17 Chic Outdoor Christmas Decorations
If you're looking for thoughtful pieces that make your front door, porch, yard and more feel chic this inspirational list is for you.
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Snow Flocked Pathway Christmas Trees
Add a classy touch to your pathway with these snow-flocked trees adorned with artificial pine cones and berries. Each 2-ft. tree is decorated with 30 pre-programmed, LED soft-white lightbulbs. Take a look at these alternative Christmas trees.
Solar Garden or Path Christmas Lights
Light up your front door or landscape with solar-powered Christmas lights. This one features a metal stake that’s decorated with faux berries, pine boughs, bright poinsettia flowers, LED balls and copper string lights. Next, check out vintage Christmas decoration ideas that will get you into the holiday spirit.
Flanked Pathway with Topiaries and Lanterns
Keep it classy with your outdoor Christmas decorations by flanking your pathway with lighted topiaries in soft, white pots. Lead the eye up to the front door with a matching garland and wreath. We also love the warm addition of white lanterns.
All White Everything
Embrace the snowy scene outdoors with more white! And, if you live in a warmer climate, the white decor will make for a festive, chic pop on your porch. Adding in a touch of pale pink is right on trend.
Eco Chic Arch
One thing that can make outdoor Christmas decor tacky is too much plastic. That’s why we like this handsome, natural front door arch. It’s made with a bundle of branches, white, gold and silver ornaments and fairy lights. You can also added spray-painted mums at the door. Take a look at these homemade ornaments.
Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you can’t add decor to your garden. Grab an old, wooden chair and spruce it up alongside some shrubbery. You can adorn the chair with a Christmas wreath, a tray holding silver ornaments and warm fairy lights. Create a bundle of tiny pine branches, wrap them with twine and gather some pine cones. Place them in a silver jar on the tray. If you’re not one for as many frills, check out our list of minimalist holiday decorating ideas.
Pre-Lit Deer Set
Skip the inflatable Santa scene and keep your outdoor Christmas decorations simple and chic with this pre-lit deer set. The golden duo is accented with festive red bows and features 105 bright bulbs.
We love to see giant snowflake lights in warmer climates! These 3D flashing snow lights create a welcoming, wintery scene. They work well as pathway lights or hung above an alfresco entertainment space or dining table. Here’s everything you need to know about LED Christmas lights.
Jumbo Yard Ornaments
Can you be bold and tasteful at the same time? Absolutely! These Christmas decorations are a splurge, but you will be able to decorate with them for years and years to come. With a simple backdrop of snow-flocked greenery, these jumbo red Christmas ornaments feel festive. On a smaller scale, here are some Christmas ornaments for foodies.
3D Foldable Lighted Spheres
For a minimalistic look, consider these 3D lighted spheres. The hollow design promotes a less-is-more vibe, while the lights add a touch of holiday spirit. Place these spheres on your front lawn or hang in a tree using the affixed metal top loops. For some more sphere ideas, this disco Christmas decor offers another sparkly look.
Vintage decor is effortlessly stylish, so incorporate it into outdoor Christmas decorations. This vintage Christmas tree sign perched atop a wooden crate filled with pine branches and old ice skates is a quaint porch decoration we can get behind.
Toy soldiers are holiday classics and they look right at home near these beautiful topiaries. We also love the way the garland is draped above the door. Take a look at these DIY Christmas decorations that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
Apartment dwellers or those with second-story balconies, take note! This quintessential holiday combination of pine garland, white lights and red ornaments and bells never goes out of style. Here’s the best Christmas lights to buy according to our Test Kitchen.
Double Christmas Garland
Dress up the entrance of your home with a gorgeous garland display. Drape a thinner garland over your front door, then add a thicker, larger one from the roof boards. Looking for one-of-a-kind ideas? Here’s a surprising reason why you should put your Christmas decorations up early.
Front Door with Ice Skates
Your front door holiday decor says a lot about what’s behind it. Welcome guests to your home with a front door swag made of pine boughs and ice skates. Be sure to cover the blades with tape or nice-looking skate guards so the blades don’t scratch your door or your guests.
Decorated Window Planter Box
A great addition to your outdoor Christmas decor is planter box embellishment. Tuck in pine boughs, dried magnolia leaves and coordinating ornaments for a festive display.
Pre-Lit Arrow-Tip Mailbox Garland
Give your mailbox some holiday cheer with this perfectly sized swag. Your letter carrier will appreciate the effort as they fill up your box with festive cards. Watching your budget? Check out these holiday gifts that won’t break the bank.
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