Exterior entryways offer an excellent opportunity to get personal with holiday decor. This entryway, created by Dan Faires, features candelabras made from discarded wine bottles, garland made from nautical rope and lanterns and evergreens placed in galvanized metal buckets.
Front Entryway at Night
Once the sun goes down, the entryway instantly becomes more intimate thanks to the glow created by the candlelit wine bottle candelabras and interior and exterior lights of the house.
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Holiday Outdoor Decorations
To create visual interest outside of your home, consider breaking the front yard up into different zones — each with its own holiday-centric feature. Designer Britany Simon and designer Brian Patrick Flynn broke this front yard up into three zones: left, center of yard and entrance. The left side of the house features a 10-foot tall Christmas tree structure made from reclaimed barn siding, the center of the yard is outfitted with an arbor created with vintage ladders and the entrance is decorated with various repurposed items including wine bottle candelabras and rope garland.
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Add graphic punch and organic style to your front doors with square moss wreaths. To create these, you''s front doors, Dan created one-of-a-kind, farmhouse-inspired garland with lanterns attached to nautical rope. In order to attach the garland to the house, Dan screwed C-hooks directly into the exterior trim on which to lay each section of rope.
Chalkboard Buck Head
Create a festive welcome sign for Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year''t necessarily meant as decor. Create a personal vignette near your entrance with a collection of objects with winter flair. Upon arrival to this home, guests are greeted with a weathered sled, a pair of ice skates and a bucket filled with faux snowballs.
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To turn this basic mailbox into a showstopping focal point, Dan surrounded it with giant candy canes made from plywood and burlap as well as lollipops made from PVC, small bouncy balls, colored burlap and twine.
Add life to your mailbox with garland. In order to do this without impeding mail carrier pickup and delivery, keep the garland around the back of the mailbox. For graphic punch and a pop of color, intersperse accents, such as faux berries, in with the green garland.
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To put an updated spin on candy canes, consider wrapping them in natural-toned burlap for a textural touch, then punch the overall look up with colored ribbon.
Red Ribbon Detail
Add candy striped detail to your mailbox base with red ribbon. Not only will the contrast between the ribbon and the post add graphic impact, but choosing ribbon in the same color as your garland''dfp_utility1''dfp_utility2'>