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Christmas Front Porch with Vintage Red Wagon

Cozy Christmas Front Porch Ideas

white chair and red wagon with Christmas decor on front porch.
Do you have a porch or sunroom that you want to decorate for Christmas? If so, then you'll love today's post! I'm joining 14 other talented home bloggers and we're giving you our best ideas for outdoor space holiday decor. The tour is hosted by my friend Amy at AttaGirl Say and all of the links to everyone's ideas are at the bottom of this post. 


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Our porch looks similar to what I've done in past years, but I added a couple of new things. 


white wicker table, adirondack chairs, red radio flyer wagon with Christmas decor on front porch

I'm showcasing my vintage white wicker table by adding magnolia, holly, and nandina clippings. And I added a pretty wooden lantern with some red satin ribbon attached to it to anchor the branches. 

white wicker table with magnolia, nandina, and holly and wood lantern with red ribbon

There's a story behind this table. In our old house in Nashville, we had an elderly lady that lived across the stree and she had this table and a pretty wicker armchair on her front porch. I would see it every time I went to the mailbox or outside at all. 

wooden lantern and greenery on vintage white wicker table on porch

When she moved to an assisted living facility I told her grandaughter, who I actually went to school with, that I'd love to buy those pretty wicker items if they ever wanted to sell them. 

white wicker table with fresh magnolia leaves, holly, and nandina

Well, they had a big estate sale and I got those two items plus some beautiful alabaster lamps that I now have in our master bedroom. And I always think of Ms. Betty when I see them. Her father was a doctor back in the 1920's and travelled all over the globe. She had some very nice things. 

wooden lantern with fresh greenery and red satin ribbon

Back to the present, I wasn't sure what I was going to do for this year's porch decor and did all of this a bit impulsively. But I think it turned out pretty well.


Fortunately we have several bushes and trees in the yard that are perfect for clipping and using for Christmas decor. The wood lantern is from my shop, and I just added a bit of greenery, a battery operated candle, and a pretty satin ribbon.

white adirondack chairs and wicker table with vintage tobacco basket

Over near the center of the porch I have a vintage basket that I found at a local sale. It stays here all year. I added a faux wreath with red berries for a holiday look. 

white adirondack chair with plaid throw blanket

And on our white adirondack chairs I added plaid throw blanket, some wooden snowflakes, and my favorite little white enamel snow gear mugs

white adirondack chair with red plaid blanket for Christmas

The red plaid throw blanket is one I found a couple of years ago. I'm kind of addicted to plaid blankets at the holidays. You can see how I used them in several areas of our house this year here → Cozy Christmas Home Tour

vintage woven tobacco basket with Christmas wreath attached

A little church made from salvaged materials and a small stoneware tree add a bit of Christmas to the little accent table. 

vintage red radio flyer wagon with Christmas tree, vintage wooden snow shoes,  and decor

Next to the door I placed a small rustic Alpine Christmas tree in a vintage stoneware crock in my dad's old radio flyer wagon. This also stays on the porch all year but looks especially happy at Christmas. 

The vintage snow shoes are a new addition to the porch this year. A friend of mine was selling some of her collections and I happily bought these from her. 

vintage white wicker sofa table with fresh greenery and wooden lantern

I always have so much fun decorating this area and love seeing it each time I come home. 

vintage red radio flyer wagon with christmas tree and wooden snow shoes


You can see how I've decorated the porch over the past few years in these posts:

To see our deck with the faux fireplace all decorated for the season, go here → Cozy Natural Christmas Outdoor Mantel

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MORE CHRISTMAS PORCH INSPIRATION

Be sure to visit all the participating bloggers for festive decorating inspiration for your front porch, patio, sunroom and screened-in porch.

collage showing eight different porches decorated for Christmas

Atta Girl Says // House of Hawthornes // DIY Beautify // Chica & Jo

Worthing Court // Cottage at the Crossroads // Postcards from the Ridge // Weekend Craft

This Worthy Life // Marty's Musings // Sweet Pea // Our Crafty Mom

Major Hoff Takes a Wife // Today's Creative Life //





18 comments

  1. So cute! I love the wagon also. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. I look forward to seeing your Christmas porch each year. My eagle eye immediately spotted your snowshoes and I wasn't surprised when I read that they are a new addition for this year. I love them and they look great behind your red wagon that is so beautifully decorated. Anyone coming to your home or passing by is sure to admire how nice your porch looks decorated for Christmas.

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    1. Thank you so much, Paula. I've always loved old snowshoes but they aren't easy to find around here. I was so glad to get these when my friend was downsizing her stash of decor.

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  3. I love your porch, especially your red wagon and your plaids ready for Christmas.

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    1. Thank you, Marlene! The porch is definitely ready for Christmas now! Can't say the same for all of the house though.

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  4. I always love seeing how you decorate your porch, Angie! Love the red wagon. I just got my dad's old 50's wagon and am so excited to decorate with it:) And I'm actually repurposing our old childhood one, so I can enjoy it a couple different ways;) Pinned!

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    1. Thanks, Lora. I can't wait to see how you decorate with your wagons! You always make everything look amazing.

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  5. We love how every little bit of decor has an awesome story behind it. Great job!

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    1. Thank you! If only my vintage pieces could talk, the stories they would tell, lol.

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  6. Angie, you have so many charming pieces on your porch and I love the collected look!

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  7. I’m glad I hopped over to get the story of how you acquired that pretty wicker table. Love all the details including that old tobacco basket with the wreath inside, your dad’s wagon, and the snowshoes. It’s so awesome and welcoming.

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  8. Such a sweet story about Ms Betty. You’re the perfect steward for her wicker pieces. I bet your neighbors love seeing your porch decor as much as you enjoyed hers. I love all the holiday touches!

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  9. I LOVE Miss Betty's table! Such a great story about how it came to live at your home. Your porch is always one of my favorites each holiday season!

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  10. I think Ms Betty would be so pleased to see your porch! Looks great! That large tobacco basket is awesome! Love all your little touches!
    It was fun hopping with you- have a wonderful holiday season!

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  11. Love it all! Those plaid throws with those chairs! Well done!

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  12. Angie, what a wonderful Christmas porch you decorated. I love that you were able to purchase the wicker table that you’re neighbor had. I am obsessed with the oversized tobacco basket and those adorable Winter mugs. It looks like the perfect spot to sit with a cup of cocoa!

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  13. Beautiful job, Angie! The wicker with the fresh greenery is my favorite, along with the red wagon and all the vintage finds!

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