10 Fall Outdoor Decor Ideas

Fall is one of the most fun seasons to adorn our front porches for – the colors are rich and warm and nature provides plenty of decor elements for us to incorporate – plump pumpkins, rustic corn husks and beautiful blooming mums.

Here are just a few of our favorite fall front porch decorating ideas with tips and tricks to get the look. Using elements from summer decor, you can transform your porch into a warm and inviting celebration of the autumn season.

1. Fill your summer planters with mums for a splash of seasonal color. Stack pumpkins in varying sizes on your porch steps and voila – a fall front porch brought to you by nature. We love the pumpkins in the gutters in this photo – a fun, unexpected detail (make sure they are cleaned out first).

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2. Find a fun twist on tradition with gold-leafed and metallic pumpkins and gourds. Painting pumpkins is a fun fall activity for you and the kids – and the end result is a super-chic fall front porch.

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3. Hanging paper lanterns in clusters looks beautiful on this front porch. Its an easy way tot fill space on your porch. We love that this front porch created a fall look with a modern twist focusing on the yellow hues of the seasons. Gold painted pumpkins and succulents give it an ultra modern feel too.

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4. Fall greenery! Embrace the harvest season and ask one of the farmers at your local farmers market for some fresh corn stalks for your front porch. You often see corn stalks dried – but we love the farm fresh look of green ones.

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5. This is a Stylish Patina tested and true fall decorating idea – stacking pumpkins right in the middle of your summer planters. It’s easy and beautiful and will carry you through the fall season until Thanksgiving!

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6. Baskets of bounty! You can score large baskets at Home Goods and Target for great deals and load them up with pumpkins, fall gourds and mums for easy and elegant front porch decor.

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7. Simple but chic – this is a true Southern inspired front porch. Having a neutral front porch palette all year lets you toss in a few seasonal elements – like pumpkins – for a quick and easy fall look.

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8. Halloween-themed front porches are a fun way to welcome October. We love this spooky front porch because its more fall than Halloween and the few Halloween elements can be swapped out after all hallow’s eve for a autumnal entryway through the Thanksgiving season.

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9. Painted pumpkins! This is an adorable idea for welcoming your guests – paint your house number on pumpkins. We love the state pumpkin too, show some local pride. Paint the with chalk paint.

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10. In a hurry? These fall wreaths and front door decor are the perfect way to celebrate the season. We love the old rake repurposed as a door hanger, the group of pumpkins nestled in a green moss wreath, and the sunburst of corn husks!

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For more fall decorating ideas, browse our pins on Pinterest! And keep your eyes peeled to the blog, we’ll be serving up lots of fall decor ideas in the coming weeks.

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One Response to 10 Fall Outdoor Decor Ideas

  1. Gina says:

    Do you know the original sources of the photos? Or did I overlook them? I wanted to “pin” a couple but prefer to “pin” from the original source. 🙂 I love your blog by the way. My daughter lives in Falls Church and I want to visit your store sometime while I am in town. It’s actually pretty close to where she lives!! Haha, I think I even sent her there to buy some chalk paint once. 🙂

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