The snowstorm has official landed here in NC. I luckily was able to get up all of the garland and our fresh Christmas trees from a local tree farm. I decided to keep this year’s Christmas porch simple. Normally I go over the top but I really want to be simple and cozy this year.
I decided on a fresh Cedar wreath for the front door, to add the bright color to our front door. Our garland is a mixture of faux and fresh white pine. I wanted to at that Christmas pop, which leads to the bright red bowls to make that Christmas feel.
As many of you know, I love my vintage finds and when I walked into my favorite antique store in town and saw this old crock for a steal I could not pass that offer up. I wanted a simple pot for my fresh cut Christmas tree but I was still puzzled on what I was going to use for my display but, when I got my crock, I thought this is going to be perfect for my Christmas tree.
Creating a front porch that can transfer into just a winter porch from Christmas can be tricky. All of these can be created on a budget. Fresh winter greens, you can just outside and then shop locally to support the local tree farmer. Money doesn’t have to be spent a ton and a ton just to create a look. Simple and cozy is never too more or too less, if work! Thank you all for your support and time to read my blog. Happy Monday!