Unique Fall Porch Ideas

November 3, 2015

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Boo Fall front door. FairhopeYes . . . it’s still 80° here at the beginning of November, so I’ve been dreaming about ways to “fall-up” the porch without looking predictable. Here are some great fall porch ideas I found on Pinterest. This porch above, from Our Vintage Home Love was a big winner because it omitted the predictable orange and used the old ladder. I also love how the porch itself is painted.

 

Give thanks white pumpkin. Classic, clean decorating idea for autumn. Fairhope Supply Co. This “Give Thanks” white pumpkin is classic and simple and I found it on The Glitter Guide. You could even personalize it further by putting a welcome message to your family! “Welcome Clodhoppers! Don’t stay too long!”    I mean, “Welcome Smiths.”

 

rustic wood cut-out pumpkins. Perfect for decorating your front porch. Fairhope Supply Co.

This cute idea from Finding Home   reminds me of the time my sweet husband was cutting out wood pumpkins similar to these for me to paint and use to make something cute, when all of the sudden . . . there was a trip to the hospital. Stitches. Agony. Drama. Guilt. Oh, great guilt every year when I pulled those pumpkins out. Ahh. Memories.


Cornhusks and pumpkin combined to make a beautiful arrangement. Perfect for Autumn. Indeed Decor came up with this simple and stunning corn shuck arrangement. Love-love it!

 

Twig letter for your front door decor. Perfect for fall weather. I found this “C” for “cute” stick letter tutorial on Hello Little House. We don’t have a lot of fall color here, but we do have a lot of sticks!

 

Unique fall porch ideas from Fairhope Supply Co. Corn husks by the front door are always welcoming!And although this is a bit more traditional, I think it’s beautiful. I follow Thoughts From Alice on Instagram, and she is always full of great, beautiful ideas like this.

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Do you decorate your front porch for Autumn? What’s your style?

A coastal fall is best of all! Fairhope Supply Co. , Fairhope Alabama.

And don’t forget to take a look (and follow) my “Autumn in the South” Pinterest board!

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  1. What beautiful porches decorated for fall! Hard to pick a favorite! Love the last photo! Hope your week is off to a wonderful start! 🙂 ~Rhonda

    1. I’m ready for one day where I can wear a sweater from morning until night without dying of heat!
      Is that so much to ask for?

    1. I remember one year, my pumpkins stayed fresh for so long, I actually stacked them up and made a snowman!

  2. Love your pumpkin on the pier vignette Leslie Anne! I pinned a few things from your Pinterest board to one I created today, Coastal Thanksgiving… I love the first photo with the boo and the ladder too~

    1. I’m thinking of separating the “Autumn in the South” Pinterest board into a Halloween and a Thanksgiving section. So many things to worry about like that when you live in America.

  3. I just have out some gourds , pumpkins and mums. All have been on the porch for a while so they are starting to look rather forlorn! Thanks for sharing some alternatives. And yes it is still hot here as well…in the 70s which I will miss next week when the temps drop!!

    1. Yes, I just saw we’ll get rain this weekend which will bump us out of the 80’s into the 70’s. My pumpkins are also starting to wilt a bit. I’m keeping an eye on them so they don’t rot.

  4. I love decorating outside for fall even moreso than for Christmas. Granted, with one treasure in college and the second treasure just turning 16, the outside of my house will have to be content with the odd pumpkin and some pansies for my pots on the front. It sure seems I have other things to spend money on these days. Hope you are able to enjoy some day with less humidity but that are not too cold.

  5. Wow! What a heap of fall gorgeousness! I’m loving that simple strip of burlap holding the wreath on the door in the first pic.
    My fall decorating has mostly just happened inside this year. I do usually like to do up the outside, but it just hasn’t happened yet this year, except for the falling real leaves.
    Thanks for sharing the inspiration!
    Judy

    1. Inside is the only place that feels like fall around here anyway — thanks to air conditioning! You did good to get that part of the house done and leave the rest to Mother Nature!

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