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Simple Fall Front Porch

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We are supposed to finally get some cooler temps this week and I cannot wait! I am so ready for sweater weather! Mom and I are continuing to decorate for fall and this past weekend I did a simple fall front porch. It was so humid out I was sweating like crazy haha. It certainly didn’t feel like fall, but I love pulling into the driveway and seeing the decor.

At my old house, we had a massive front porch, which I do miss from time to time. My space in the new house is definitely a lot smaller. That is why I wanted to keep things simple for my fall decorations. The trade off to not having a large front porch is to having a pretty great screened in porch in the back. We’ll take it!

Lucky Finds

Mom had given me this apple basket a few years ago and it is perfect for fall decor. The mums were honestly a little scarce, at least the crimson colored ones, but luckily I found one. I just love this color for fall.

The “Hello Pumpkin” welcome mat was another lucky find. I had never heard of Bealls before, but we had a new one open up near us and it’s kind of like a TJ Maxx or Ross. I found this cutie there.

Of course my fall decor wouldn’t be complete without a couple of HomeGoods finds from years past, like this “Hello Fall” sign.

I had a few leftover painted pumpkins from my mantel project and thought they would work for my simple fall front porch too.

Mom also gave me this rustic vintage crate awhile ago and I’ve used it plenty of times for my fall and winter decor.

If you saw my post last week, then you know that I also was duplicating my embroidery hoop wreath from a few years back. They aren’t a perfect match, but they do compliment one another really well and I love how they turned out.

Although it is a smaller space than I have been used to, I think my fall front porch turned out pretty cute. You don’t always need a ton of decor to be festive.

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