Happy Friday! This wasn’t a planned blog post, but I like being casual on Fridays so I thought I’d keep the blog causal too :) I looked out at my porch the other day and realized that I have had three different fall porch designs since September. That may seem a little crazy and overboard, but at the same time it has made sense and I actually didn’t make that many changes to complete the three different looks. I started with our early fall porch, then went into Halloween and now a late fall/Thanksgiving porch. I thought it would be fun to show you how transitioning your fall porch can be super easy!
Thanksgiving Porch Decor
Here is how my porch looks today. At least for a few more weeks until I completely redo it for Christmas! The blush pink tones from our early fall porch faded away (more realistically my pink mums shriveled up), so after I took down our Halloween Porch I brought out these deep Burgundy mums for a little pop of dark earth tones for Thanksgiving.
Transitioning Your Fall Porch
Here is a peek at how my porch started in the beginning of fall. I planted these huge dramatic grasses in tall black pots and placed a neutral jute rug as a door mat. Those were my base items for all three looks.
As Halloween approached, I just made a few tweaks to turn it into something a little cute and spooky! I removed all the pink, added this BOO Door Mat, restocked the pumpkins and added a few other Halloween elements. And in this case I simply added a crow to the existing wreath! But otherwise the base items still stayed the same.
Now today, it’s taken on the look of a little more late fall and is all ready for Thanksgiving! I added the red mums and put up a new red pinecone wreath and that is IT! This wreath will actually stay up here for the holidays and a new transition will begin.
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