When it comes to decorating your front porch for autumn, you can be as extravagant or as simple as you’d like. Incorporating fall decorations at the entry of your home will add color and a welcoming seasonal feeling when friends and family visit. If you’re not sure how big or small to go, here are four creative ways to bring fall to your front door.
Lights are an easy way to brighten up any outdoor space. Adding colored fairy lights at your entryway can add some spice to your porch and show off your decorations even after you’ve gone to bed. Lanterns are another light feature that can bring a fall vibe to your porch. Don’t want to light the lanterns? Fill them with mini-pumpkins!
2. All the pumpkins:
Speaking of pumpkins…they are definitely the most popular and prevalent fall symbol. There is no better way to usher in the autumn season than by adding lots of pumpkins to your porch. The nice thing about pumpkins is that they come in all shapes, sizes and even colors! And incorporating pinecones and gourds with them makes for a simple and affordable way to add to your fall look. You could even have a craft day with the kids and paint your pumpkins and pinecones!
3. Fall flowers:
Flowers are a great outdoor decoration because they thrive in natural conditions. Whether it’s sunny or rainy, they add color to any setting. You can place one large sunflower in a vase on the porch or add whole pot of mums out on the stoop. Either way, flowers are always a colorful and simple way to decorate for fall.
4. The extras:
If you want to go above and beyond decorating for fall, there are several fall symbols you can use to decorate your front porch and outdoor living areas. Put a scarecrow next to your front door or a park bench with a fuzzy blanket in the yard to enjoy the nice fall weather. Or hang a string of autumn leaves around your door frame.
Welcome others into your American Legend home with a beautiful autumn hello. Decorating your American Legend outdoor living space can be as creative and fun as you make it. No matter how you choose to add fall decor around your front porch, just have fun with it.