Simple Fall Decorating Ideas for your Front Porch
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A few simple fall decorating ideas for your front porch! Get inspired to decorate your porch for fall!
Fall Porch Decorating Ideas
Today I am sharing my front porch decorated for fall! This year, I kept things simple with just a wreath, garland, and a few autumn elements.
One of my favorite ways to stretch my decorating budget is to invest in a simple, high-quality garland. Something that isn’t trendy, and will last for years to come. I then always place a few real sprigs of greenery into the garland to give it some life.
This is also very easy to do with Christmas garland! Of course, real would be my first option, but it isn’t always easy to find a great, real, garland at a reasonable price or during off season.
We have had our adirondack chairs for years – we brought them from our old house, where they sat on our porch before. These chairs actually get used on quite a regular basis.
I like to sit on the porch in the morning and answer emails, and in the evening, it’s the perfect spot to watch the sunset. I picked up a few autumn textiles to add – velvet pillows and a plaid blanket. I am currently snuggled up under this blanket, it is incredibly soft! (from Homegoods)
When we got married, we received so many William’s Sonoma gift cards, I bought the preserved floral wreath with one of them! It usually hangs in our bedroom, but for autumn, I decided to move it to adorn our new front door.
I would have loved to include pumpkins on our porch, but I couldn’t find real pumpkins anywhere! I will absolutely be adding a few once they hit the shelves!
I love the above photo of Coders and I walking into the house – he follows me wherever I go. He is like my little sidekick, and really, a best friend. Can anyone else relate to having an animal best friend?
When we were remodeling, all of the construction guys would say, “he doesn’t let you get out of his sight!” It is very true, where I go, he goes, and I wouldn’t want it any other way.
On another note, I had the chance to stop at Whole Foods on my way home from Tahoe last week. I always take a trip through the floral section whenever I am there.
I generally grab a bundle of hydrangeas, lilies, and roses. This time, instead of buying pre-cut hydrangeas, I bought a hydrangea plant for $8 (which was cheaper than the cut stems!). I placed my new plant in an old French crock, and it looks beautiful outside on the porch next to a few candles and preserved pumpkins.