Best Christmas Door Decorations For Your Home
With our interior goals complete, it’s high time we started thinking about how to make our front doors just as festive and this is where Christmas door decorations come in. Once you’ve trimmed the tree, head outside to deck your front door for the holidays. Using Christmas wreaths, lights, and garlands, you’ll have the prettiest house on your street.
From traditional green foliage to something with a little more statement – we’ve got the top styles to ensure your front door is the best dressed this festive season. Our ideas for door decorations are all easy to put together.
Plus they’re not all wreaths! While wreaths are the traditional front door decoration for the season, there are many other ways that you could dress up your entryway without hanging a wreath, and we’ve found several…
Traditional Christmas Door Decorations
Rural Christmas Wreath
Welcome visitors and guests to your front door with this rustic Christmas wreath. Bring festive cheer to your home with this pre-lit faux pine and fruit wreath. Showcasing a display of lush, lifelike greenery adorned with shimmering lights and snow-dusted pinecones.
Leave it untrimmed for “just-chopped-this-down” charm. Make your entryway a vision in green by displaying a festive wreath and a thick, flowing garland. Fruits and nature are clearly a pretty combination — especially when woven throughout an evergreen wreath.
Leaf Christmas Wreath
Steal some Scandinavian style for a Nordic Noël. This very pretty seasonal wreath features large magnolia leaves and natural pinecones on a natural twig wreath. Hang it on your door or wall for a great accent.
Colourful baubles and pretty ribbon brighten up a plain wreath. Don’t forget to make use of any silver bells for a little jingle. Blend magic and reality with this woodsy design studded with nature and plants. Bring the beauty of an enchanted forest home for the holidays with greenery that is fresh, festive and meaningful.
Star Christmas Decorations
Your door decoration doesn’t have be a wreath, you know, a DIY twine star is a super charming element to a holiday entryway. Bundled together with a leafy garland decorated with lights and berries, your front door is bound to make a grand entrance.
Add a touch of elegance to your room with this wonderful ornament! In true country fashion, this star comes with its own unique imperfections for a truly rustic feel. Easy to place around the house or your front door to make a festive display. Create a statement with a tree top star or rustic door decoration that makes a natural all year decoration.
Movie Christmas Door Decorations
Olaf Christmas Door (Frozen)
Greet your guests with this adorable Olaf snowman creation. This Frozen Olaf door can be a creative project for the whole family. It would be a beautiful addition to the holiday décor for anyone who is a fan of the Disney’s animated movies, especially ‘Frozen’.
Channel this very happy snowman by crafting your own – this design can give a playful look for any unappealing door. The best part – the kids can put together this cute craft by themselves or with the background assistance of parents.
Minion Christmas Door (Despicable Me)
A Minion door is perfect for a little one’s bedroom door as it can represent your kids two favourite things – Minions and Christmas. Minions have never been so cute or festive before this merry Minion Christmas door idea!
Celebrate the holidays with your favourite Minion: Bob! Minion Bob in a Santa hat is an excellent addition to any holiday scene. A minion Santa wishes all the kids this Christmas a very merry one. This is a fun and easy decoration that can be simple for the children to get involved with to make it a family event.
Jack Skellington Christmas Door (Nightmare Before Christmas)
Invite the Pumpkin King over for Christmas with this unique yet festive Christmas door idea. You’ll find Nightmare Before Christmas is great for decorating your door with Jack Skellington in his red and white Santa Claus hat and suit. If Jack Skellington isn’t your favourite character, you can be creative with using other popular characters from the movie.
Your friends will envy your home and you with this wonderfully designed door. Perfect for any Nightmare Before Christmas fan! Bring Jack Skellington and the weird and wonderful characters from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas into your own home.
Funny Christmas Door Decorations
Bouncer Rudolph Christmas Door
Make your friends and family laugh with glee at this funny and creative Bouncer Rudolph Christmas door. Perfect for when hosting a Christmas party, with all of our friends from the North dressed up for Christmas. Your family is sure to love this design.
You’ll be able to only let in those who have a place on Santa’s nice list and decide whether to let in those on the naughty list too… if you want. Complete with black sunglasses and his trademark red nose, Bouncer Rudolph will remind you of the classic Christmas story but with a funny twist.
