September 8, 2019

Our Fall Porch in Years Past

Fall is in the air at last! Yesterday we had rain and a crispness in the air that got me excited for the changing seasons. One of my favorite ways to kick off fall– setting the scene on my front porch at the #staggreno.

Before I tackle this year’s decor, I wanted to take a look at our fall porch in years past. Each year is a little bit different. Here’s how we’ve decorated for fall the past few years.

Mums are one of my favorite fall flowers to fill our planters. I always get a lot of questions about our planters so I’ve linked them. We switch out the plants every season. My favorite place to buy these deep red mums is my local Costco. You’ve got to get there early because they go fast, but you can’t beat the price. And they are huge!

A different year, a different look on the porch.

This year was much more simplistic. The fall colors felt neutral and soft. We put ornamental cabbages, grasses, and a few flowers in the planters. They were really hearty and lasted all fall long!

The first year we lived in the #staggreno , I went with a traditional orange and black theme.

Can’t wait to show you this year’s setup! We have a photo shoot here this week and it needs to be fully fall before this weekend. A tip: Trader Joes gets their pumpkins early, and they are really reasonable. You’ll spend half what you would somewhere else!

Happy Fall, y’all!


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