Fall front porch decor on a budget.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted on my blog. As usual, life gets hectic and crazy during the summer. Now that the kids are back in school I’m looking forward to getting into a routine.
I have also been busy with remodeling and decorating our home. We received our keys last year on Halloween. So, this is our first Fall in our new home. I’ve been having so much fun decorating our front porch for Fall that I wanted to show you how I did it on a budget.
My first inspiration piece was an owl rug that I found at Ross for only $6.99. Owls make me smile so I knew my front porch would be centered around owls. I even made a wreath for our front door that included a big metal owl.
The next thing I focused on was adding beautiful fall flowers and cute baskets. I purchased all my flowers, fake pumpkins, metal baskets, and apple baskets at Walmart. The flowers cost me anywhere between $1.98 to $4.98.
The table and chairs I’ve had for a couple of years and I was so happy that I was able to use them on our small front porch. I purchased the chairs and little red table from Big Lots. I’ve had a lot of fun finding seasonal pillows to dress them up with. I purchased these cute outdoor pillows from Walmart for only $5.00 ea.
The little basket with mums and pumpkin also came from Walmart.
Recently, I visited a cute little town near where I live called Sumner. They have the cutest little shops with all kinds of handcrafted goodies. I found this Owl at one of those stores for $39.99. He definitely was splurge for the front porch but he was just too cute to pass up.
Last year, I made a sign to put on my fire place mantel at our old townhouse. This year, I decided it looked better out on the front porch next to my favorite blue planter. I made that sign with items from Michaels crafts.
I rounded out my Fall front porch decor with a few items from Goodwill. The cute little tea light pumpkin was $1.99 and the black lantern I purchased awhile ago for $6.99.
The two cute metal baskets and the two apple baskets were purchased from Walmart. The tin bucket that looks like a pumpkin face was $7.44 and the other one that looked like a vintage spice pumpkin was $5.98. The large apple basket was $6.98 and the small one was $4.98. The straw bale was also purchased at Walmart for $7.97.
I’ve had this cute little flag for several seasons and Snoopy fits right in out by the side walk.
So, for roughly $100.00, I was able to transform my front porch into Fall. I hope you enjoyed the pictures and, hopefully, it gave you some ideas for your own Fall front porch.
I can’t wait to show you what I have planned for Halloween!
Thanks so much for stopping by!