As far as seasons go, fall is one of the greatest times for decor! The warm colors are beautiful, the Earth gives us things like fallen branches, pumpkins, leaves and pine cones to decorate with, and with the kids back to school, there is a little bit more free time to craft (hopefully)! Despite the wide range of projects you can decorate your front porch with, a lot of people go straight for the wreath. Be different this year and get inspired by these 7 projects for your porch that aren’t wreaths!
”I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” -L.M. Montgomery
Pomegranate Door Display
This adorable door display is made with dried pomegranates (which are in season in the fall) and gilded leaves. It’s understated and beautiful, a perfect display for your front door this season.
Welcome Burlap Bag
Who said a burlap bag couldn’t be a stylish statement? Not us! And definitely not the ladies from At The Picket Fence, who filled the welcoming bag with fall flowers as a variation from the typical fall porch decor.
Corn and Husk Garland
While a more common approach to using corn as front porch decor would be arranging them for door decor, creating garland for the porch is both easy and beautiful!
Tray Welcome Sign
This project is much easier than it looks! An old tray and some chalkboard paint and this door decor is set to go! You can even change it seasonally with new garland.
Fall Flower Can
This project is easy and can be done with things around the home or inexpensive additions from the dollar store! A tin can, styrofoam, fall silk flowers and ribbon are all you need for a great door hanger or can even be used as a centerpiece!
Fall Front Door Arch
If you are feeling more ambitious for your fall door decor, you can make this incredibly beautiful arch made of fallen tree limbs and other fall decor.
Painted Fall Doormat DIY
Looking for something easy to make your porch beautiful without too much effort? This incredibly easy DIY will walk you through making a perfect doormat for the fall season!
As we leave the summer season and enter into fall, put away those summer clothes and summer decor and get started on your own fall decor. Share your projects with us on Facebook!