Friday, September 21, 2018

Fall Front Porch on a budget with vintage finds

I am so excited to share the fall front porch that I decorated on a budget with vintage items.


fall front porch decor on a budget with vintage finds





Decorating your porch for fall doesn't have to break the bank.  

When decorating for fall, I like to use what I have- especially vintage stuffs. Then I add a few well placed pumpkins and mums to get the look I want,  without spending a ton of money.



fall front porch decor on a budget with vintage finds


My vintage wooden ladder plant holder  is continuing to hold a few plants from the summer.


fall front porch decor on a budget with vintage finds


I also used a vintage mailbox,  on top of a wooden crate, filled with a grass plant (from Lowes) along with DIY glittered branches and some faux stems.


fall front porch decor on a budget with vintage mailbox


Find Florals and Pumpkins where it is most convenient for you

You do not have to go to a Farmers Market or spend all day in the Pumpkin Patch and spend a jillion dollars on farm fresh pumpkins, gourds and mums.  Hey- if that's your jam, then go for it.

But my time and budget is limited. I have to shop when and where I can.




As I shared on Instagram, I found a few plants/flowers at exceptional prices at Lowes.

With some mums from Walmart that I placed in vintage buckets, I think I spent a total of $12 for all of the plants on my porch.



fall front porch decor on a budget with vintage finds


I picked up the pumpkins for less than $4 at Target while I was there getting a prescription.  I'm all about saving time and money.


fall front porch decor on a budget layered porch rugs


I'm not sure I can call myself a blogger if I don't have a black and white buffalo check rug layered underneath my welcome mat. 


fall front porch decor on a budget lighted leaf garland


I added a leaf garland to a strand of outdoor grapevine ball lights.  I love the way it looks lit up at night.  Nothing here was groundbreaking or super expensive.  With just a tiny bit of effort you can Decorate your Front Porch for Fall and craft the decor you want.

1 comment:

  1. Everything looks so inviting! I love mums... they are so colorful, inexpensive and they last way into the far end of fall!

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