Autumn is quickly approaching, and with that comes fall porch decor! Nothing quite says its fall like pumpkin spice lattes and fall porch décor. Check out these fall porch décor ideas to use on your own porches this fall. Be the cutest and coziest house on the block!
Pumpkins are the ultimate fall porch decoration! Tis’ the spooky season! Pumpkins look great on any porch. Buy a few pumpkins of varying sizes and leave them on the porch as decorations. Once October comes nearer, you can carve them!
Gourds are usually smaller than pumpkins. Gourds come in different sizes and colors, which is a good contrast against the typical orange, red, and yellow fall colors. Mix the gourds in with the pumpkins for an extra added accent colors.
Sunflowers are bright and beautiful! Sunflowers typically bloom at the end of summer, which makes sunflowers a good transition decoration from late summer to early fall. Plus, the color of the sunflower fits in well with the fall porch décor colors.
A square barrel of hay brings all the pumpkin patch and corn maze vibes to your own front porch! Get a bushel of hay or two, and arrange out of them. It would look cute to stack them by the door, and then stack pumpkins or other decorations around the hay.
5. Decorative Fall Patio Furniture Pillows
If you have a bench or chairs on your porch, try adding decorative pillows to the chairs. This assists in the level of comfort. This could be an opportunity to add in an accent color, a cute saying, or pattern.
Lanterns have been trendy for a while now. Get a large empty decorative lantern to put by the door. Either leave the lantern empty, or feel free to put fall décor inside.
Hang a wreath on the door! Fall wreathes are so cute, and can be very eye catching. Choose a wreath carefully, and make sure it matches with the other fall porch décor.
8. Fake Fall Leaves
Falling leaves in one of the best things about fall! Bring the aesthetic of the changing leaves to your own front porch by using fake leaves. Fake leaves can be draped around the door, or on the railing of the porch if there is one. There are tons of other uses for using leaves. Just get creative.
A door mat looks great in front of the door. Get a door mat that matches with the other fall porch décor.
Get a large wooden sign with a cute fall saying on it to put next to an arrangement of fall porch décor.
Keep the crows away from your porch this fall by getting a scarecrow. Scarecrows are totally cute. Try to DIY a scarecrow or purchase one at your local store. This would look adorable propped up by a front door, or some corn stalks.
Get a cast iron bench, then decorate the bench with a cute cushion, and even a throw blanket. Decorate around the bench, and have the bench serve as a center piece.
Mums are the flower of the fall. Mums come in white, yellow, orange, lavender, purple, and red. These colors match perfectly for fall colors. Get a planter and put the mums in it. Mix and match colors for the best results.
Baskets can be used for many different things. Get creative. Wicker baskets would look super cute. Baskets can be used as tables too. Flip the basket over, and then place decorations on top.
15. String Lights
String lights across the porch to brighten up the area. You want your decorations to be able to be seen at night. Get cute lights and string them in a zig zag formation across the porch. This decoration is functional and adorable.
16. Porch Swing
If you already have a porch swing decorate it. If you do not have a porch swing think about purchasing it. Porch swings are like the lazy boys of patio furniture. Throw cute fal décor on the porch swing to add the proper touch.
17. Plaid Throw Blanket
Plaid is huge in the fall, especially black and white plaid this past year. Get a plaid blanket to drape over any patio furniture. If there are other plaid accents, this will help draw everything together.
18. Old Vintage Wagon
A vintage wagon is a statement piece, and very fall décor appropriate. There is something nostalgic about getting an old wagon, and then using it to carry around the pumpkins at the pumpkin patch.
19. Corn Stalks Around Porch Pillars
Corn Stalks around porch pillars are adorable. Place the corn stalks around the pillar, and then secure with a bow. Corn stalks can also be put up around a fence for decoration.
20. Rocking Chairs
Rocking chairs are a great option to have instead of typical chairs. Pass candy out this Halloween while seated in luxury. Rocking chairs look adorable for a front porch. If possible purchase two rocking chairs, and place a small table between them.
Burlap is everything in the fall! Buy a roll of ribbon made from burlap at your local craft store, and get to decorating.
22. Plaid Ribbon
Plaid is an iconic fall print. If burlap bows aren’t doing the trick go to the closest craft store and pick up plaid ribbon. Use it wherever you see fit.
23. Wooden Crates
Wooden crates can be used in different ways. Wooden crates can be turned over and stacked for decoration. They can be used as a planter box.
24. Watering Can
Get an old tin watering can and keep it by flowers or plants that are on the porch.
25. Chalkboard Sign
Get a chalkboard sign to keep on the porch. Write a cute fall phrase on the sign. This decoration can be used throughout the year as well, just change what the sign says.
26. Fall Banner
Get a banner that says fall to hang somewhere on the porch! This can be draped on the front of the porch.
27. Wooden Ladder
Wooden ladders are a popular decoration for inside the house, but who says they must be strictly an indoor decoration. Prop up a wooden ladder against the house, and hang a folded blanket from the rungs.
28. Stacked Pumpkin Address Sign
This is such an amazing craft idea. Buy three or four mini pumpkins. Cut the stems off, and then stack the pumpkins. Hot glue may be necessary. Either paint the numbers of the address or use felt to cut out numbers. Hot glue onto the pumpkins.
29. Rustic Wagon Wheel
A rustic wagon wheel is another one of those decorations that just makes you feel like you are at a pumpkin patch. This looks great on a porch propped up against a wall maybe with pumpkins around it.
30. Pumpkin Planters
This idea is a great craft idea. There are several ways to turn a pumpkin into a planter. The simplest is to carve a wide whole in the top of the pumpkin. Remove the stem. Scoop out the insides of the pumpkin. Place a small pot in the bottom of the pumpkin upside. On top of that stack the pot with the actual plant in it on top. This way the plant seems like it is coming out of the pumpkin.