Are you dreaming of long fall afternoons spent sipping cider on the porch, bundled in scarves and blankets, reading a great book, watching the leaves change colors and drop, crisp and crunching, to the ground? Yeah me too, and these entry ways and porches are just the place to do any of these!

Think beyond classic orange pumpkins and embrace gourds in off-white, yellow, and lime shades. It’s an out-of-the-box design choice that feels so fresh. The combination of colors and textures brighten up a shady porch with ease. These containers are planted with miscanthus, ‘Wasabi’ coleus, and sweet potato vine in a zippy chartreuse shade.
This front porch pairs pumpkins and kales for a gorgeous, lush welcome—and an inspiring spot for porch sitting. Just add a porch cocktail, and it’s easy to while away the afternoon.

Easily achieve a farmhouse look this fall with a few inexpensive fall decorating ideas. The traditional farmhouse decor pieces that decorate this space are easy to find at your local craft store, and if you get them early enough, you might be able to find them on sale! Vintage furniture, a quilt to make things cozy, farm tools, galvanized buckets, and fruit baskets all add up to the quintessential fall farmhouse porch. 

Think beyond ground-level pumpkin clusters and take your fall porch decor vertical. These pumpkin stacks use ‘Rouge Vif d’Etampes,’ ‘Red Eye,’ ‘Long Island Cheese,’ and ‘One Too Many’ pumpkins and also incorporate leafy kale, cabbages, and bay leaves for contrasting color and texture.

Fall weather makes us crave a cup of tea or a pumpkin spice latte. To make your outdoor fall decorations more functional, include a cozy bench or seating area to sip your beverage of choice on a crisp morning or afternoon. Weatherproof pillows will provide extra comfort and a sturdy blanket will bring warmth. And, of course, the more pumpkins, the merrier!
Spruce up your outdoor space by filling the seats with pillows in autumnal hues.

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