Christmas Entryway Decor

Create a Welcoming Christmas Entryway On a Budget with our Thrifted Finds and Affordable Decor to Transform your Entryway into a Holiday Wonderland!

Step into the magic of the season with a Christmas entryway that blends classic decor with budget-friendly thrifted finds.

If you’re wondering how to decorate your entrance for Christmas, this if for you! We’re sharing how we were able to combine flocked nutcrackers, the beloved Everett table, the viral gingerbread pillow, the classic gold ornate mirror and an ingenious way to hang a wreath on your mirror using Command strips. Plus, we’ll show you how to achieve a warm glow with thrifted candlesticks adorned with Dollar Tree nutcracker candles.

Read on to see how you can copy our entryway then keep scrolling for 10 more Christmas mantel and vignette ideas from our talented friends!

Christmas Entryway Decor

Norfolk Pine Garland

Start by layering garland across your table. Simply lay it own and fill it around it.

We love this garland because it feels real, it’s super soft and it’s a whopping 58″ so it fills the space nicely. It’s also super full so you don’t need multiple garlands that can get bulky.

Gold Ornate Mirror

A quick way to add visual appeal of your entryway is by incorporating a classic gold ornate mirror. This timeless piece not only reflects the festive ambiance but also adds a touch of glamour to your Christmas setup.

We added this pretty mercury glass garland into a thrifted wood bowl for easy decor that ties in our gold touches.

Wreath Hanging Hack with Command Strips

We found this french horn for a couple bucks at the thrift store a couple months. I knew it would be perfect for charming Christmas decor.

I was trying to decide if I wanted to tape ribbon behind the mirror to hang it but realized I had an extra command strip on hand so I hung it from that for simple decor. Then I added velvet ribbon to dress it up a little.

TIP: Hang a wreath on a mirror with a command strip for a damage-free attachment. Simply pull the tab when the holidays are over, no harm done.

Flocked Nutcrackers

These little beauties went crazy on our Instagram page. They come in 3 colors but we chose red and green to create a splash of a color in our entryway amind neutral tones.

We also added Dollar Store candles to a mix of thrifted candlestick and our favorite gold candlesticks set of 3 from Amazon along with some thrifted wood candlesticks and a random corbel leftover from my old farmhouse shelves.

More Mantels & Vignette Ideas

DIY Beautify: Ideas for Styling Christmas Vignettes | Modern Glam: Organic Modern Christmas Mantel | LeCultivateur: A Natural Christmas Mantel | Tatertots and Jello: Christmas Painted Gingerbread House Vignette | The Tattered Pew: Guide to Asymmetrical Christmas Mantel Garland Layering | Pasha is Home: How to Use Christmas Ornaments as Decor | My Sweet Savannah: DIY Modern Concrete Christmas Trees | Craftberry Bush: Coffee Table Christmas Vignette | The Happy Housie: Cozy Layered Christmas Mantel and Living Room

Welcome your guests with a festive entryway that’s as budget-friendly as it is beautiful. Happy decorating!

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  1. Such pretty layers on your console table – I love that piece! The natural greenery is perfect on your mirror. Merry Christmas!

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