Updated on August 24, 2019

You remember from an earlier post Updating your Front Porch, the door is now washed with my favorite color, coral. With the change of season, I’ve made a few tweaks, that I think look great with the new door color. Here are my Fall Decor Ideas for the Front Porch .

Fall Decor Ideas for the Front Porch
White Pumpkins and White Sunflowers greet guests on the Fall Front Porch

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Fall Decor Ideas for the Front Porch

  1. Mums or other Fall Flowers
  2. Pumpkins – white pumpkins are elegant, but my favorite is the Cinderella pumpkin
  3. Fall Wreath for the Front Door

1. Mums or other Fall Flowers

The door tends toward, shall I say BOLD color. Therefore, I chose the softer shades of green, plum and white to usher in the autumn and fall season on the front porch. These mums had me a “blush”.

Fall Mums on the Front Porch
Blush Colored Mums and Cabbage Flowers
Fall Mums on the Front Porch
Blush Colored Mums and Cinderella Pumpkins

2. White Pumpkins

The steel topiaries welcomed white baby boo pumpkins,  tucked in and around the succulents that survived and thrived through spring and summer.

White Pumpkins and Succulents for Fall Decor
White Pumpkins and Succulents
White Pumpkins and Succulents for Fall Decor
White Pumpkins, Succulents and a basket of blushed colored mums for the Fall Front Porch

I managed to “skinny-in” (a favorite phrase adopted from a dear friend, and Kindergarten Teacher extraordinaire, Miraculous Marsha, (if you’ve ever watched how she works in a classroom full of Ks you would agree with the name)), a wicker rocker! Tom the Great and I have to take turns as there is just room enough for one on my teeny-tiny “mid-west” porch!

Fall Decor Ideas for the Front Porch
Pumpkins and Succulents on the fall front porch

The pink petunias that cascaded from the twig basket this summer were replaced with soft blush pink mums and a ruffly decorative kale plant. I think Annalisa the Beautiful’s bunny prefers the kale.

Mums and Pumpkins for the Front Porch
Cinderella Pumpkin and Ruffled Kale

3. Fall Welcome Wreath

I updated the wreath on the door for fall as well. By swapping out my spring-themed “Welcome Friends” sign for a wooden white pumpkin,  and exchanging the pink flowers for of a couple of glitter sunflowers, I’ve easily transformed the wreath for fall.

Fall Decor Ideas for the Front Porch
Fall Wreath with wooden white pumpkin and white sunflowers
White Sunflower Fall Wreath
Wooden White Pumpkin Welcome Sign

I tried to stick with the softer shades of fall. But, who in the world could blame a life long lover of orange for purchasing a couple of these stunning Celosia?

White Pumpkins and Mums for Fall Front Porch Decor
White pumpkins, succulents, and Celosia

I hope you’ve enjoyed the close-up look at our Front Porch. Please come back as I will soon be giving a tour of the living room and my master bedroom with their own touches of Autumn!

Enjoy Today!
Love y’all,

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Lori Nell

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    • Southern Nell Gracious Living

      Reply

      Thank you, Janet. I had fun with that door color while it lasted!

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  9. blissranch

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    How pretty, and I’m not sure I’ve ever seen blush colored mums. They are perfect for your porch.

    • Southern Nell Gracious Living

      Reply

      Thank you. They were beautiful. I look for these every year and have found them only two times. This is a few years back and my beautiful coral door is no more! I refinished a vintage wood doors from the 1950s. Thank you for checking out the blog!!

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