6 Fall Porches We Love

Looking for some fall porch inspiration? Whether you have a balcony, a wraparound porch, or just a small stoop, you can add fall touches to your space with pumpkins, mums, and cornstalks.

1. Farmhouse Touches

Image courtesy of House of Hawthornes. 

Easily achieve a farmhouse look this fall with a few simple accessories. We love the traditional farmhouse decor pieces to decorate this space. Vintage furniture, a quilt to make things cozy, farm tools, galvanized buckets, and fruit baskets all add up to the quintessential fall farmhouse porch. See more from House of Hawthornes.

2. Neutral Elements Add Up

Image courtesy of An Oregon Cottage.

Fall decorating doesn't have to be orange. This pale yellow house from An Oregon Cottage looks fabulous with the subtle colors of the white and green pumpkins and hydrangeas to create a soft and neutral fall porch that will easily extend past Halloween.

3. Neutral Fall Decor from the Garden

Image courtesy of Hymns and Verses. 

This fall porch is so inviting with natural elements in soft colors and textures. We love the vintage elements like a nutcracker and drink dispenser. These simple touches add to the welcoming feeling this neutral color scheme evokes. See more ideas from Hymns & Verses.

4. Traditional Mums and Pumpkins

Image courtesy of Refresh Restyle.

Mums and pumpkins are the traditional accents for fall. A simple symmetrical display, like this one from Refresh Restyle, creates an inviting statement on any front porch. We love this setup of a perfectly framed door and festive steps. Use mums of the same color and similar-size pumpkins, and place them on opposite sides of steps and doorways to create this look and feel.

5. Add a Large Container

If you have the space, add a large container like a wheelbarrow or wagon to your porch. Fill it with an assortment of fall elements, such as bittersweet, pumpkins, gourds, and leaves. We love the idea of adding a message to the pumpkins! This decoration can easily span the fall holidays, taking you right through Thanksgiving.

6. Frame Your Door

If you don't have a large porch to decorate, think vertically -- add cornstalks and a leaf garland around the door. This vertical display will give you a big impact without taking up a lot of space.

Create a rainbow of autumnal hues with this simple-to-make wreath. Use dried leaves, fresh flowers, and pine cones to create an ombre design that'll stand out from the street.


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