How to Style Your Front Door for Christmas in 5 Easy Steps

Christmas is the most wonderful time of year. It’s a time to be with family and friends, to go caroling, to spend quality time snuggling up on the couch watching Christmas movies. But it can also feel like an overwhelming amount of pressure. What are you going to do for your house? What kind of Christmas decorations and swag are you going to use? Will you be using a real Christmas tree or a fake one? Don't worry! Here are five easy DIY steps that will have your home decked out in festive cheer for this holiday season in no time at all!

Step One: Buy a Fresh Christmas Wreath

You can’t have Christmas without the quintessential front door wreath. Luckily, many lower-quality unlit or pre-lit Christmas wreaths are available to purchase at your local hardware stores or online on Amazon! You could find one that matches your home decor and leaves room for you to customize it by adding ball ornaments, pinecones, Christmas garland, and tinsel. Of course, when shopping with us here at Lynch Creek Farm, you will find a much higher quality product. We make the freshest and fullest live Christmas wreaths available. We make it simple and easy to find what you need for the holidays.

Step Two: Hang the Wreath on Your Front Door

There’s nothing like a glowing, beautiful wreath with warm white LED lights to welcome guests into your home for the holidays! Don't forget to make sure it's facing neighbors and visitors so everyone can see how fabulous you are at Christmas decorating. The most secure way to display your wreath is by using a wreath hanger that you can purchase here on our website, or some folks like to make their own at home using pvc. How interesting! We think our selection of hangers are easier to use and prettier!

If you don't have a front door, fear not! You can also hang the wreath on your front window for a cute touch that says Merry Christmas!

Step Three: Add Some Lights to your Wreath

Do you want to take it one step further and add some festive sparkle? Then go ahead and add some lights to your holiday wreath. We have a wonderful selection of holiday LED wreath lights to choose from. You can even add matching door decorations, small Christmas ornaments, greenery, and red berries. Or even add some snowflakes, poinsettias, and a snowman, and make it a winter wreath!

Step Four: Decorate the Empty Spaces!

You have gorgeous holiday decor and a lit-up fresh or artificial Christmas wreath on your door...but you’re not done yet! Add some fresh Cedar Garland around the doorway, some fresh evergreen sprays or swags, and top it off with an adorable bow for good measure.

It's also fun to accent with different plants and flowers like eucalyptus, grapevines, and hydrangeas to fill up empty spaces usually ignored. Making these spaces pop will really increase the appeal of your home.

Step Five: Add The Finishing Touches

It’s okay to go all out as long as you do it with style. Maybe add some tinsel around your window panes, or put up a few extra lights on the exterior of your home for good measure! Everyone will love seeing how much time and effort you spent putting together your home for the holidays. Just remember it all starts with the red berry wreath, pinecone wreath, ornament wreath, magnolia wreath, or whatever type you choose for your Christmas door.

And voila! You have yourself a festive front door that everyone will be talking about. Now you are ready to have the absolute best Christmas, so good you will want to have it up year-round!