8 Ways to Style your Holiday Stoop

Make a great first impression by greeting your guests with a festive Christmas stoop. Today we have a roundup of 8 beautiful styles to give you ideas. You can get ornate or simply add a festive doormat a bit of greenery. Take a look and get inspired!

Charming Southern Magnolia

Welcome guests with Southern charm by surrounding them with beautiful Magnolia leaves. It’s a stunning look whether you make an elaborate statement or keep it simple.

Southern Living


Hammade Furniture


Minimalist Modern Farmhouse

Keep it simple with a hint of green and sculptural branches or chopped logs. The natural elements look at home flanking the door of a modern farmhouse.

The Faux Martha

In the Fields

Pencil and Paper Co for Serena and Lily


Classic Red and Green

You can never go wrong with wreaths layered in red and green ribbon and ornaments. No matter your home’s style, a classic Christmas always looks good.

Craftberry Bush

House and Home Magazine

Joanna Gaines


Textured Greens

Forget about lights and ornaments. Nothing is necessary when your layers of greenery create this much pretty texture.

Joseph Hillenmeyer for Southern Living 

All Aglow

Bare branches covered in white lights create a magical wintery scene. Without color, the lights take center stage.

Sullivan Owen


Fun with Festive Color

Bright colors and antique balls celebrate the fun side of Christmas. Keep your color grouped to make a statement and ground it with simple greens.

Amy Spearing Interiors


Add a Monogram

Personalize your decor with a monogramed wreath or door mat. Pair your initial with boxwood for a classic look.

Sixty Fifth Avenue


Vintage Mix-ins

Remind your visitors of simpler times with nostalgic vintage pieces. Layer in a rustic wooden sled or some festive tin containers.

Abby and Joe Albers for Country Living

Lauren Ashworth


Spruce your Stoop


Thanks for stopping by today! Check back soon for more holiday exteriors and Christmas decor.


8 ways to style your stoop


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