Monday, July 2, 2018

HOME | REFRESHING THE PORCH FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY

When my husband and I were having our house built, one of the features that I got super excited about is the porch.  We don't have a full, Southern porch, but it's still quite big.  My favorite part of the porch is the stairs.  They are very wide and bordered with white porch railings.  I love the brick, white railing, and our black double front doors.  It's such a classic style, and it really suits us.



I've been planning to spruce up the porch for the month of July, so I splurged on two wreaths from my absolutely favorite Etsy wreath shop.  Be Wreathed NYC is one of the best wreath shops I've found online.  Natalie, the shop owner, is an absolute pleasure to work with.  She was able to hunt down the burlap for the wreaths I wanted, and she got them to me before July!

Popular North Carolina blogger Rebecca Lately shares her porch refresh for the Fourth of July.  Check it out if you love seasonal decor!

Along with the wreaths, I added some bunting across our long porch railing.  In front of the railings to the left, I replaced our small garden flag with a small, rustic Fourth of July garden flag.

Popular North Carolina blogger Rebecca Lately shares her porch refresh for the Fourth of July.  Check it out if you love seasonal decor!

Popular North Carolina blogger Rebecca Lately shares her porch refresh for the Fourth of July.  Check it out if you love seasonal decor!

Popular North Carolina blogger Rebecca Lately shares her porch refresh for the Fourth of July.  Check it out if you love seasonal decor!

My poor plant urns have been suffering through all this heat.  I removed the dead plants and replaced them with these sweet red, white, and blue flowers.  When I headed to Lowe's on Friday, I wasn't quite sure what I'd find in the way of plants.  Luckily, these are perfect!
Popular North Carolina blogger Rebecca Lately shares her porch refresh for the Fourth of July.  Check it out if you love seasonal decor!

And now I have a question for you!  Is this a helpful post?  Would you like to see seasonal porch pictures?

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