Christmas on the Front Porch


 For some reason this year I am totally drawn to black and red, in particular the cabin plaid of a throw I found over at Walmart last week. So to decorate my front porch for Christmas I decided to move the white wicker love seat (a roadside find no less) which usually lives on the back porch, to the white sided wall on the front porch. Then I just added my new throw with a few other black and red items from around the house. 



The wool gloves were borrowed from my entry. I did this when I decided to use its matching scarf to wrap the skis together. Oh and the skis...solid wood with bamboo poles...vintage yard sale find from last spring for only $15. To read more about them just click here.


Vintage post card included!


 Around the front door is fresh garland purchased from a local farmer's market. 


The door received a bouquet of fresh greens mixed with faux berries and a big red bow.



The Coke box was a find last winter when visiting with some college friends. We went to a fabulous thrift store which was a actually a barn filled with all sorts of treasures!!! I loaded my box with pine cones and silver Christmas balls along with a little faux tree.



Another wicker piece works well as a stand for my little lighted tree.


Here's hoping for a little more snow!

Have a wonderful weekend!

XO
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23 comments:

  1. Your porch is just beautiful! Merry Christmas, Barbara!! xoxo, Andrea

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  2. Barbara, I love it. That throw is just what I've been looking for. I hate living so far away from good shopping!!!!. It looks really pretty. I really like the red and black mixed in with the natural greens of Christmas..Merry Christmas..Judy

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  3. Your porch is so festive and inviting! I want to come sit and enjoy the holidays on it. :) Have a Merry Christmas!

    ~Trisha

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  4. Now THAT is a porch decorated for Christmas! I LOVE it, Barbara. It has all the elements-plaid and red and a bit of nostalgia with the Coke crate and HOLLY! Love the holly! Great job, Barbara! xo Diana

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  5. This is just stunning!
    I love the homey, red/black and all the fresh greens!
    Well done!
    Cindy

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  6. Your porch looks so inviting, I almost want to come over and cuddle with your new throw.

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  7. So festive, looks like a Holiday Card Photo. Beautiful.

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  8. Sooo pretty! Everything looks so warm and inviting, and I love the skis and greenery.
    Wishing you a happy and joyous holiday season.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  9. Wow, your porch is postcard perfect! Everything is so welcoming and festive!! We just got home and rushed to get our decor up tonight. I snapped a quick pic of the mantel and got a post up in record time...lol! Hope you can stop by! Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family, my friend! God bless!

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  10. Absolutely Beautiful Barbara!! I love that first shot!
    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  11. Barbara,
    All the red elements on your porch are beautiful! I especially love the Coke crate and the plaid throw.
    Sue

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  12. Such a pretty porch! I love the red and black plaid with the white furniture and greenery - very festive! Merry Christmas!

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  13. Your porch looks lovely and so festive.
    Merry Christmas and the best for the new year.
    Denise

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  14. Barbara,
    Your porch all decked out for Christmas is stunning, dear one!!!
    I love the Traditional holly & ivy swag with the Tartan plaid bow!!!
    The gloves are such an adorable accessory!
    Merry Christmas!!!
    Fondly,
    Pat

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  15. Just beautiful! Love the items you chose to use on your porch! So festive!

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  16. So many beautiful details! I think I would forget to knock on your door - I would be too busy looking at everything on your porch for so long!! The skis were a deal, the coke crate with the tree is adorable, and the gloves are precious!! Love it!

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  17. What a very pretty porch! I am a red addict so I cannot look away! :) Happy New Year!

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  18. I feel right at home here on your front porch! I'll be sharing it at Be Inspired tomorrow. thanks so much for joining in!

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  19. Wow! You did a beautiful job on your porch decorations. Very inviting. I invite you to check out my FB page at https://www.facebook.com/irisabbeyfurniture . Happy New Year, Ann Marie @ Iris Abbey.

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  20. Featuring you and your gorgeous porch at Knick of Time Tuesday tonight - thanks for sharing at the party!

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  21. That is just a stunning front porch, so inviting, just perfectly done! (Visiting from Knick of Time.)

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  22. Beautiful porch! I see some ideas I want to try this year. Thanks for sharing at the Holiday Decorating Party. Sheila

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