I got into a discussion with my older sister who used to live in this house, (our childhood home we recently purchased,) that your doors should stay a neutral “safe” color so you can go crazy with colorful accents. I asked her why not have both? I put my space together like my coral doors were still yellow, (still not neutral but they coordinated with autumn time well!,) and whaddya know? I like it! You can also scroll down to see 13 other fall porches from other home decor bloggers whose doors may not be as bright as mine. 😉
To start, I made these DIY Pumpkin Embroidery Hoop Wreaths that subtly inform guests that it’s fall time.
I have a pretty vast collection of faux pumpkins… white, orange, wooden, plastic, small, large, teeny, bright, neutral, etc. I decided to pair them all together and see what it looked like! Here’s one look on my outdoor table:And here’s the other:
I love to make coordinating piles and tend to decorate in the 3’s so you can see the above picture is really 4 coordinates pairing instead of a mis-mash of pumpkins! (Which would have been okay with me, too!)I think my handmade sign pulls the oranges/creams/yellows together and I love how it POPS against the pink! I’ll eventually add some mums into the mix when they come in season but for now, I think I won the argument that you CAN have bright doors and still make holiday decor work! 😉
Check out 13 other front porches decked out for fall by our talented group of blogger pals, just click on the name below the picture and hop around for ideas to spruce up your own outdoor space!
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