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Outdoor Decorating for the Holidays

Sprucing up your outdoor living spaces with festive décor is one of the easiest ways to bring the holiday spirit to your home. Trademark Landscape shares some of its favorite finds for this merry time of the year!

This neutral-furnished patio gets plenty of Christmas color with splashes of red, and greenery spiced up with ornaments and ribbons. The addition of red-lacquered tables and red print pillows keeps the theme going.


Home Depot

You may not have a red door, but you can still bring color to your entry with a poinsettia-accented wreath and green boughs draped alongside the door. Set some lanterns and wrapped boxes nearby for added cheer.


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Light up the night with hanging strands of twinkle lights, oversized white bulbs, starlights, spiral Christmas trees and candlelit lanterns. Then wrap your greenery with more lights for a cozy holiday feel.


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If snow rarely, if ever, finds its way to your home, you can still create a winter scene with a frosted tree, white pinecones, and red berries highlighting it all. Add a snow drift tree skirt and a rustic bucket filled with logs, pinecones and greenery, and you’ve created your own magical winter wonderland.


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Unused terra-cotta pots make perfect display containers for holiday embellishments. Fill the bottoms with dirt, then layer with evergreen sprigs, pinecones and red bulbs. Arrange in a group for drama, or accent your yard wherever a focal point is needed. Place a faux white candle in the center to light up the night.