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Happy Friday! I hope you’re doing well! It felt like we had a million random things going on this week. So busy. I’m looking forward to the weekend so that I can catch my breath! Also so that I can finish decorating. My house is a fall explosion at the moment. Ha. I have so many fun things to share! If only I didn’t need to sleep.. that would solve a lot of problems. Do you ever feel that way!? :)
Sidenote: Aren’t these pumpkin chargers the cutest!? I think so too. :)
I’m sharing some fun fall porch ideas today! This was last year’s porch decor and I think I’ll do something similar this fall because I want to use my lighted maple trees again. So excited to pull them out and to see pumpkins popping up in stores!
I added the cute happy halloween garland and some bats in October. Now we’re talking. :)
The best part was seeing the pretty tree lights and candles click on at night! They added such a cozy glow. (My trees are on sale at the moment!)
The year before I went a slightly different direction. My fall porch was simple and GREEN. Not quite as traditional but I absolutely loved the change!
I use stools some years to add variety in the height of my pumpkins. :)
Combining different shades of the same color is always a decorating win! Especially when the color is green. ;) Some hanging witch hats would be cute with this set up too right!?
One year I used more whites and purples and loved that look for fall. So many fun options this time of year!
Nothing like beautiful mums with a hey there pumpkin mat. :)
Traditional black and orange! Always a good thing in October. :)
Stacking pumpkins on top of each other is another fun idea.
So is writing a cute Halloween message on a chalkboard! Cobwebs are easy to draw so I recommend sticking with them if you aren’t an artist like me. Ha.
I’ve never met a stripe I didn’t like. Did you know that? Especially in the fall. :)
I hope these porch pictures gave you a few ideas! It’s always so fun to get creative with outdoor holiday decor. I rounded up more fun options below! Faux trees, mums, lanterns, wreaths, mats and bats. My favorites for a spooky (or not so spooky) fall porch. :) Happy decorating whenever you choose to start!