Buddy the Elf Christmas Door
Buddy the Elf, a character made famous by Will Farrell, can be made into a funny Christmas door. Add some festive cheer to your Christmas décor with this inspirational Buddy the Elf door. This is the perfect accent for any room in the house during that extra special time of year.
This Buddy the Elf Christmas door is bound to add some charm to your home this Christmas. “Unless you’re a cotton headed ninnymuggins, everyone knows the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear” – Buddy the Elf.
Feliz Navidad Santa Christmas Door
Invite holiday fun to any room with a funny and festive Santa in a sombrero door decoration. This design combines Santa with the Spanish saying “Feliz Navidad” which means “Merry Christmas”. With holiday ornaments that dangle from cacti, creating a festive and cheerful door that will make any room ready for the holiday season.
This is a fun addition to any holiday décor with the use of colourful Mexican-inspired outfits and decorations. Extra special details could include a sombrero, maracas, a piñata or even a striped cloth garment. This festive Mexican Santa appears ready to attend a fiesta and is one you will cherish for years to come.
3D Christmas Door Decorations
Santa Stuck in Chimney Christmas Door
Recreating a fireplace mantel decoration with Santa stuck in the bottom of a chimney is simply amusing and quite offbeat! Give your guests a festive welcome with this funny yet creative Christmas door decoration. This lovely festive piece will add a touch of Christmas magic to your front door!
Add some festive cheer to your space today! You’ll be sure to add a touch of magic to your space this festive holiday. It’s a great way to decorate your house during the festive period. Bringing well-known assumptions to life. It is sure to spark curiosity and excitement.
Rooftop Santa & Rudolph Door
He’s your favourite underdog reindeer from a range of Christmas movies and songs — so it’s only fitting to craft this red-nosed guy into Christmas Door. Create an eye-catching door with Santa and Rudolph planted on a rooftop ready to deliver presents.
This Christmas door would make a fantastic addition to your decorations this year and can be placed on most doors around your home. It will make an enchanting addition to your home this Christmas. You could even decorate the door with a funny saying like the one shown above.
Christmas Tree Door Decorations
Add a touch of contemporary Christmas door decor to your home with this beautiful Christmas Tree design. Easy to create and make an annual family tradition to decorate. This will be a quick and cost-effective way of adding a touch of glamour or just a cool statement to any plain door.
This Christmas tree is a great addition to your festivities, adds atmosphere and holiday cheer during your celebrations. It will liven and add that special décor to your home. You can decorate your design with anything you want from an array of berries, pine cones and leaves to a sparkly glitter finish.
Word Christmas Door Decorations
Joy Door Decorations
Since the holiday is all about spreading good cheer, display a positive word for your guests to see. With just a few wooden letters strung up on your front door, you can spread Christmas cheer to your neighbours in an instant. The moss mountings also add a fresh earthy component that will subtly contrast with the dreary winter lawns.
Add a touch of elegance this Christmas with classic festive wording. This is a wooden hanging that features the words “Joy” covered in green moss. Simply cover the words in glue and shake any moss of your choice onto it and watch as it displays a magical festive scene. This is such a quirky, fun and festive addition to the home at Christmas.
Noel Christmas Door Decorations
Dress up craft letters with faux moss for a message that’s got meaning and texture. Hang this delicately constructed Noel sign on your front door to complement your decorations scheme. As an alternative to a traditional Christmas wreath, this is a perfect addition to your holiday décor needs.
A beautifully simple modern addition to your festive decor, as a Christmas door hanging or festive wall hanging. A modern take on a traditional wreath, this Noel banner will add the finishing touch to your festive decorations this year. The festive word noel helps you create a magic atmosphere as you decorate your home waiting for the arrival of Santa Claus.
Merry Xmas Door Decorations
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with this hand-lettered and painted Merry Christmas door sign crafted from beautiful, walnut stained pine wood. This rustic sign adds warmth to a room tucked on a shelf or hung on the door.
Add some country Christmas style to your front door with this DIY craft. Bonus: This surprising project doesn’t involve any sewing! What a perfect way to add a touch of Christmas charm and whimsy to your front door. This large wooden framed sign is the perfect Christmas decoration for greeting guests into your home.
We hope these ideas have inspired you to create an extra special entrance for your home without breaking the bank!
If you want some inspiration for the rest of your home, check out our Christmas and Winter style guide.
So, enjoy and have happy holidays!
Updated October 2021