01 of 07
Beautiful and Unique Christmas Door Decor
Traditional Christmas wreaths are very pretty, as well as timeless; they never go out of style. But in this Pinterest day and age, creative bloggers are coming up with all sorts of inspiring think-outside-the-box ideas for decorating your front door that go beyond the basic wreath. If you would like to forego tradition and welcome guests with something other than a wreath this holiday season, try one of these six clever ideas.Continue to 2 of 7 below.
02 of 07
Hang a Sled
How about hanging an old sled right on the door? A vintage one adds extra charm to this lodge look, especially when adorned with ribbon or perhaps a strip of sleigh bells. A vintage sled is a great thing to look for at a flea market or yard sale. You don't have to worry too much about the condition you find it in, either, since a little patina only adds to the appeal.Continue to 3 of 7 below.
03 of 07
Unfinished wooden or paper mache letters from the craft store can be turned into door decor that sends a message.
This project was inspired by Garnet Hill, covering oversized craft letters expertly in sheet moss, creating an eye-catching, vertical door hanging that spreads JOY.Continue to 4 of 7 below.
04 of 07
Cozy up your front door with a pair of mittens filled with Christmas greenery, pinecones and white branches like these. Door decor like this says "cozy" all winter long.Continue to 5 of 7 below.
05 of 07
Nothing says a Currier & Ives Christmas like a pair of ice skates hanging on the front door. To make them look pretty, fill the boots with greenery and holly berries and top everything with a bow, similar to the way Creatively Southern did. This idea even looks great long after the holidays are over.Continue to 6 of 7 below.
06 of 07
Here's a popular idea on Pinterest you may have missed. Find an old empty picture frame, spray paint it a festive color, and hang a bouquet of colorful bulbs from long ribbons inside of it. It's Overflowing gives you the step-by-step for creating this fun and inexpensive alternative to a wreath.
Framed Ornaments Front Door Wreath from It's OverflowingContinue to 7 of 7 below.
07 of 07
Stars are one of the symbols of the season, to be sure, so why not use them on your front door in place of a wreath? This creative blogger from Sweden combined the beauty of Christmas greenery by fashioning it into a spruce star instead of a wreath. Try an even simpler version by gathering straight twigs and binding them into a star shape.