Front Porch: Updated Fall Decor | stesha rose.
Thursday, October 11, 2018

Front Porch: Updated Fall Decor


Hello! Today I am FINALLY sharing our front porch Fall decor. I decorated for the first time last fall, (you can read that post here) and tried to update it each season. Obviously Fall is the best of all and this year I think I stepped it up another notch.  Give me allll the pumpkins you can! I was able to snag a couple "pastel" pink and green pumpkins from our local orchard, and if you have been following on instagram you would have seen we went to a pumpkin patch over the weekend and got these bright orange ones for carving. The more pumpkins the better... right?! 

Also, if you have been following on instagram stories, you would have seen that I was on the search for a new front door mat... ALL OVER TOWN! It is such a challenge sometimes living in Canada where shipping and duties will cost you a fortune. I can not justify $80 a door mat, so I did some exploring and searching and came up with this orange "gather together" mat and a secondary rug underneath for some dimension. 


(these two knuckle heads are so used to being posed for photos they literally won't get out of the way until I pick up Levi, and Coors just won't move!)

I found Brookswood + Co Farmhouse Etsy shop on instagram and they ended up sending me this adorable "hay rides, pumpkins, apple cider" sign. I had been keeping an eye out for a taller sign for the left side of the door (the door is off centered because I was firm on a walk-in closet and smaller living room...priorities when you live in 807 sq ft!) and when I came across Brookswood + Co  I knew it was the one. They also have some of the cutest signs at an affordable price, plus are CANADIAN here in BC so triple win!

How do you'll like the front grass?! It only took 8 months for the walkway and grass to get put in but I am happier than ever now. We spend a lot of time in the morning out front because it gets the most sun. My walkway inspo was from Pinterest, we actually ended up pouring our own concrete steps instead of buying them because A. all the ones I liked were way over priced, and B. the ones in our price range didn't have the look I wanted so we did a little DIY. I am more than pleased for how it turned out. Now lets just hope the snow stays away for a couple more weeks! 

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