Colorful Front Door Christmas Decor — No matter the holiday, you can pretty much bet our holiday door decor will be colorful! This year I decorated on our front porch with a few custom Christmas door decorations…
While our pink front door makes quite the statement on it’s own, it’s also the perfect backdrop for an extra pop of color!
In this case, that comes in the form of a flocked outdoor Christmas garland, jumbo sisal trees, and life-size gold nutcrackers.
I mean, if this front door Christmas decor doesn’t say happy holiday season, then I don’t know what does!…
Colorful Front Door Christmas Decor Ideas
Admittedly, the double pink doors with Christmas wreaths makes me SO happy. I can’t even begin to tell you!
I originally planned to use wreath forms to make a custom front door wreath. Instead, I opted for the easier route and added colorful mini sisal trees to flocked wreaths from At Home.
Just place them in the branches of a flocked or green wreath with hot glue and fake “snow fluff” and you’ve got a custom door hanging! I love them SO much!
Rather than a big bow on each wreath, I tied an extra-long piece of red ribbon onto the bottom of each for an extra pop of color.
I got giant nutcrackers from At Home and spray painted then solid gold to match our sconces.
Since we’re doing an unconventional color scheme, I like that they feel classic in gold but can be mixed and matched. You could easily paint them to go with any of your holiday decor.
These giant light-up Christmas lights were a lucky find when I was out buying spray paint! They originally had dark green tops on them, but I primed them with shellac and spray painted the tops gold to match the nutcrackers.
They come with a hook for easy hanging on garland wreaths, and I just used a piece of colorful ribbon to complete the look.
By far my favorite part of our whole outdoor setup are the giant sisal trees! I almost fell over when I spotted them in Hobby Lobby!
They don’t have them listed online, but they only come in black and white with a black metal pole and base.
Jared actually cut the poles down so they could be staggered at different heights and we spray painted the white bristles in different colors.
Honestly, I wish I would’ve bought more for a massive spread of giant bottle brush Christmas trees, haha!
To tie in the colors of the jumbo sisal trees, we spray painted sets of shatterproof ornaments in matching colors for the garland.
We made a mixture of teal, yellow, pink, and red ornaments to stand out on the flocked garland.
Since there is ice, snow, or reason for ice skates in Houston, I added my own snow fluff.
I tucked it into the tops of the sisal trees, around the garland, and on the door wreaths for added texture.
Flocked Christmas wreaths
And because someone always asks, our front door color is “Pink Mimosa” by Behr!
As for our front door Christmas decor, I love that it gives a perfect holiday vibe without being your token Christmas color combination. What do you think?!
In case you’re looking for other Christmas decor ideas, here are few of my favorites —
- Outdoor Christmas door decorations
- DIY wooden Christmas trees
- Christmas cocktails in ornaments
- Sisal brush Christmas table centerpiece
- Pom pom Christmas tree
- Striped DIY advent calendar