From feathers to frames, these twists on classic door and porch decor will make your house the star of the street this Christmas season.
By Lisa FrederickMore in Decorating
Illuminate your walkway. Simple glass votives interspersed with sprigs of greenery and berries cast a gentle glow to guide guests to your door. Just as a blazing fire draws people to the hearth, the candles set an unmistakable tone of welcome. They look especially bewitching in the snow, but if you live in a warmer climate, try tucking shatterproof silver and white ornaments among the votives to create the impression of glittering ice. Or use sand, shells and beach grasses in a coastal setting.
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