6 Country Christmas Outdoor Decor
Create a festive façade with natural arrangements.
A symmetrical display in red and white is classic and festive.
Cast-iron urns are polished foils for sculptural arrangments of manzanita branches ornamented with clusters or red berries. Dogwood, sumac and moss nestled at the base create a lush composition.
Gussy up existing foliage with sprigs of bright berries to create an enchanting entrance.
A hibernating clematis becomes an eye-catching garland with rosehips and faux berries tucked into its tangled vines. This low-maintenance arrangement gets even prettier after a snowfall.
Don’t put your summer furniture into storage — wicker chairs add charm year round.
A wool blanket thrown onto wicker chairs is a welcoming and homey touch, perfect for enjoying the dreamy winter landscape with a hot cup of cocoa.
This low-key wreath can be left up all winter.
Though oft overlooked, second-storey windows can be trimmed, too, giving exteriors a pretty symmetry and evoking picture-perfect Christmas card images. Attached are smaller red dogwood wreaths, dressed up with platinum bows, to the central sash on the window for a balanced look.
Don’t forget to decorate your shed.
Hanging two wreaths, instead of one, gives this tiny shed a fairy-tale feel. Ornaments strung along the charming white fence up the festive ante, and since these ones are fashioned from faux rosehip and evergreen, they’ll hold up beautifully all season.
See more festive exterior decorating ideas in our Outdoor Holiday Decorations photo gallery. Plus, see more of this home’s outdoor decorations, and learn tips for decorating a door with small wreaths and crafting a DIY boxwood wreath.
An off-centre bow offers a relaxed look.
Thin, bushy branches were gathered to create this casual holiday wreath. Adorned with nothing more than a simple platinum bow, this natural wintertime decor offers a quaint look, perfect for a country home’s façade.