FALL In Love With Your Front Porch

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Fall is officially here! Trick or treaters will soon be at your doorstep while family and friends visit to celebrate the holidays. What is the one space they will all see? The doorstep! The front porch is one of the first things people see when they approach your home. From the door mat to exterior lighting, I’ve got you covered!

Door Bells

Fall Door Bell Options

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Door bells are actually really inexpensive and a pretty one will definitely be noticed (by people like me anyway)!

Outdoor Wall Lights – Under $100

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I prefer lighting more than anything when it comes to changing up a look. Replacing an outdated or faded light fixture can add instant curb appeal to your house. These lights would be a pretty addition to any home and are all under $100!

Door Mats

Rug Combos

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I am loving the layered rug looks for your front porch, it gives it more personality and depth. Especially loving the plaid which is perfect for fall. I just ordered the monogrammed one from Frontgate (1) but it won’t arrive until mid October.

Lantern Decor

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Lanterns are the perfect compliment to your front porch. I use the faux candles on a timer to come on around 6pm (also to account for the fall time change). I think they add a perfect welcoming glow!

Fall Accessories 

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If you have a cute bench or chair on your front porch, a fun fall pillow is the perfect accent. I especially like the first and second pillows paired together.

That’s it! I am still waiting on the arrival of our new rug and then I will share our front porch decor. I’m loving these crisp cool nights to walk around the neighborhood and peek in windows enjoy the fresh fall air! 😁

 

 

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