Fabulous fall front porch! We all want one and they are a big Autumnal welcome to all who pass by. Lots of saturated fall colors, stacked pumpkins, mums and Indian corn. These elements are all mixed together with a touch of antique tartan to give my front door and porch a big punch of fall! Welcome fall and all! We’ve been waiting for you!
Today on Decorating Tips And Tricks we are talking about CURB APPEAL AND HOW TO GET IT. What a perfect topic for today’s’ post!
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Now let’s make our homes have lots of fall curb appeal!
The day I took these images it was pouring buckets and buckets. Actually, most of them I took from the car. And here’s a little insight to just what a blogger will go to get pictures. I drove my car around my front lawn, rolled down the window and shot the pictures from the driver’s seat of the car!
The best time to take outdoor pictures is when it is cloudy, but this puts a whole new spin on taking pictures! The rain made everything looks so vibrant!
An Indian Corn Wreath makes such a big statement on the front door! You can make this wreath too! Click HERE for the tutorial!
It’s having a bad hair day… just like me! The rain puffed up the husks! And I think it makes the wreath look really pretty!
A leafy garland frames the door and little pumpkins sit on the ledge of the transom!
On a trip to Savannah (oh, I love this girly city and get back when I can) I noticed initials on the transoms of many front doors. And of course, I fell in love with this personal detail. So I ordered a frosted letter cling on “P” for our last name. It has held up for years. And every time I look at it I remember my second favorite city!
This image gives you a good look at the faux leaf and bittersweet garland. The garland came from a local shop.
I filled the porch urns and galvanized buckets with mums, flowering cabbage, and pumpkins!
This little chair was my great grandmothers. I painted it a chippy black and moved my pumpkin totem to the chair.
One of the best things we (and when I say “we” I mean Bobby) did this fall was to put hooks in the ceiling of the porch so we can hang these lanterns!
I have battery operated candles on timers so they go on at dusk and stay on until we go to bed. I love the little glow they give off at night!
I’d love to hear how you decorate your front door for fall!
Today is HOME STYLE SATURDAY. We are bringing your our archived best. A big thanks to my friend Lory from DESIGNTHUSIAM. Check out her beautiful blog and all the great ideas from my HSS friends!