30+ Beautiful Christmas Front Door Decoration Ideas

It’s Christmas time again. And do you know what makes this season of year even better? Christmas decorations!
Get every inch of your front door into the Christmas spirit, using traditional decor or something more creative and festive. We have some ideas to share with you.

What is the Christmas Door Decoration Called?

There are several ways to decorate your doors for the holidays. However, one of the most classic decorations is the traditional wreath. Wreaths can be made from a number of things; the most popular of which are the traditional green wreaths in the shape of a circle.

How do I Wrap my Door for Christmas?

If you’re looking to do something more whimsical with your front door décor, then I’d highly suggest you try wrapping your door like a present!

The best way to do this is to find some gift-wrapping paper that is wide enough to cover your door with a little space to tuck it into the edges.

Simply tape your gift wrap over the top of your door and through the top edge, roll it down and repeat for all the edges. Basically the main goal is to tape it enough so it doesn’t fall off the door and neatly enough so there aren’t any extra wrapping paper bits showing through the front or backside of your door.

How do you Decorate a Christmas Door Wreath?

There are multiple options on how to decorate a plain Christmas wreath. Kevin from Trees n Trends shows us how to easily decorate a plain wreath using decorative ribbons and ornaments.

30 Best Christmas Front Door Decorations

1. Foliage Door Frame

This door frame DIY is Fall inspired but can definitely be revamped for the holidays! Tie in some acorns, ferns, Christmas balls, ribbons and add in some artificial snow to create a built in archway.

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2. Candy Cane Wreath and Garland

Step into a candy filled winter wonderland that is every sweet tooth’s dream and start with your front door! This awesome wreath and garland duo is perfect for anyone who loves red, candies and Christmas!

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3. Vintage Sled Front Door Hanging

Ditch the traditional wreath and go for something borrowed and fun! This vintage sled hanging is perfect for letting everyone know you love the frost and you love the ice!

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4. Garnet Hill Inspired Moss “Joy” Letters

This hanging has the green elements from a traditional wreath without the traditional shape! Pick out different words that are close to you and get crafting!

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5. Star Wreath

One of the most recognizable Christmas symbols is the star. Hang up something green and welcoming in the shape of a star on your front door for something different but still slightly traditional.

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6. Plaid Christmas Sign

This adorable little plaid sign is perfect for hanging on your door. It’s perfectly rustic chic and would fit in nicely in a farmhouse setting.

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7. Snowman Monogram

Frosty is a popular Christmas décor addition. Most of the time though, he sits on the lawn. Take him closer to your home by stationing him on your front door with this chic monogram sign.

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8. Hanging Basket

It’s always a great idea to add in some fresh (or artificial) plants! Hang an arrangement on you door like this idea. If you’re looking to save a little bit, DIY it!

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9. DIY Giant Rustic Christmas Wreath

Simplicity is key but sometimes you just have to go BIG or go home. This easy to follow DIY gives you the best of both worlds with a simplistic wreath design that is gigantic in proportion.

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10. Dollar Store Snowflakes

Tying in the snowy elements that come with Christmas is always a great idea no matter where you are! This DIY is relatively easy, cheap and doable! Hang them over your door frame for a chilly entrance!

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11. Evergreen garland with red stocking

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12. Christmas wreath hanging on old door

13. A giant polka dots stocking

14. A wooden star

15. Snowflakes

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16. Decorate with garland and wreaths and two gold reindeer

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17. Fern garland

18. A frame with a snowman and ‘let it snow’ saying inside

19. A garland with colorful snowflakes

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20. Knitted garland and wreath

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21. White and red

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Conclusion

There are a number of creative and traditional ways to decorate your front door. One thing’s for sure though, the front door is an essential part of keeping the holiday spirit. So whether you choose to go the extravagant route or just do simple DIYs, find something close to your heart that will make your Christmas experience the best!

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