A Farmhouse Christmas Porch and Entry

Well, its finally the true Christmas season, and boy oh boy its already been a crazy few days!  And I know they are only going to get more crazy.  Over the next week I will be participating in quite a few home tours, and today is the start!  Today I am joining some very talented bloggers for a room by room home tour created by my friend Kristi at Chatfield Court.  And I am kicking it off!  I am starting it off with my farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.  If you are stopping by from Artsy Chicks Rule, I am so glad toy are here!

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

(Make sure to scroll to the end and check out the other bloggers tours!)

If you follow me on Instagram, you may have been seeing sneak peeks of what I have been doing on my front porch, and even got to create a winter woodland porch for Home Depot a few weeks ago.  I changed things up and simplified the entire space.  I am really drawn to the simple Christmas touches this year.

Welcome to my Farmhouse for Christmas

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

 

I have been really drawn to simple Christmas trees this year and really wanted them to be the focal point of my porch.  I dotted them here and there.

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

Keeping things simple can actually be really hard at Christmastime.  I find myself going simple, but then also wanting to go all out…like all out!  But then when I do, I am not happy with it, and I end up scaling down again.  I must be so fun to live with!

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

I found that adding my vintage washtub, along with an old crate with pillows and my DIY wooden sled is all I needed. 

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.I added some Christmas trees , stacked wood for the fireplace, and a live Christmas wreath on the door.   I made that wreath all myself.  It was surprisingly easier to do than I thought it would be!

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

Heading inside, I have kept with the simple farmhouse Christmas decor.

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

I actually moved away from the traditional reds and greens and used a simple grainsack fabric pillow in blue from Farmhouse on Boone as my “color”.    

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

Last week, I posted about how I made this easy peg coat and hat rack, and wouldn’t you know its the perfect place to “hang stockings with care: as well.

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

I made these simple stockings out of muslin.  They are simple, imperfect and I love them.

Create beautiful farmhouse Christmas entry decor with a vintage church pew, simple white Christmas stockings, a boxwood wreath, grainsack pillows, and a fresh blue spruce Christmas tree.

I rounded out my stockings by adding a simple boxwood wreath, you can see how I made it HERE.

Create beautiful farmhouse Christmas entry decor with a vintage church pew, simple white Christmas stockings, a boxwood wreath, grainsack pillows, and a fresh blue spruce Christmas tree.

I centered everything in my entry around this gorgeous vintage church pew.  

Fresh blue spruce trees, simple natural farmhouse Christmas decor, are all you need to create a beautiful farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.

Whats your favorite feature?  I am kind of obsessed with my super easy muslin stockings.  They are the perfect farmhouse Christmas decor accent.    

Are you excited to decorate for the holidays?  Have you already started?  We you done weeks ago?  I’d love to hear!  I feel like I have been decorating my home for weeks, but havn’t really finished anything!  Well, I better get my behind in gear so that I will have more to show you throughout the next week!  Make sure to check back!

I hope you enjoyed taking a tour of my farmhouse Christmas porch and entry.  I am getting so excited for the Christmas season!  

Now, go check out the other amazing bloggers in this Christmas home tour blog hop and see all the other amazing rooms being featured.  Hop over to Exquisitely Unremarkable now and check out her family room.

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Thanks so much for stopping by!

Check out these other Christmas posts:

40 Farmhouse Christmas Decor Ideas for Your Home

 

Make Simple Farmhouse Style Christmas Stockings

 

Farmhouse Christmas Home Tour Part 1

 

 

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16 Comments

  1. Your porch looks lovely, Sara. What a fun space to decorate! I do the same thing…all out decorating, then I undecorate and go simple. Keeps my husband on his toes. ???? Ho Ho Ho!

  2. Your porch and entry are gorgeous! I love the neutrals mixed with the greenery. And that vintage washtub has me swooning!

  3. Your spaces are so pretty and elegant Sara. Love all the simple touches with the trees on the front porch and the handmade stockings in your entry. So lovely.

  4. I love the neutrals mixed with the green trees. Looks so welcoming for the holidays. I hope it’s ok that I’ve included this in a front door round-up with a link back.

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