Friends, it is finally time to share our Fall front porch. To be honest, I was a little hesitant because our front porch changes a bit from September all the way into December. I switch things around, get more pumpkins, carve pumpkins, etc. There’s just a lot going on, but I thought it would be fun to share the base of what I’m working with going into the fall months, especially because we’re about to redecorate for Halloween!
I will have everything I can find online linked below. I ordered all of my whiskey barrel planters and lanterns on Amazon. They had such a great selection!
Our door wreaths are quite old, but I found identical ones on Amazon. Earlier this year, I found the whiskey barrel planters and decided to have six. They anchor the space nicely, and I can add small touches around them that make it look cozy.
I have three outdoor lanterns on the steps, although I had planned to have some taller 16-inch lanterns next to the largest planters. They were sold out before I purchased them, so I’ll keep an eye out for next year!
So far, I’ve added a few white and green pumpkins on the steps and one orange pumpkin on the sidewalk. Rest assured, there are more coming. We have a trip to a pumpkin patch planned for next week & some faux jack-o-lanterns that I put out during Halloween. All the pumpkins and small decor items will get rearranged as I put more out on the steps.
I found similar replacements for our cast iron frog and gnome. The frog is very old. It was my grandmother’s and, as the saying goes, they just don’t make them like they used to. It is near impossible to find something similar online, but you might be able to find something at a local garden store. I have yet to find anything that comes close to being this heavy and sturdy.
And lastly, how could I not include a picture of the most amazing mum I’ve ever purchased. I had zero clue that this huge mum had three different colors in it. It has purple, rust, and orange. I have been trying so hard to keep these two huge mums alive. One pot had an ant hill in it, and I’m afraid it’s going to limp along until mid-October and then be done. Fingers crossed that I can keep them going until Halloween.
Thanks for checking out my fall front porch. It’s one of my favorite things to decorate during the fall season!
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