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Thursday, September 28, 2017

Look no further for some fall porch inspiration ... Here it is! Whether you have a balcony, a wraparound porch, or a small stoop, you can add fall touches with pumpkins, mums, and cornstalks.🍂🌽🌻


Carved Pumpkins aren't limited to October 31. Turn a few pumpkins into bowls by cutting off the top and scooping out the insides. Use a pencil to trace a scallop design and carve. A power drill and drill bits make quick work of adding decorative circles. Place a vase of flowers in one pumpkin and candles in others. Display with squatty pumpkins with their stems cut off for optimal stacking potential. CO:BHG.com 

Mix it and Match it because well, everyone loves all that fall has to offer -- pumpkins, flowers, baskets, and leaves! No need to pick a favorite with this mix-and-match design featuring several pretty ideas: gourds pouring from an upturned basket, dried hydrangeas in a tin vase, and scattered leaves around the whole display. CO:BHG.com 


Simple and Large Scale can get the job done.  If you have the space, add a large container like a wheelbarrow or wagon to your porch. Fill it with an assortment of fall elements, such as bittersweet, pumpkins, gourds, and leaves. We love the idea of adding a message to the pumpkins! This decoration can easily span the fall holidays, taking you right through Thanksgiving. CO: BHG.com

Container Garden your own yard and show off your gardening prowess with a tin basin overflowing with fall finds. Set it next to your door and it invites color and conversation. To make, place pots of croton shrubs in the center of the basin. Surround the front with droopy dried wheat, and fill the back with tall grasses. Lay dried Indian corn beside the display. CO: BHG.com

Traditional Fall decor of mums and pumpkins are always on point. A simple symmetrical display creates an inviting statement on any front porch. We love this setup of a perfectly framed door and festive steps. Use mums of the same color and similar-size pumpkins, and place them on opposite sides of steps and doorways to create this look and feel. CO: Refresh Restyle


An Apple a Day is always good for you and the soul! Like an autumn wreath featuring crisp green apples matches a porch full of fall flowers, gourds, and pumpkins. Hay bales and apple baskets let you play with the heights of your display.CO: BHG.com



Staying Neutral is on trend and who dais fall decorating has to be orange. This pale yellow house looks fabulous with the subtle colors of the white and green pumpkins and hydrangeas to create a soft and neutral fall porch that will easily extend past Halloween. CO:An Oregon Cottage





Fall Farmhouse  is easy to achieve with a few simple accessories. We love the traditional farmhouse decor pieces to decorate this space. Vintage furniture, a quilt to make things cozy, farm tools, galvanized buckets, and fruit baskets all add up to the quintessential fall farmhouse porch. CO: House of Hawthornes




Natural Elements  is what this fall porch is all about.  It is so inviting with natural elements in soft colors and textures. We love the vintage elements like a nutcracker and drink dispenser. These simple touches add to the welcoming feeling this neutral color scheme evokes. CO:Hymns and Verses

1 comment:

  1. Don't forget to add plenty of tables for drinks and food service. Maybe a lamp for late evening reading? The best things you can add to your front porch are those that invite company to join you.

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