There are two weeks left before autumn, and it’s high time to change the summer decorations of your beautiful porch onto fall ones. And here are some cool tips: first of all, pumpkins! Use them for décor as you like – put them on the steps, on the porch, or put some vintage sideboard or even a trolley and all your pretty vegetables on it, it can be even cauliflower! Fall wreaths are amazing – make some personalized wreaths yourself using colors and materials you want, it can be anything from burlap to dried apples. Wanna make an unexpected accent? Make a scarecrow and put it on your porch! The scarecrow can have a pumpkin instead of head. Have a look at more fall porch designs below and get inspired!
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Arrange a pretty pumpkin centerpiece right on your porch' furniture.
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Throw some pillows with popular this season words.
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Pumpkins, gourd, plum colored mums in a stone urn, and sheaf of wheat are a simple yet effective display you could arrange.
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Gourds, pumpkins, crates and fall blooms is an ultimate mix to build a seasonal "altar".
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Fall veggies could be used to decorate your kitchen and any outdoor space too.
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Add several pumpkins, lanterns, cornstalks and late blooms for subtle fall porch decor.
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Layering natural textures works miracles when you want to create a cozy outdoor setup.
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Mixing pumpkins and gourds is more than enough for a perfect outdoor decor.
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Stone vases are perfect things for cute, little fall arrangements.
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DIY barnwood harvest sign is a quite popular project for the porch surrounded with fall foliage.
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Plaid blankets are perfect additions to porch' seating furniture when evenings become colder and colder.
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For a small porch you won't need more than a single wood crate, one lantern, a pumpkin and a faux leaves garland.
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Scarecrow is a cool porch addition if the space allows.
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Welcome your guests with a simple DIY garland.
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Light toned pumpkins are perfect for a subtle monochrome porch decor.
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An oversized "Welcome" sign would definitely become a centerpiece of your Fall arrangement.
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Plant seasonal flowers in planters and arrange them on your steps.
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Halves of vintage barrels is an interesting alternative to planers and vases people usually put on their porches.
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Draw scary faces on your Fall pumpkin decor and the transition to Halloween won't be a problem.
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Cornstalks are a great background for colorful things like pumpkins.
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Add wheat and other products of harvest to your Fall arrangments.
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To make it count, plant fall flowers into large buckets.
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Make sure your decor is symmetrical on either side of the door for a more sophisticated look.
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Throw a plaid blanket or a pillow over your porch furniture to make it cozy.
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Welcome your guests with a chalkboard door and faux leaves garland over it.
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Gray and beige colors are perfect for modern and chic look.
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Dried twigs, pumpkins and late blooms is a perfect combo for any kind of outdoor decorations.
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A simple grapevine wreath is an awesome way to decorate your front door.