Fall Décor That will Boost Your Curb Appeal
If you are looking to spruce up the front of your house with fall décor, this is the blog for you! There are many ways to breathe new life into your entryway, from pumpkins to planters. There are ideas for fall decorations all over the internet and I would like to share a few of my favorites.
Container gardens are a quick way to add some fall foliage to your outside décor. Succulents and perennials offer warm tones that welcome the season. In the Pacific Northwest you can make planters that will delight in the kitchen, using vegetables like rainbow chard which will continue to grow as you after you harvest leaves. If you are looking for a low maintenance plant to add a quick pop of color to your doorstep, mums make for a great addition. You can even add pumpkins planters and gardens to show your holiday festivity. Houzz has more ideas and photo inspiration to help plan your fall planters.
Hanging a wreath is a simple way to add fall colors to your porch. Wreaths that include leaves and gourds will give your door a traditional color scheme with oranges or reds. If you are looking to maintain your home’s chic appeal, try a wreath made of birch branches or paint pumpkins white and set them on your stoop.
House numbers are often one of the first things that people see when approaching your home. Metal is a great material to use when considering house numbers, as it is durable and will last for a number of years. You can transform these ordinary digits into extraordinary by putting your own unique spin on them. Placing them on an object in front of your home will make them stand out for anticipated guests. Some great locations include large rockery, fence posts and plants. If you are looking for a cozy way to incorporate the numbers into your porch, embroider a pillow to place on your patio furniture. If you are want to maintain a festive feeling for the season, paint the numbers onto a pumpkin. If you want to see some of the ways numbers can be incorporated to update your home, click here >>