Dallas Moreno

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December 17th, 2018

A Merry & Bright Christmas Front Porch

Can you believe it’s almost Christmas here in Mill Creek?! We’ve had a blast doing some shopping at the Mill Creek Towncenter and have even already had our company party and gift exchange. This season just seems to be flying by, and I’m not sure I am ready for it to end!

This year Lyndsay jumped into the Christmas spirit a little early, decorating her front porch BEFORE Thanksgiving. Normally this is against all rules in my book, but after seeing what she created, I was immediately on the hunt for decor to do the same thing! I caught the fever and by the looks of my social media, so had every one else!

Peek the look she designed this year below.  [Insert 1000 upcoming heart-eye emojis]

SIGNAGE & GARLANDS: Lyndsay always has a statement sign hanging at the stoop of her porch. This year she found a simple “Merry Christmas” sign at Michaels and hung her snowflake lights from Home Depot in front of it to give it a festive glow. The garlands, holly, wreaths, and large pinecones came locally, from Flower World in Maltby, but you can often find them anywhere from Costco to local grocery stores.

KEEPIN’ IT COZY: If you know Lyndsay, you know that comfy blankets and throw pillows are her staple to bringing ANY room to life. That obviously also applies to any of her front porch designs! The jute rug, plaid blanket, and black plaid pillows can all be found on Amazon! 

BE MERRY PORCH SIGNS: These were the brain child of Lyndsay & Tina. They spent so much time hand crafting these beautiful signs for our clients as Christmas gifts this year. And it just so happens, that it fit perfectly into her own porch design this year as well. 😉 

THE PUP: If you haven’t already met him on our social media—meet Remo. He just turned 1 this year and I’m unsure of how we JUST found out how photogenic he is! Lyndsay tied a cute plaid bow around his neck and told him to sit pretty in his dog bed for a couple shots—and voila! You can find Remo’s dog bed at Target.

RESTYLE & REUSE:Did you notice that some of these items were used in our Fall porch blog? Lyndsay reused many of her pieces from the past season to create this years look! It’s super simple to integrate neutral pieces like these from one season to another.

Here is the complete list of pieces used for our Christmas front porch! Feel free to shoot us an email if you see something you like that is not linked. 

FRONT PORCH DECOR

Dog bedJute Rugs | Christmas Throw Pillows | Black Plaid Throw Pillows | Garland, Holly, Pinecones | Snowflake Lights | Merry Christmas SignGalvanized Olive Buckets | Thick Plaid Ribbon | Red Lanterns | Galvanized Tin Houses | Plaid doormat

Check out Lyndsay’s Christmas porch from last year here.

Happy Holidays! What is a must-have for your outdoor decor this season?

Xo,

Dallas Moreno