Outdoor Winter Decorating Trends 2021

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Decorating your outdoor space for Christmas is just as important as decorating your indoor space. The entranceway can look absolutely stunning with greenery and lighting. Adding spruce to an entranceway like a garland is a great way to add greenery into a scene and is a pretty common garland option. You typically see holiday garland with spruce leaves or holly berries, but leaving it in its natural look or adding warm lighting after Christmas, will give you a warm inviting look thru the long winter months.  

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Adding a winter plant arrangement outside your house that incorporates all the best elements of the holidays is nice to see even after Christmas. Something fun and festive for the planters on your porch for the holidays that will last long past Christmas, so it will be able to stay on the porch throughout the rest of winter. Depending where you live, there may not be a lot of prettiness happening in mid-January, so it's sort of nice to pull in the driveway and not have a cold, empty, bleak looking porch staring you in the face. Wood and green elements make a house front look absolutely gorgeous and holiday-ready without having to add so many typical holiday elements such as tinsel, cartoon Christmas characters or a lot of lights. It’s gorgeous in its simplicity and is a look that is easily achievable. And who says you have to plant something in a pot? A watering can full of holly and winterberry is GORGEOUS! Using planters you previously have from Spring and Summer for your Christmas planter makes this a quick and economically easy option for decorating your back deck or porch.

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Put a designer spin on your Christmas curb appeal with these Outdoor Pre-Lit Natural Bark Alpine and Snowy Lighted Trees. Made durably for the harsh exterior weather, place these in a grouping for a decorative, woodsy feeling in any area. By bringing the beauty of natural birch trees grouped together, it will create a wonderful wintry scene. Enjoy the elegance it will add, as well as all of the compliments it will garner throughout the season. Incorporating these types of outdoor trees into a holiday or everyday rustic décor will increase the beauty on your patio without giving off the "Christmas" vibe. The perfect addition to any holiday decor, this beautiful tree comes prelit with Dura-lit LED lights, utilizing microchips in each Socket so Bulbs stay lit even when some bulbs are broken or missing, and Incorporating Energy Efficiency with Durable LED Lighting. 

How will you be refreshing your outdoor seating areas this winter? If you're looking for an update without switching out or adding a lot of things, you can easily switch out the style of your patio furniture with outdoor pillows that match your winter look.  All-weather outdoor blankets and outdoor pillows will bring a touch of the indoors to the outdoors, pulling your home together. Adding an outdoor blanket and a few pillows will add warmth and color to your patio all thru the winter season. Our most durable outdoor blankets are our Allison. This throw blanket is made of recycled plastic bottles and is both indoor and outdoor safe. Foreside's textiles are hand-loomed by Indian artisans using techniques passed down through generations. In addition to contributing to this sustainability effort, these textiles are also just as comfortable and cozy as they are durable.

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The holidays are just around the corner— and you’ll be decking the halls with Christmas decorations before you know it. While wreaths, stockings, and your classic well-appointed pine tree are de rigueur this time of year, your decorations can always use a refresh. (After all, nothing will cramp your style like mini Santas or Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer everywhere.) Admittedly, Christmas decorations can feel a little constricting, as if straying from the red-and-green color palette will land you on the naughty list. But as it turns out, Christmas decor is changing and it has a style for everyone! Say goodbye to the odd looks from your neighbors for keeping your home decorated after January. With these new styles, you can have your porch looking warm and inviting thru Spring!