25 Warm And Welcoming Christmas Decorated Entryway Ideas


Your Christmas decorated entryway should welcome guests with an abundance of festive decor, including greenery, garlands, wreaths, and ornaments. The foyer is where guests are welcomed, so it should be a space that does not get overlooked when you begin your holiday decorating. Even if your entryway is a small space, it is an area where Christmas decorations can have a huge visual impact. So gather together some of your favorite decorations and get creative with your space. From trees and garlands to cozy throws and holiday pillows, string lights and glittering ornaments, dazzle your guests with your creative style.

We have put together a collection of ideas to help get you started on your Christmas decorated entryway. Each image below gives further details on the space, including resources and a link to get tutorials on how to further DIY. Each of these ideas can be fully customized to work with your space. These decorating ideas should further inspire you to incorporate them into your home’s entryway, creating an inviting and personalized entry that will sparkle throughout the holiday season.


1. Festive Accents. Charming holiday decor accents the entryway, featuring a hanging garland, Christmas pillows, some wood logs, and a “Baby It’s Cold Outside” doorstop from the Pavilion Gift Company. (via The Wicker House)


2. Accent With A Tree. This Christmas decorated entryway features a pre-lit, flocked Christmas tree in a wooden box, giving it a farmhouse feel. The tree was sourced from Walmart. Decorative holiday pillows add to the festive look. (via the_rusticpallet)


3. Country Accents. This Christmas decorated entryway features stocking filled with faux greenery and cranberries, while a small Christmas tree and gift wrapped present adorn a small bench. Underneath the bench is a wire basket brimming with ornaments. (via Paint Me Pink)


4. Farmhouse Style Christmas. Decorate your entry in true farmhouse style by adorning a console table with several small trees in galvanized buckets. Add some logs in a wire-framed basket and a wood box with a cozy blanket. The finishing touch is the large framed artwork, “Farm Fresh Christmas Trees” — you can find similar on Etsy! (via Pinterest)


5. Christmas Decorated Entry Bench. A wooden bench is adorned with a plaid and fur pillow accented by a holiday-inspired pillow. Two small trees flank the pillows, while a cozy plaid throw adds some holiday color. A glass jar is filled with flocked faux branches. Garland a wreath affixed to a mirror completes the entryway. (via Cherished Bliss)


6. Decorated Entry Stairs. Seasonal pillows and an elegant garland adorning the staircase banister adds holiday cheer to this foyer. Set on the floor, red rain boots and a basket filled with birch logs. (via Nine & Sixteen Home)


7. Entryway Gallery Wall. Use your wall to add some festive flair, this one features some DIY and budget ideas. Create your own Jingle All The Way artwork. The Dec 25th sign is a simple DIY, while pops of gold are reflected in spray-painted office clips to hang up signs. Printable Christmas wall art can be found on Etsy. You can also DIY wrapping paper art by using an antique window and affixing the paper with double-sided tape! (via Little House of Four)


8. Holiday-Inspired Entry Wall. The wall is decorated with a wreath and vintage snowshoes. For the “Sleeps Till Christmas Chalkboard” DIY, all you need to make this is an empty picture frame and a piece of wood (or a piece of heavy smooth cardboard). Paint it with chalkboard paint and pop it in the frame. (via lilypadcottage)


9. Christmas Cheer. A foyer table gets some cheery holiday decor, including a Merry Christmas banner from Pier 1. The wooden horse is from HomeGoods, while the Fa la la la la wood sign can be found on Etsy. (via Nesting Blissfully Interiors)


10. Cozy Farmhouse Entryway. Rustic, warm and welcoming, this entryway goes bold with color and patterns. Old printer’s trays, DIY fabric-covered antlers, and a few faux trees adorn the shelf. A rusty old crate, an enamel pot-turned-planter, and some birch logs add interest to the bench. Pillows, throws, and a DIY pom-pom garland add softness to the look.(via Home Remedies)


