Simple Front Porch Decor Ideas For Fall

Jenni Ingram
by Jenni Ingram
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Well, it’s officially Fall! With the change of the seasons, a change of decor is always nice.

You know I like to use what I have. The thought of lugging bins and bins of decor from the basement or attic is no fun. I’ve simplified my decor to be in just a few key areas of the house. The front porch is definitely a spot for a bit of decor. With a few small DIY ideas, you can give your porch a face lift for just a few dollars and use what you already have year after after year!

Same pots I had used this past summer.

I love mums. Note: Buy them with as many tightly packed buds as you can as they will last longer! I used two different colors for a bit of contrast and placed kale right in the front of the pot for a bit of texture. 

I had purchased these wooden planters last year on clearance. With a quick coat of paint, I made them match the other blues on the porch, and then topped them with a grapevine wreath, a bit of garland, and a pumpkin. I really like the leafy green garland and how it plays off the green of the kale in the flower pots. 

Here it is with a bright orange pumpkin.

The blues on my porch are a really nice contrast to Fall’s classic colors. 

Layer front door mats for more presesence.

I pulled out my Fall wreath, just another grapevine wreath with some faux Fall flowers, to use again this year.

I even painted a plaid finish “Welcome” sign. 

Fall porch decor – it doesn’t take much to really make your front porch welcoming and ready for Fall!

Want more inspiration? Check out my YouTube Channel tutorials here.

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