It’s Fall Y’all! The leaves are turning, the air is getting crisp and pumpkin spice mania has reached record levels. Now that we are in the thick of it, I thought it would be the perfect time to share my Fall front porch decor. If you haven’t decorated yet for the season hopefully you’ll get some fall inspiration here.
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This year’s theme is layers and white pumpkins. Don’t you love this door mat? The trend with door mats is to layer a larger cotton rug underneath. It’s kind of like a picture frame for your doormat especially since there are so many door mats out there right now that have cute sayings or designs.
I found this wreath early in the season and I love that it brings some focus up to the door (BM Wescott Navy). And it’s going to look great and be appropriate for the season through Thanksgiving.
I traded out the summer greenery in these urns for white pumpkins. Adding some straw underneath ties together the wheat wreath and the wheat bundles on my bench. It’s always fun to change things up a bit by bringing some of your indoor decor outdoors. I usually have this step stool and lantern in my entry but I think its the perfect touch outdoors.
Layers, Layers, Layers! That’s the key to adding interest in decor whether it’s indoors or out. I layered a vintage crate with lanterns and more pumpkins, large and small.
Don’t you just love all the different varieties of pumpkins that are readily available these days? No matter what your color scheme-there’s a pumpkin for that!
I wanted a new pillow set for my front porch and while this bench is covered it does still get a little bit of weather. I never want to spend a lot of money on these types of items because they may only last a few seasons. Luckily I found this indoor/outdoor blue pillow set and the quality is great. And just the right shade to tie together with my front door. An extra bundle of wheat also adds to the layers.
Hope you enjoy this quick little tour! Tell me-do you decorate your porch for fall?