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Valentine’s Day porch decor

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If you’ve seen our sneak peek on Instagram, you’ll know this is the last post seeing my happy mustard yellow front doors! They got bit by the Valentine’s Day bug and are now a pretty coral color! I LOVE them!! (Pun intended.) I’m not huge on holiday decor all over the house but do enjoy decorating the front porch and my dining room shelves. I simplified my Valentine’s Day shelves and adopted the same style for my porch.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

I brought my coral table to the front door and swapped my Christmas trees for fresh ferns in my olive buckets. I kept my boxwood wreaths but traded the buffalo check for floral ribbon instead. I raided Target’s Dollar Spot and nabbed these pom pom and heart garlands for $3/each.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

I don’t have Kristi’s amazing chalk art abilities so I quickly sketched some hearts and a be mine on my chalkboard. I added a pom pom ribbon (also from Target) and draped it across the top for a little pop of pink. I love me some succulents so of course they’re scattered around.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Simple Valentine's Day porch decor. Love this colorful front porch with pops of pink and red for Valentine's Day outdoor decor ideas.

Visit more of our Valentine’s Day ideas like our Succulent Centerpiece,

Valentine's Day succulent planter centerpiece. Easy to assemble: pot succulents into an old tool box, add felt heart sticks to accessorize. Love this easy Valentine's Day decor!

plus last year’s mantel decor,

Easy Valentines Day mantel. Layer an empty frame, quick 14 sign for Valentine's Day mantel decor then fill in with random coordinating accessories. Love this easy Valentine's Day mantel!

and these yummy Raspberry Cream Brownie Trifles for Two, mmm!

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24 Comments

    1. Hi! My current front door color is Cupcake Pink from Behr. The blue paint was mixed at Home Depot. It’s a custom color match, the code is: 417152525780

      Thank you! xo

  1. My front door is the same color. I have a small porch but I love the wreath and the small table with plants.

  2. Love, love, so cheerful and bright. You must live in a warm climate my porch is dusted in newly fallen snow, ha, ha!

  3. I like your front porch especially the side table. I am northern Canadian so I won’t see my front porch until Easter.

    Having that table there is not only pretty its practical what a great idea.

    Happy Valentines. Leanna

  4. Very festive! I usually decorate my porch for Valentines. This year it has been so darn cold that I hung a wreath on the door and left it at that. Winter décor will stay till it warms up. 🙂 Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

  5. Cute, fresh, and romantic for Valentines! I love the simple garland because it really pops against the yellow front doors (love those, too). The greenery and the heart also add to the Valentine charm.

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