Tuesday September 10, 2013
Fall Decorating Ideas – Get Your Front Porch Ready for The Fall Season!
The official start of fall is nearly upon us! While some of us may be sad to see the summer end, there’s always a fun and stylish lining: it’s time to decorate your front porch or outdoor living space for the fall. We’ve collected the “best of the web” for you to enjoy as you contemplate bringing the outside of your home into the fall season!
Outdoor Fall Decorating Idea #1: Use a “fall-themed” wreath to decorate your front door.
An autumn-themed wreath can add a pop of color and bring a seasonal flair to your front porch. Here are a few standouts (just click the image to view more details about these fall wreaths!).
Plow and Hearth Fall Wreaths
Fall Harvest Wreath
Red Maple Leaf Wreath
Harvest Gourd Wreath
Pottery Barn Fall Wreaths
Mixed Leaf Wreath
Harvest Fruits Wreath
Etsy Wreaths for Fall
Fall Wreath with Mini Pumpkins by roseflower48
Sunflower Garden Door Wreath by AWorkofHeartSA
Fall Berry Harvest Wreath by forevermore1
Outdoor Fall Decorating Idea #2: Let Your Decor Reflect the Season!
Don’t be afraid to mix it up! Combine different textures and colors – or even play with a “classic” fall decor item to make it new. Check out the fun ideas below…
Crate & Barrel Fall Decor Ideas:
Large Vine Pumpkin
Fall Maple Leaf Silhouette
Fall Luminarie Gourd – Honey
Outdoor Fall Decorating Idea #3: Change over your plants and planters to reflect the fall.
Even though fall is coming soon, there’s still plenty of time left to plant fall foliage. Hardy flowers in fall colors and autumn-hardy plants can help your outdoor space change with the seasons. Worried that your flowers will be short-lived due to the oncoming fall weather? Don’t be! Many garden centers offer annual flowers at a steep discount in August – making these bright, cheery plants a great investment!
Popular Fall Flowers and Fall Plants:
Here are a few additional websites full of ideas:
Do you have a great autumn-inspired decorating idea for your outdoor space? Let us know by leaving a comment, or share your photos on our Facebook page.