Getting Your Porch Fall Ready

Happy Monday everyone! It’s a gorgeous day in Chicago, and hard to believe we’re rounding out September and soon it will be October. Which is why now is the time to get your fall front porch ready before it’s time to go full out Halloween!

fall front porch

Today I wanted to share what every front porch needs for fall, and where to find the best deals on all my faves! Obviously the first and most important part is the flowers! Nothing says fall like a huge pot of mums on your porch! I also love adding in some pretty kale or cabbage for amazing fall color and texture.

fall flower pots

Right now you can score pretty planters for some amazing deals for your fall front porch.

Next up on my must have list is a pretty doormat and rug for your front door.  I love layering these two together, aim for a 3×5 indoor outdoor rug (so it can be easily cleaned) with a doormat on top. I just got this mat paired with this pretty rug. Here are some of my favorite options for fall!

fall front porch decor

Another must have item for any fall porch is a pretty wreath. I’m all about faux and you can easily hang with a command hook to avoid an over the door wreath hanger. I chose this pretty option, but here are some other faves!

fall front porch decor

Finally, I love adding some pretty lanterns to my fall front porch. Nothing beats the flow of candles especially during this time of year. Don’t forget my favorite outdoor flicker candle that works on a timer so you never have to worry about turning it on or off!

If you like my fall front porch, don’t miss my complete fall home tour or how I transitioned my living room for fall!

Andrea Denes

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  1. Benjamin Moore smoke ember for siding and simply white for trim!!

  2. Hi – I absolutely love your front door. Would you be able to tell me what brand/model it is?

  3. Hi Andrea:
    I love your front door. Can you please tell me where you got it.
    Patty Geerts