A Natural Scandi-Boho Style Fall Porch

3 Materials
$50
2 Hours
Easy
Hello everyone, let me share my Fall Front Porch with you. This year I was going
for the Scandi-Boho look which I am madly in-love with!
The only new things I purchased for this look is the white macrame wall hanging from Earthbound Products, the grassy plant and of course the pumpkins and gourds. It is always a bit of a challenge creating different looks by using what you already have. Otherwise all of us bloggers would be flat-out broke....haha
The only new things I purchased for this look is the white macrame wall hanging from Earthbound Products, the grassy plant and of course the pumpkins and gourds. It is always a bit of a challenge creating different looks by using what you already have. Otherwise all of us bloggers would be flat-out broke....haha
Some of the things I use over and over again to decorate our outdoor spaces with are old crates, old buckets, tubs and baskets. I don't seem to tire of all the old rubbish I collected over the years from Antique Stores and Craft Fairs.
The pillow, silver lantern and wooden beads are Homegood finds. I placed some battery operated twinkle lights in the little lantern. Twinkle lights make everything better!
These beautiful Cinderella/Fairy Tale pumpkins are my favorite. If you have a Trader Joes in your area, they always carry them this time of year. Not all grocery stores sell them.
I also love to use nature in decor as much as I can. I look for driftwood branches and sticks every time we are out by the water. I wrapped some more battery operated twinkle lights around the large driftwood stick branch.
I think this old typewriter crate ROCKS the little fall vignette
I also love to use furry throws, you can find them at places like Homegoods and Marshalls, TJ Maxx, ect. for pretty inexpensive.
Here is our front door, I was so into decorating the porch that I totally forgot to hang a wreath on the naked door (sniff sniff).
If you are wondering about the chalkboard on the wall, that is a piece of plywood I painted with chalk paint and hung it up. It's fun to personalize it for each season or occasion! I am not creative when it comes to chalkboard writings, so I just copied something I saw on Instagram by Kristi from "Making It In The Mountains".
I have a wire basket hanging from an old pulley on our arch leading to the front porch.
I filled the basket with driftwood, a pumpkin and a couple of tealights.
I love to see the macrame hanging from the inside looking out.
And just because Bugsy is sooo flippin cute laying in front of the kitten toys, I had to post this one as well!!!
Suggested materials:
  • Lantern
  • Stringlights
  • Furs
Christine @ Little Brags
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