Rose gold, blush pink, ivory and champagne gold Christmas porch
Last week I shared our rose gold Christmas tree, today I am showing you the rest of our rose gold Christmas porch!
My sweet friend Amy from Atta Girl Says organized an amazing group of bloggers all showcasing their Christmas porches! Be sure to check out all 18 inspirational posts at the bottom of this post.
Rose Gold Christmas Porch
I love decorating our porch for Christmas. Here in coastal NC we are lucky enough to have temperate days most of the year so even in December the front porch is where we have our morning coffee most days.
This year I decided to go with a rose gold Christmas theme for the front porch. I love rose gold, champange gold, blush and ivory colors together. The plan for the new home office was using these colors but we decided to home school our youngest and he wasn’t interested in our home school room being pink and ivory!
I added the same blush and gold ribbon that I used on the tree to our door wreath. The coastal wreath I made a few weeks ago was moved to the side porch where the theme is more beachy.
I made this believe sign a few years ago. The other side says welcome to it gets used year round. This cute sap bucket is one of a set of three I bought at least ten years ago at a local shop. They are all getting pretty rusty so I am not sure how much more use I will get out of them but for now I love the pink and rust together!
I made the mistake of not anchoring down our front porch tree. As a result, a thunderstorm came last weekend and knocked it down so I got to decorate it twice.
For the tree skirt, I just used a piece of drop cloth I had stashed. The color is perfect for my rose gold and ivory theme.
For our porch table (a curbside find!) I added a large wooden tray from Pottery Barn and filled it with a few blush and gold candle holders that I had bought for the home office and a basket of gold leaf ornaments. These ornaments are also in our coastal Christmas dining room. I love them so much!
The swing has a couple ivory colored pillows and a blush pink throw. It’s the perfect spot for relaxing and gazing at the pretty tree.
I am really happy with the way our rose gold Christmas porch turned out. It’s pretty but not overcrowded (I tend to go overboard with Christmas decorations!). Do you decorate your front porch?
Christmas Porch Tour
Follow the links below for the full Christmas porch tour lineup, featuring 18 home decor bloggers. Be sure to visit everyone for lots of ideas to add festive touches to your porch and other outdoor spaces.
Monday, Day 1
Tuesday, Day 2
Wednesday, Day 3