11. Rustic Meets Nostalgic. Hang string lights and stockings from coat hooks. Christmas presents sit on a bench, along with a faux fur pelt coupled with holiday pillows. Wooden crates sit below the bench, along with stored firewood. (via Nina Hendrick)


12. Glam-ish Entry Decor. This entry features a combination of glam meets vintage style. A champagne berries wreath is hung from a mirror, while the dresser is adorned with glittering reindeer. A pre-lit tree in a basket is decorated with hand-blown glass ornaments. (via At The Picket Fence)


13. Rustic Christmas Farmhouse Entry. Garland from a local greenhouse adorns the stairs and the top of the church pew. Other cozy elements include plaid pillows, a car pillow from Pottery Barn and a warm throw. (via Liz Marie Blog)


14. Tree Farm Inspired Entry. This foyer features a DIY Christmas Tree Farm Print that can be the center of your decor scheme. The staircase is highlighted with a pre-lit garland, while a  5-gallon stoneware pickling crock is filled with birch logs, Christmas tree clippings, berries and a string of lights. (via Nina Hendrick)


15. Farmhouse Christmas Entryway. Hung from coat hooks are white burlap stockings. On the bench are a couple of adorable Christmas throw pillows from Gordmans and a flocked wreath with pinecones on the front door. (via Love Grows Wild)


16. Simple Christmas Entryway. On the bench, a few simple pillows, a throw blanket, and a mini Christmas tree found at Michael’s. On the mirror is a white berry wreath, hung from the mirror using suction cups. (via Cherished Bliss)


17. Plaid and Checkered. A foyer table is adorned with Christmas cheer. The Christmas tree sign in the frame is printable. An antique window on the wall is adorned with a festive wreath, while a galvanized bucket is filled with a small flocked tree adorned with decorations. (via leahwhitehome)


18. Holly Jolly Perfection. This space is loaded with Christmas cheer! The boxwood wreath is from Target, the merry sign is from Magnolia, and the ribbon is from Hobby Lobby. The ‘Holiday Greens’ Bucket can be found on Zulily. (via paintedfoxhome)


19. Cozy Christmas Lights. A real Christmas tree is strung with lights, set in a “Country Fresh” Antique Milk Crate from Magnolia. The hanging signs are from Volume Twenty Five. Wood garland hangs from the coat hooks, as does a buffalo check scarf. (via pine.and.birch)


20. Cheery Holiday Entry. This entry welcomes guests with seasons greetings, featuring a fresh cedar alphabet wreath. You can spell out any holiday word on your wall, such as “JOY” “NOEL” or “CHEERS”. These wreaths are found on Ballard Designs.  (How to Decorate)


21. Scandinavian-Flavored Christmas. A snowy home in Vermont features an entryway decorated with a Scandinavian flair for the holidays. We featured this amazing home tour awhile back, have a look: Inviting Christmas decorated stone cottage in New England. (via Traditional Home)


22. Cozy Front Entry. So many charming details in this entryway, including the red hunter boots, craft paper wrapped gifts and string lights set on a faux fur rug. (via Craftberry Bush)


23. Natural Colors With Pops Of Red. A large wreath is hung from a framed chalkboard, while the bench is decorated with red and green pillows and a small tree. (via Cherished Bliss)


24. Coastal Christmas. This foyer is decked out in nautical style — starfish, sand, and sea glass. The color palette features beachy aqua blues, warm glowing golds, and soft snowy whites. On the chair, a charming Santa Claws pillow adds a touch of whimsy. Flocked trees, garland wrapping the staircase and a wreath complete the look — the decor is from Kirkland’s! (via Sand & Sisal)


25. Christmas Entryway. This entry is adorned with some simple garland, a handmade wreath, a white fur blanket and a couple of comfy pillows, infusing the space with cozy warmth. On the floor, a basket is filled with birch logs. (via Home Remedies)

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