Oh how I love fall- the warm colors, the cozy boots and sweaters, the football games, the cider. All of it.
I have dreams of having a large front porch and my very own pumpkin patch someday on a big piece of property in the country. But for today, I raided a local farmer’s shop for the most beautiful fairytale pumpkins and made them right at home out here on our sweet little stoop.
I wanted to change up my door this year so I made a little DIY fresh wreath (tutorial coming) and added this preserved silal wreath from Trader Joe’s with beautiful autumn colors over the top.
I didn’t get around to writing on my chalkboard out here yet. Maybe I will, or maybe I will just wait until Christmastime and do something fun for the holidays.
I set out to buy white mums a few days ago, but I loved these deep, rich red and orange ones. They just felt so delicious and warm, and I ended up loving the way they paired with the muted pumpkins. I feel like my pictures don’t do them justice.
I didn’t have enough pots or buckets to hold all of my mums, so I just wrapped the buckets they came in with scrap fabric I’ve had on hand for years. I think I might add a plaid throw to the chair.
I just think pumpkins are so cute. Can you guess which ones my hubby picked out? I’ll give you a hint- they probably weigh as much as all of my children combined. 🙂
The sun was quickly setting as I was taking these pictures. I am still trying to learn how to take pictures in low light, so I snapped a couple. It was so peaceful out here. I hope people feel that way when they come to my door.
Here are 15 more porches all cozied up for fall. I hope you get a chance to visit. I love how each is unique and so inviting!