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How to Turn Your Front Porch Into the North Pole

Turn your front porch into a rustic replica of Santa's workshop with these adorable decorating ideas the whole family will love.

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Here Comes Santa Claus

This traditional front porch was given a holiday reboot with potted evergreen trees, globe lights, cozy seating and kid-friendly "North Pole" decor. We've got 16 ways to steal the look for your own home.

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Winter Front Porch
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Set the Scene

Since the holidays are all about entertaining friends and family, set the scene on your front porch with weather-resistant furnishings. From the bean bag chairs to the rich, wooden bar cart, all of these pieces are easy to move around and can be easily stored out of sight in the winter months.

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Window Layers

Elaborate window decor is dreamy but can take a lot of time to set up. Keep it simple with a long strand of garland draped from the top of your windows along with a bare wreath in the center. Light it up with a strand of frosted globe lights tacked up around the outside edge of the window trim.

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Wrap the Columns

Skip the string lights and stick with a simple garland complete with natural embellishments like pinecones and berries.

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