A Southern Porch Reveal for Spring 2014


I was inspired by a Forsythia Wreath I saw in Blogland, and decided to make my own. That then inspired me to use a red, yellow and white color scheme for my Spring Porch design. I used a combination of red primroses, yellow marigolds and pansies and white candy tuft. Come on over and see how I incorporated it all into my "the little porch that could." :)
A vintage red wire basket holds an assortment of Spring flowers and plants as well as a small chalkboard label and a vintage garden tool.
A vintage red wire basket holds an assortment of Spring flowers and plants as well as a small chalkboard label and a vintage garden tool.
A handmade birds nest filled with speckled eggs accents a forsythia wreath.
A handmade birds nest filled with speckled eggs accents a forsythia wreath.
New red cushions adds a pop of color to white painted rockers.
New red cushions adds a pop of color to white painted rockers.
The red striped outdoor rug I added last Summer still looks great.
The red striped outdoor rug I added last Summer still looks great.
Garden bunnies and flower-planted urns stand guard on each side of the front door.
Garden bunnies and flower-planted urns stand guard on each side of the front door.
Our "little porch that could."
Our "little porch that could."
The Everyday Home/Barb Garrett

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  • Julie irons
    on Mar 26, 2014

    Hi, Your porch looks lovely I wish we did this in the UK!

  • Carol
    on Apr 12, 2014

    Looks like a fun, cheerful place to sit and visit with friends.

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