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I thought I would share my fall porch decor with y’all today. I love adding some farmhouse touches to my front porch for the season. Plus fall is one of my favorite season for decorating. So follow along below to see what I did to my porch this autumn!
Here is a wide view of both my front door as well as the small side table I have beside it. You can start by finding out more information on that sweet tea sign here.
The door itself has my scarecrow wreath hanging on it.
On the left, I added a cute blue pumpkin to my wheat wreath. Yes wreaths are not only for doors!
I then gathered some corn stalks and stood them on either side of the door. I simply tied them to my milk cans that are there every day of the year.
The door mat I bought a few months ago is still going strong and I still love it! It is from a local Tennessee store but you can buy them online here.
I added a few fall touches beside the door as well.
You don’t want to miss the tutorial on how to make that mason jar sign.
I also piled various pumpkins in containers. I love weird varieties of pumpkins….don’t you?
The rest of my porch stayed pretty much the same as last time I showed you.
I did however add my burlap pumpkin pillows to one of the rocking chairs. I love how these turned out and they look just lovely on the porch.
If you need me, I will be relaxing on the porch enjoying the fall temperatures. (If we would ever get any that is!) I hope y’all enjoyed this fall porch decor and found a few ideas for your own home.
Love this fall porch decor and want more ideas? Try the links below.
- Clay Pot Ideas: Pumpkin Place Card
- Decorative Gourds: Make a Knotty Pumpkin
- Holiday Signs: Reversible Scarecrow and Snowman
- Thanksgiving Wreaths: Make a Turkey Wreath
- Reversible Scrap Wood Pumpkins