Decorate Your Patio for Christmas

If you live in Florida, or another southern state with warm weather, you can spend the holidays in your pool or on your patio. While you may not be in a Winter Wonderland, there are plenty of ways to dress up your backyard to get it in the Christmas Spirit. Looking for some outdoor Christmas decoration ideas? Read on for some imaginative projects.

Decorative Lights

Christmas and lights have always gone together. Add a unique holiday flair to your backyard with some decorative lighting. You can add these lights to enclosures, light fixtures or plants to create unique looks.

decorative patio furniture outdoor

Holiday Pool Floats

These awesome Christmas decorations will entertain your friends and family! From Santa Claus to his Reindeer, we've got a huge selection! And to go the extra mile, you can take on this DIY project of making Santa his very own floating sleigh.

holiday pool float christmas

Noodle Crafts

Noodles are a staple of pool fun, and odds are you have a few lying around. If not, you can get some for relatively cheap at your local Pinch A Penny. There are many crafts that you can create from pool noodles, from a  Christmas wreath to decorative candy canes. Let your imagination run wild! 

christmas pool noodle wreath

Decorative Plants

A great way to update your look is to add some festive plants. Whether in pots, on tables or around lighting fixtures, seasonal plants like poinsettia, pine and holly add a festive look to your outside space.

outdoor decorative holiday plants

Paper Snowflakes  

A winter wonderland without all the shoveling. Cut some snowflakes out of foam or use paper and laminate to protect the flakes.

snowflake decoration

Image credit: Martha Stewart

Christmas Turkey

A classic holiday food item, and the best way to make it is out on your patio with The Big Green Egg. Follow this recipe to create the perfect, juicy bird for Christmas.

christmas turkey grilling

Share This Post


Up Next »

Santa's Sleigh in Your Swimming Pool Santa's Sleigh in Your Swimming Pool Get directions to make it yourself!

Featured Posts