Looking at ALL our neighborhood outdoor decorations is one of my absolute favorite things about this time of year. They’re gorgeous to look at and I love the fact that we’re decorating for our communities to enjoy. While ours doesn’t include a laser light show, I’m super happy with the way our front door holiday decor design came to life this year.
It’s also worth noting that you don’t need a house or a yard to get into the spirit of things. Simply focusing on the front door makes a big festive statement, one that I really love to see in apartments, schools, or any place neighbors or community members walk by. A few well-placed holiday greens, some sparkling lights, and a beautiful wreath are all you need to make a big impact.
Click here to watch me assemble this year’s front door holiday moment.
Here are the products I used for my front door holiday decor display. What I love about sourcing holiday decor from Terrain is that it’s classic and high-quality (meaning it will stay out of the landfill for decades to come!) AND you can style things differently year after year.
Stargazer Jingle Bell Twine Lights
I love the sound this garland makes. Plus, adding twinkling lights to the gorgeous brass garland makes such a beautiful addition to a number of different applications for your holiday setup.
Faux Cedar Garland, Evergreen
$68 – $98
This is my favorite garland to use when you want something super green! It pops against our black doors and was super easy to style. It’s high-quality as well, with no shedding!
Faux Cedar Wreath
I went with matching wreaths for a cohesive look. Other wreaths I tried blended into our dark door. These wreaths look amazing!
Aged Iron Bow
Last year, this was our tree topper. I’m obsessed with how it looks used as a focal point for our front door. Plus, it hides the nail where the two ends of each garland are hooked.
Stargazer Lightorb, Large and Small
I used two of these lights on either side of our planters. These throw so much light and have a battery pack that can be set to a timer. They look so great in the snow, and I love how it’s a totally different way to bring twinkly lights into our front stoop without having to hang anything.
Slim Brass + Glass Lantern
I found our lanterns at a craft store and paired them with outdoor LED candles. I love how it ties in with the Jingle Bell Stargazers and bow accents. They really pop from the street.
Dried Sliced Oranges
This year, I hung some of these from the center of the wreaths instead of bows. I LOVE how it turned out.
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