simple front door decor to welcome the winter season & Christmas time

As much as I love visiting the pumpkin patch and finding pumpkins for Thanksgiving and Halloween, come November I am SO ready to swap them out for evergreen foliage. As such, I love to subtly welcome the winter & Christmas season by hanging a simple wreath on my front door.

As per trial and error, from years of Christmas preparations past, November has become my month for all things pre-Christmas. In between shopping and planning, I make sure to carve out some time to add a touch of winter decor and pre-Christmas cheer.

Once I have removed all of the fall decor in my home, I bring out my boxes marked “pre-December”. In these boxes I will find my basic winter decor, such as candles and front door wreath.

To savour the holidays for as long as I can, I make myself wait until December to bring out my true Christmas decor. For example, I will put up my mini tree in November, but will wait for December to decorate it. Similarly, I may also bring out my white Fraser Fir candles in November, but will put my candy cane ones out in December.

Whether you are prepping or diving right into the festivities, I’ve gathered a handful of front door inspiration to welcome the most wonderful time of the year that is upon us!

For further Christmas decor ideas, beyond the front door, visit my indoor wreath and little tree roundups. You can also visit my winter board for even more holiday ideas.


while the above photos have not been taken by me, they have been linked to their source through Pinterest 


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  1. […] The options are practically endless and because they do not take up a lot of room, you can easily have multiples throughout your home. That’s not even including the front entrance! […]

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