Thinking about fall is so exciting with its cooler temperature, changing leaves, brisk nights and fire pit to enjoy. The colors of fall is so amazing that you should decorate your house during fall. You can start from the porch. Porch is one of the important spots to decorate especially for the changes of season. It gives a nice impression to all people at home, including your guests. It is like you are welcoming everyone with a more inviting decor on the porch. If you wonder what things to do to decorate your porch during fall, you even can start from some inexpensive and easy DIY projects. The projects below surely will make everyone amaze and at the same time envy.
DIY Lovely Fall Front Porch Centerpiece
Do you have a table on the porch?
If so, it is the time to crate a lovely centerpiece with few pieces on hands. You will need a small pumpkin, gourd, pinecones, feathers, and leaves. It looks great to dress up the table with nice wicker basket that you fill with gourds and pumpkins as your fall decor. It is an inexpensive way to add the autumn touch to the porch, as well.
DIY Adorable Polka Dot Front Porch
The polka dot pillows and pumpkins below are so adorable that adds the welcoming touch to the fall front porch. If you need to buy pillows, we recommend you to go with orange and white. After that, you can add other elements for fall like gourds and pumpkin. Throw some burlap and a bow on the door to give a rustic touch, too. The theme is easy to achieve that you can even get these things from farmer’s markets or hobby stores.
DIY Little Chalkboard Front Porch
This DIY project is inexpensive and simple that you can make a little chalkboard to add a welcoming touch to your fall porch. It also comes with a nice word “Happy Fall Y’all” and you can use other messages that you want. What you should do is creating the chalkboard from an inexpensive picture frame and add any message you want. After that, you can complete it with some gourds and pumpkins.
DIY Great Rustic Cornstalk
Go to the local farmer’s market or the farmers to get some cornstalks. If you haul them away, they would be happy that they do not even to ask you some money. The cornstalks can be a nice fall decor to complete the entryway to your home. It looks great for decorating that you can add in the yard or on the porch. Simply, tie up a few cornstalks with burlap or twine.
DIY Inexpensive Word Pillows
The DIY pillows here are a nice addition for the front porch that even looks great for Halloween, too. They are easy to make and they are a cheap project to do. To start, you need a few pillows and then use stencils along with spray paint to decorate.
DIY Inviting Porch Dining Table
Fall is about warm and inviting meal for family and therefore, you can take that concept as the way to decorate your beautiful front porch. If your porch has a table to use, set it like you have a Thanksgiving dinner inside. You can add unbreakable plates, white tablecloth, white pumpkins, and gourds. This is an amazing display that will make your porch is so inviting for everyone.
DIY Perfect Crate Porch Display
With the use of some old wooden crates, you can create perfect porch display with a rustic touch. You just have to stand the crates up. After that, fill them with gourds, pumpkins, and any other else that matches with fall. It is possible to use them as planters. If you have no idea to buy old crates, you can go to the flea markets, farmers’ markets, thrift stores, and others.
Beautiful DIY Lighting
Look at this DIY lighting that looks so beautiful and light up the front door. The owner used string wire above the door and he weaved grapevine around the wire to add nice clear Christmas lights to give a soft glow. For this project, you can even add other things like twigs and fall leaves.
DIY Easy Leaf Decoration
A wicker basket filled with fall leaves adds just the right touch of autumn to your front porch. This is such a quick and easy decoration. You can get wicker baskets at the Dollar Store or Walmart pretty cheap if you don’t already have one on hand. Just head out into the yard and fill the basket with fall leaves and even a few pinecones.
DIY Wonderful Herringbone Doormat
You have an ordinary doormat, don’t you?
If you do not mind to have a brand new door mat you buy at home improvement store, add any design you want to create a nice fall themed mat. After that, tape it off and paint the doormat to create beautiful fall colors, oranges and brown. A plain doormat looks good if you use some acrylic paints to make a herringbone design. This project can be completed after spending less than $15.