touch to outdoor holiday decor and this $10 DIY will fit perfectly into any budget. Add a galvanized bucket filled with greenery and wrapped presents for an even more festive display! (via )

27. Christmas Front Porch. A black front door is adorned with festive greenery, from wreaths to garland. The garland is faux with several pieces of real greenery attached to it. The same is done to the faux wreaths. (via )

28. JOY Outdoor Wreath Sign. This adorable DIY will add the perfect touch to your front porch. An old piano cover was used to craft this sign (a large piece of wood could also work). A coat hook in the center was used to secure the wreath. The letters are DIY, however you can find them in craft stores. (via )

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