I have gathered some amazing Farmhouse Christmas Decor Ideas that will definitely put you in the spirit of the season! If you love farmhouse decor then you will want to see what I have for you here today. These ideas will help you to infuse that farmhouse you love into your Christmas decorating.
Decorating for the holidays is a lot of fun but each year I try to change things up a bit. This year I want to incorporate more Modern Farmhouse Style into my decor.
I have a post that explains how to incorporate Farmhouse Style into your home but today we are taking some of those specific elements and talking about ideas on how to incorporate them into your Christmas Decorating!
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Farmhouse Christmas Decor
There are several elements of Farmhouse style and I will break it down by each element.
Farmhouse Christmas Signs
Farmhouse Signs are a staple in Farmhouse Decor and today we are looking at how to use this in the Christmas theme. I love all the colors, some are vintage and some are new.
If you don’t have the money or the skills to DIY a farmhouse sign you can look online and get a printable and put it in a frame and there you go! Check out my Christmas Printables here.
*Just in case you don’t know a printable is a picture that someone has created and all you have to do is print it out! Usually, they email it to you so you have it right there on your computer.*
I love these little farmhouse signs that can be used almost anywhere in your home to decorate for the holidays!
Another cute farmhouse sign that is a little bigger than the one before but still a great option for decorating any room in the home.
This is a super easy DIY and Making Manzanita describes in-depth how to do it. You don’t need a ton of tools for this one!
Printables are an awesome option for decorating your home!
I think this sign is super cute and if you have leftover wood laying around this could be a great DIY to clean all that up!
You can’t go wrong with the old-fashioned red truck! I love these printables and farmhouse signs.
You can’t get much more farmhouse than ticking stripes and cows. I love how these are put together, and the ticking in red really brings in the holiday spirit.
This last one is my favorite! I did a wood sign this summer for the American Flag and I feel like I could totally DIY this sign, with the help of her amazing tutorial of course.
*Update – I did create something similar! I made a reversible Christmas/Fall sign that you totally should check out! It was so easy and the fact that it’s reversible cut down on costs and storage space. Here is the sign I did for Christmas.
Farmhouse Christmas Front Porch
The first place your guests see when they come to your house is your front porch so why not make it as festive as you can!
I think you will notice a theme here….plaid, old-fashioned sleds, pretty plant containers with natural greens, and amazing wreaths!
This is my front porch from last year. I added lots of winter greens in the pots and garland above the door. A large grapevine wreath with greens and ribbon make the front door welcoming. And I also have the sled with pretty ribbon and greens. The bench has this great long lumbar pillow that I bought from a local small business called Bakers Garden Village. I am loving all these elements together.
This swag has all the perfect elements for the front door at Christmas.
The thrifted items here really make this front porch amazing.
This unique porch planter can be used all winter long! For the holidays you have the red touches and ribbon then for the winter you can remove that and have the plants out. As long as you aren’t in the artic tundra of course!
These embroidery hoop wreaths are all the rage right now. In her post, she explains exactly how she created this. It’s so cute you should check it out!
I love the garland above the door and this doorway is so unique! The Noel sign and sled also add some beautiful farmhouse touches.
Plaid blanket, reindeer pillow, and a grain sack pillow with ticking….umm yes! That screams farmhouse and makes me want to curl up in that rocker and have a cup of tea.
I just love this planter. It’s fabulous! And the pine cone wreath is beautiful. My parents had a pine cone wreath when I was growing up and it was always a big deal when we got it out to hang it up.
After seeing these photos I need a rocking chair on my porch!
Farmhouse Christmas Entryway
Immediately after your front porch, you enter the foyer or entryway. This is a great place to decorate and give your guests a “preview” of what’s to come in your home!
Church pews recycled as benches are so popular in farmhouse style. I also love the thrifted suitcase and the ticking on the pillow. This entryway is so pretty!
The tobacco basket on the front door with greenery and skates is so cute! I also love the little rocking chair and holiday signs. This space is so welcoming.
Buffalo check screams farmhouse style. Add to that the galand and old red truck, this entryway is so stunning.
Farmhouse Christmas Kitchen and Dining Room
I love adding Christmas to the dining room. Tablescapes really make me happy and what better time to create a wonderful table setting than at the holidays!
I recently started adding Christmas decor to my kitchen and I love it! I spend so much time in there during the holidays cooking, baking, and entertaining so bringing the holidays into this room just makes sense.
My goal in my kitchen was to add lots of touches of red. My kitchen is pretty white and gray so adding color really brought the holidays into the space perfectly.
Using neutrals to decorate for the holidays is something that is very popular in farmhouse style.
This is such a cute DIY tray that she gives a great tutorial on. What a great gift idea don’t you think?
Tiered trays are an essential element of farmhouse decor, check out my How to Incorporate Farmhouse Decor into your home for more details on that.
Clean, simple, and beautiful. That’s what I think of when I see this. I LOVE that wreath on the cabinet!
Farmhouse style is all about using old items to decorate your space. Here you can see the old canisters and how well they go together for the perfect holiday style.
See what I was saying earlier, why haven’t I decorated my kitchen earlier?! 😫 It’s so pretty!!!!!
Suzy takes all the elements from her kitchen and incorporates them into her dining room. The plaid, the ribbon with stipes on them and the touches of nature are just so pretty.
My friend Marly uses lots of touches of nature and pops of red to decorate her dining room.
Farmhouse Christmas Family Room
This is the room I usually go hog wild in, for decorating of course!
This is where my tree goes and I have my mantel so this is the concentration of holiday cheer. I love some of the neat DIY’s you will see here and great Farmhouse Christmas Decor ideas for your tree and even for wrapping your gifts!
I went a little crazy this past year with garland. I love how it brings nature into the home. Here is my reversible farmhouse sign too that I just love! I am working on one for my entryway too!
Upcycling items and using them in a different capacity is another element of farmhouse style. I love the baluster that they use to hang the wood letters.
Melissa loves vintage items and the boxes that she DIY’d for the little Christmas trees are the perfect touch for her mantel.
I love the farmhouse touches here in the buffalo check, vintage red truck and galvanized bucket holding the poinsettia.
This is a great example of incorporating neutrals into your holiday decor.
Galvanized buckets and vintage skates are sure to bring farmhouse into your home.
This rustic wood mantel is so pretty and I love the striped stockings!
Shiplap is a staple in modern farmhouse style. Adding the hanging ornaments brings the perfect touch of holiday to your home.
Using recycled materials is perfect and this old widow makes the perfect backdrop to your holiday decor.
Other Farmhouse Christmas Decor Ideas
Here are some other things you can do, use nature in a vase or bucket, create a vignette, decorate your bedroom with neutral Christmas decor, and even DIY an advent calendar.
I hope you are inspired to do some amazing Farmhouse Christmas decor in your home this holiday season. If you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below.
Other Christmas Posts:
- How to Make Salt Dough Ornaments
- How to Flock a Christmas Tree
- Dining Room Decor For Christmas: Creating a Winter Wonderland
- DIY Christmas Wreath Ideas
- 12 of the Prettiest Flocked Christmas Trees
- 5 Tips to Transition Your Home from Christmas to Winter Decor
As a licensed Real Estate Agent and an avid home decorator, I strive to give my clients the very best I can when it comes to staging, selling, and decorating their homes. I have lots of experience with paint color choices and love to DIY my home so I can have everything just the way I want it. I share my ideas and projects with the world in the hopes that I can help others have their homes just the way they want as well.