Fall Porch Decorating Ideas

Fall Porch Decorating Ideas

As soon as August rolls around I start to think of Fall.

It’s true…I am obsessed with Fall!

I love the changing colours, the pumpkins, the mums…

even the smell and taste of Autumn.

Apple cakes, apple pies…and pumpkin everything!!

Today I want to share with you some of my favourite Fall porch decorations…hope it inspires you to start planning your own Fall decor.

Fall porch decorating doesn’t have to be difficult and it doesn’t have to be expensive. Pick up a few pumpkins in various sizes, add mums to baskets…it’s done! Enjoy!

Photo Source: Joy of Autumn

Don’t like orange? Not a problem! Pumpkins come is several colours now or if you want to keep them for years to come, use faux. When buying faux pumpkins you don’t have to go for fancy expensive ones either, just buy inexpensive orange pumpkins and spray paint them white or in your favourite colour.

White-Pumpkins-on-Porch
Photo source: Taryn Whiteaker

A gorgeous planter full of fall foliage will make a statement on your porch. If you have room for two … go for it!

Photo source: Simply Southern Flowers

Adding a Burlap Wreath to your front door is another great option. I keep my Farm Fall porch simple…see it HERE!

Fall porch at the farm

A Fall sign or in my case a Chalkboard is another great addition, make your own by painting an old picture frame with chalkboard paint.

Fall chalkboard

Take your porch pillows from Summer to Fall by adding burlap ribbon and leaves.

Fall pillows

 Be sure to check out my previous Fall porch…HERE!

I am looking forward to bringing out my Fall decor next month.

Hope you are inspired to do the same.

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2 thoughts on “Fall Porch Decorating Ideas”

  • Thanks Isabelle. I like to change up the colour of my mums every year as well. There are so many beautiful colours to choose from.

  • Love these ideas so much! Fall is my favourite season, and decoratingis one of the best thins about it. Each year I choose a new color of mums and they make things so beautiful and different. Last year I mixed fresh and dried flowers and the result was lovely, with aquite rustic hint. Thanks for the inspiration!

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