I’ve always loved what front porches represent: family time, relaxation, cold glasses of sweet tea, being a part of the neighborhood. My family’s home when I was growing up had a front porch, and we spent countless hours together there, watching thunder storms, eating ice cream and just enjoying each other’s company. That front porch saw a lot of smiles – and a lot of tears – over the years.
What could make a front porch even better this time of year? Fall decorations! I’ve collected some of my favorite fall front porches below. Hopefully this year I’ll remember to take a picture of ours!
This front porch reminds me so much of how my mom decorated our front porch. She was so creative with this stuff, and she always used hay bales, cornstalks, plenty of pumpkins and a scarecrow.
This is very similar to the front of our house, and I love the simplicity and cleanness of the decor. Inspiration for me this year: white pumpkins and copper-colored mums.
How awesome is the use of the wagon wheel here?
I don’t have a front porch swing, but if I did, this is exactly what it would look it:
I love this “Give Thanks” sign.
Look at all those pumpkins! 108 to be exact 😉
If there is a more “fall” way to welcome people to your home, I’d like to see it!
Pumpkins + marquee letters = win!
Hopefully you have some new inspiration for your front porch this fall. I definitely do!