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9 of the best doorscaping ideas

Posted by admin on December 6, 2022

‘Scaping’ is the ultimate 2022 trend. Be it tablescaping, mantlescaping or – Good Homes magazine’s festive favourite – Christmas doorscaping. A scape is defined as ‘denoting a specified type of scene’ – and they’ve been big business in 2022. Doorscapes are a great way to make a super festive first impression on visitors. Dress you door with wreaths, candles, mini trees, stars and even balloon arches. Take inspiration from these glorious examples…

1. Double wreath

Why just go for one wreath when you can get two? These fabulous festive red berry Christmas wreaths are filled with pine cones and hung with jute rope and look great sitting next to each other. The small wreaths are 30cm and the large wreaths are 40cm from Dibor and start at £19 each. Sit them together or stack them on top of each other or get one of each size.

Double Christmas wreaths make a great Christmas doorscape

Photo: Dibor

2. Symmetrical trees

Complement your wreath with a pair of symmetrical trees to give your visitors a warm welcome during the festive season. Atkin & Thyme has a great range of pre-lit Christmas wreaths that have warm white lights and give off a soft inviting glow. The remain illuminated for six hours before switching off automatically.

The symmetrical Christmas trees will look regal on your doorstep

Photo: Atkins & Thyme

3. Balloon arch

If you’ve seen the Instagram trend for balloon arches, now’s your time to try it. Ginger & Ray offers this fun gold and white door balloon arch kit with gold stars for £24. It’s the ultimate in Christmas doorscaping. The kit includes an impressive 240 Christmas balloons in total (made up of 116 gold chrome balloons, 116 white balloons and 8 gold foil stars). It comes with step-by-step instructions and plenty of string to make sure your balloon arch is securely attached.

Balloon arches for your Christmas doorscapes is a big Instagram trend

Photo: Ginger & Ray

4. Festive fun

Go all out with your Christmas doorscaping this year with the huge range of fun festive offerings from Dobbies. The twinkly Christmas scene pictured includes a 4ft pot grown Nordmann Fir (£54.99), complete with bright white cluster string lights (£29.99). Plus, the acrylic penguin with white LED lights (£49.99) and acrylic snowman with 80 twinkle LED lights (£99).

Light up penguins and snowmen make a fun Christmas doorscape

Photo: Dobbies

5. Christmas scene

The Garden Trading Company offers plenty of Christmas doorscaping buys to get your exteriors ready for the festive period. From wire cluster lights to twinkly berry lights they’ve got your lighting covered and have a full collection of wreaths and garlands. Their Christmas offerings fall under four themes, Winter Sky, Nostalgic Sanctuary, Gilded Nights and Nordic Whites.

A full Christmas scene with the Great Trading Company

Photo: Great Trading Company

6. Pine cone porch

Why just stop at Christmas doorscaping when you could try out ‘porchscaping’? Lights4fun has a brilliant selection of outdoor lights that you can string up for the warmest festive welcome. The lights pictured start from £40. Add in the pine cones on long gold ribbon for the ultimate cosy touch.

Could porchscaping be a new trend?

Photo: Lights4fun

7. Candle sconces

Give your Christmas doorscape an upgrade with one of these gorgeous Tor Wall Mounted Candle Sconces, from £90 from Pooky. Made in solid blackened iron, they look great in your porch and add the magic of real candlelight to your outside space.

Real candlelight will add a warm glow to your porch

Photo: Pooky

8. Light the way

Add a light up Christmas wreath to your Christmas doorscape this year to give your guests the warmest of festive welcomes. Sparkle Lighting does just that and have a great selection of wreaths to give your door a special glow. Starting from £49.99 they come with either 300 or 1,800 LED lights and are available in a copper or silver finish.

A light up wreath will make a lovely addition to your Christmas doorscape

Photo: Sparkle Lighting

9. Festive film

Decorate your door from the inside with these printed etch effect films from Purlfrost. This bright fuchsia Victorian-style pattern has a festive feel and is easy to apply onto your existing glass door window panes and remove when the Christmas period is finished. Prices start from £45m2.

pink patterned window film on a festive front door

Photo: Purlfrost


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