Although this year has been very different, to say the least, there are some traditions we’ve held onto to or even embellished make our days feel brighter. One of those traditions is decorating our homes inside and out for the holidays. You may have seen your neighbors decorate even more than usual this year, or much earlier in the year, as a way to spread cheer throughout the community even though many of us can’t be physically together.
With the holiday season right around the corner, we wanted to find some homes with front porches that will not just welcome you home, but also send a cheerful message to your neighbors as they pass by.
See one you like? All it needs are a few hand-selected decorations from you!
Presented by Suzanne Kropf
This impressive home has plenty of space for holiday decor. Whether your style is a simple strand of twinkling lights or wreaths and baubles galore, you have the space to get as creative as you’d like.
Presented by Joe Ramos
This home is surrounded by tons of space and enjoys plenty of privacy, but that doesn’t mean you can’t or shouldn’t decorate its front porch year-round. In the spring, fill it with bright flowers and in the fall, pumpkins.
Presented by Tim Van Damm
If you need a quiet place to sit and relax outside, you might consider the front porch. This space is peaceful and private, perfect for reading or listening to your favorite podcast.
From the perfectly manicured lawn, to the mint green door, to the quaint covered front porch, this home looks straight out of a storybook.
Presented by Jeannie Nickerson
We love how spacious this front porch is. There is plenty of room for rocking chairs, a table, and even a porch swing!
Presented by Mary Chaparro
Front porches come in all shapes and sizes, but no matter how big or small, you can always deck them out for your favorite holiday and find a place to relax with a cup of tea or glass of wine.
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