Sharing my red and white Christmas porch at our new home with simple but impactful holiday pieces anyone can use!

We just moved into our new home 2 weeks ago and so I am behind most people and just decorating our front porch for Christmas. Rather than speeding through all my holiday decorating I am trying to enjoy the journey and take my time.

Our new front porch is much larger than our last house opening up the possibilities for decorating but I went for a clean and simple look this year.

With so many beautiful Christmas porch decorating ideas out there, you can never go wrong with beautiful pops of color in a classic color scheme.

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I chose a red and white color scheme this year for our porch and interior holiday decor wanting something more classic and traditional.

I love how the red is so vibrant and really pops from the street view.

This red berry wreath was a great find from Walmart and what’s so great is the ribbon that came with it.

Generally, I don’t like the ribbons that they have on premade wreaths and will remove them to add my own but I really loved how big and beautiful this one was.

I had a few of these hooks on hand and they are so easy to remove without damaging your door. These are the same hooks I use when hanging a wreath on my hood in the kitchen.

I have had these tall planters (similar) for a few years and usually put some faux flowers in them. My local nursery though had these amazing large poinsettias so I grabbed 2 of them to place on either side of the door.

They are large and tie in with the berry wreath making the colors really look bold and beautiful.

One of my favorite plants to put on my porch at this time of year is rosemary because it has such a beautiful smell. I usually keep them through the winter and will use some of it for cooking.

I had these basket planters from our summer porch and they have liners in them to protect the basket when you water whatever plant you put in them. They were another very affordable find!

I had this green and white rug (similar) for a few seasons and it is sold out now but it is still one of my favorites. This one and this one are similar replacements if you are looking for one. I love the beautiful pop of pattern and color it gives accenting the green in the plants.

I layered this coir woven doormat on top adding a little texture to the look.

And that’s it! I kept it simple yet impactful through using a bold red and white color scheme.

I think scale also places a huge roll in decorating and being oversized is generally a good thing to create an impressive look.

I’m hoping to get my Christmas mantel and tree done this week even with all the boxes from moving everywhere so I will try to show some sneak peeks of what I am doing on IG Stories!

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