Fall Front Porch

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The fall decorating continues this week at our house! I’m serious that when I was decorating the porch with fall decor I was sweating so bad, I had to keep going inside for air conditioning and water breaks, but none the less I got my fall fix this week & for those of you who want summer to stick around I’m sure you are thinking I deserved to sweat to death for welcoming fall so soon 😉 If you didn’t see our fall dining room earlier this week, you can see the full post {here}. Here is a little glimpse of the room…


Be sure to check out the full post. After the dining room, I had the urge to keep decorating for fall so I moved onto our front porch. Our front porch is quite large, but I wanted to keep it really simple & cozy for the fall. And by the way we can not find pumpkins yet anywhere in our area, so I had to get creative.

Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
I bought this 1800’s church pew on a local garage sale site for $40! Can you believe that? It was never intended for the front porch, but when we bought it, we just plopped it down here & it’s been here ever since. It’s over 11 feet long!! I love this piece & I’m sure we get some weird stares from people who drive by haha.

Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
The deer pillows are from The little Boston Printe Shoppe on Etsy, The tribal pillows are from Target, the two afghans are antiques, pumpkins are michael’s and walmart, the mums are from Lowes, & the flower pots are from Target.

Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
Fall porch - lizmarieblog.com
The ottoman is an antique that I found at a thrift store, The glass jars were thrifted, & the wreath was a DIY project. The nice thing about decorating the front porch for fall was the fact that I already had most of the items around the house already.

The wreath was also a quick DIY project made from all items that I found at Michael’s craft store. What do you think of our fall porch? Have you started decorating for fall yet? I can’t wait for cooler weather & to sit out on our front porch snuggled up and drinking some hot apple cider. I love fall. Leave a comment below, find me on facebook, or chat with me on Instagram I would love to talk about all things Fall 🙂



Be sure to visit the rest of the bloggers this week as they share their own Autumn inspiration during our Seasons of Home week. I can’t wait to see what they’ve all prepared!  Here’s the schedule …

Monday – AKA Design

Tuesday – Town and Country Living

Wednesday – Craftberry Bush

Thursday – Ella Claire Inspired and Liz Marie Blog

Friday – City Farmhouse and Finding Silver Pennies

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  4. Sue Z.

    I’m probably wrong here, but I’m venturing a guess on the acorns, and how you made them.
    Large plastic Easter eggs, with sections of burlap glued to them.
    The acorn caps are made from pine cones that have been taken apart, then the singular pieces glued around to make the caps.
    A piece of twig as the stem.
    They definitely are cute!

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