Adding Fall Color to your front porch and door. Take full advantage of nature’s beautiful colors of gold, orange, rust, and burnt read with these favorite fall front door ideas.
Last week I posted this Adding Fall Color to the Front Door
with a research picture I found as inspiration. I didn’t want to dig up the shrubs in the two large planters and they’re too heavy to move so I opted on adding color with pumpkins and mums. I also wanted to do this project as economically as possible. I already had the pumpkins and scarecrow. I purchased two mums at $4.47 each and the sunflowers for $3.47.
ADDING FALL COLOR
Woven baskets create a texture-rich display that warms up the look of potted plants. Be sure to include various plant colors and shapes along with trailing vines.
I like to include gourds and pumpkins (even a scarecrow) at the entryway during the fall.
I’ll add our jack-o-lantern here on the left side of the door later.
The front door defines an entry. Therefore, highlight your door with a wreath or arrangement. I removed the hydrangeas I had in this cone for the summer and replace them with these bright sunflowers.
For fall, I plan to add a large Jack-o-lantern that the boys and I carve when pumpkins go on sale.