9 Simple Fall Front Porch Decor Ideas
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9 Simple Fall Porch Decor Ideas

Looking for some fall porch decor ideas? Wait until you see these simple ways to style your porch for fall.

Isn’t decorating for the seasons so fun?

I just finished decorating my porch for fall and love how it turned out.

Inspired by what I did last year, I replanted my container garden with this new look.

For this year’s fall porch decor, I added lots of garden mums, pansies, pumpkins and gourds.

And I can’t wait to show you how it looks!

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9 Simple Fall Porch Decor Ideas

I’m so excited to be joining my good friends in the Fabulous Fall Porch Decor Tour. If you stopped by from Amy’s over at the Cuter Tudor welcome to my home and garden. She is such a great friend and has the most beautiful home!

Fall Porch Decor Idea

When we renovated our home 15 years ago, we considered adding a full sized front porch onto our home. It was high on the priority list, but there were other things we wanted to add to our home too.

And it wasn’t all within our budget.

So we had to make some decisions.

9 Simple Fall Front Porch Decor Ideas

In lieu of having a full covered front porch, we opted for rounded brick paver steps with expansive gardens.

Not the same I know, but we opted for other amenities instead.

Someday I’ll have that big covered porch.

But this is what I have now and I love it!

9 Simple Fall Front Porch Decor Ideas

When my kids were little, I used to sit here and watch them play in the front yard. Or watch them ride their bikes up and down the street.

Now I sit here among my cottage garden flowers and watch my dogs run around.

Let’s hope the dogs don’t wreck my pumpkins and gourds like they did a few years ago. You won’t believe what they did!

9 Simple Fall Front Porch Decor Ideas

It’s sometimes challenging to decorate the front porch because the steps are rounded and my gardens are so expansive.

I want to decorate the front porch but keep it balanced with the front garden.

Whatever I do, it can’t compete with the front walkway garden.

Decorating With Outdoor Fall Decor

When I’m choosing my outdoor fall decor, I start with the fall colors that are emerging in the cottage garden.

Some years its purple and burgundy.

In others, it could be reds and oranges.

This year, yellows, pinks and purples are the inspiration.

And since I wanted to do something different from last year’s neutral front porch vibe.

This year’s outdoor fall decor is going a little bolder.

So I started with these gorgeous urns filled with lots of pretty fall flowers and foliage.

9 Simple Fall Front Porch Decor ideas

Then added several a few bright colored yellow mums.

Tucked in some fun pumpkins and gourds with some purple, blue, yellow and white pansies

9 Simple Fall Front Porch Decor Ideas

And that’s it!

As the gardening season winds down, I’ll transplant the mums and pansies into the ground so they last a little longer.

But for now, I’m loving the look!

 

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Fall Porch Decor Tour

I am really excited to team up with my talented friends to bring you more fall porch decor ideas. Check out their beautiful homes below to see more fall porch decor inspiration.

And thanks for stopping by my front porch today! Be sure and stop by my good friend Kelly’s at The Tattered Pew who is the next stop on the Fabulous Fall Porch Decor Tour!

Fabulous Fall Porch Decor Tour

Wait Until You See These Amazing Fall Porch Decor Ideas!

Bricks ‘n Blooms // White Arrows Home // The Ponds Farmhouse

The Curated Farmhouse // Down Shiloh Road

Cuter Tudor // The Tattered Pew // J Dub By Design

Simply2Moms // Itty Bitty Farmhouse

 

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22 Comments

    1. Thanks so much ladies! I love working with you both and enjoyed your tour and all of your tips!!! Have a fun weekend! xoxo

  1. Oh Stacy what a stunning Fall entrance you have created! Between all the pumpkins and flowers I could stare at it all day! Crossing my fingers your dogs stay away this year!😆 Pinned!

    1. Thanks so much Kelly!!! It was so fun hopping with you again! They are too much – I’ve seen her sniffing around them! LOL! Have the best weekend!!! xoxoxo

  2. Stacy – your porch is gorgeous and blends seamlessly with your beautiful gardens. I love your rounded steps … they’re bring a uniqueness enhances the charm. You’ve inspired me to get out in our 90+ heat and buy pumpkins to add to my porch! xo

  3. Okay Stacey I know you live in NJ. Give me your secrets. Squirrels have eaten one pumpkin so far. They also ate our neighbors.

    We don’t buy mums anymore because for us they don’t make it and I figured out it’s because they don’t get enough sun.

    How do you get Pansies to not get eaten in the ground either? Rabbits, Squirrels not to mention deer eat ours

    Your gardens are beautiful help this fellow Jersey girl.

    Cindy

    1. Thanks so much Cindy!! I recently figured out that the squirrels eat the pumpkins but not gourds! I decorated with gourds last year and they never touched them – so far so good this year too! If I put any kind of pumpkin out they hollow them out! I spray my pansies with deer out to keep the deer away and they do really well! They come back every spring! I wrote a whole blog about garden mums – I am not their biggest fan as a garden plant but they are good for short-term decorating and that’s about it! I know they can be planted in the ground and can come back – I’ve done it before. But to me, they aren’t worth the effort or the garden space – they are only meant to last a short period of time (fall) so I buy them in late Sept or October so they will last longer.

    1. Hi Beth!! I’m sorry I just missed it! I will look for it next week! I’d love to join you guys! Thank you for inviting me! xoxoxo

  4. Stacy, your porch looks amazing! All the different kinds of pumpkins are spectacular! And when you add in the beautiful walkway up to the porch, it’s simply stunning!! Thanks for including me in the tour!!

    1. Thank you so much Kristin!!! I’m so glad you joined us for the hop! It was so fun to see how everyone decorates! Have the best day!! xoxoxo

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