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Falling Into Fall

Falling Into Fall

Falling back into the beautiful routines as we slowly slip into the beautiful month of September. This is truly my favourite season. There’s so much to be grateful for…foggy misty mornings, the changing colours of the leaves, migrating butterflies and so much more.

Normally, when you’re styling home decor it’s good to follow the ”rule of three” – putting items in groups of various heights, sizes and textures. This helps draw in your eye without looking too busy.  Pumpkins follow a completely different rule for porch styling – “the more the merrier” rule!

Pick pumpkins of all different sizes, colour, textures and shape. Grab all the different pumpkins because the more you put out the better they will look. Have fun mixing your pumpkins with beautiful potted mums and fall planters.  I love to decorate with the green pumpkins that almost look like giant green peppers, beautiful white pumpkins and the warty goblin pumpkins that look like they almost have something growing on them. The truth is I’ve never met a pumpkin that I didn’t like. There are lots of ways you can get your porch ready for fall but in my opinion, the trick is the more pumpkins the better.

There is no better sign of the autumn season than a beautiful pot of mum’s. They are one of my favourite fall flowers that will brighten any porch with their stunning blooms. This season decorate inside and out with mums. They will bring joy every time you see them. Buy one for a friend or loved one to bring some happiness to there day too.

There are so many great ways you can decorate your front porch this fall season with:

  • Beautiful mums
  • Fall planters
  • Pumpkins
  • Fall wreaths 
  • Cozy doormats

These 5 simple updates will make your porch look warm and inviting this fall season.

Even Dorothy has her fall sweater and is ready for the cozy season. So bundle up, grab your pumpkins and mums, and head outdoors to enjoy the beautiful crispy leaves as they start to fall. 

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