This year we’re inspired by the softer side of fall. Faded rust, brown, green and of course, white pumpkins form the base of our fall front porch decor this year!
I don’t know about you, but one of my absolute favorite things to decorate for fall is the front porch. There is just something about a porch all decked out with lots of pumpkins and a pretty wreath that gets me in the mood for the season!
I took my cues from the inside decor this year, and stuck with the warm but slightly muted colors I used in my family room and kitchen. In years past, I did a ton of orange pumpkins outside, as well as lots of Halloween decor when the kids were younger.
But now, I’m going more for a toned-down look. It’s a little less decorated, but still feels seasonal and ready to celebrate fall!
Hudson says welcome!
Heirloom pumpkins, as well as pink squash and white pumpkins adorn both sides of the porch. I love those pink ones!
I picked the wreaths because I just love the colors. I wanted a wreath that had some muted orange and white, as well as greens and these were exactly what I was looking for!
White and orange mums add to the color mix with the pumpkins. If it’s too early for pumpkins in your area, you can use faux until they’re available. Sometimes I mix the faux and the real together to get a more generous look!
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