I gave you a bit of a sneak peek of the porch with my front porch wreaths here.
Today, I will show you the rest of the porch dressed for Spring.
I began the decorating of the front porch by purchasing two pillows for the settee.
The pillows are from HomeGoods and I chose them for their happy colors.
HomeGoods Happy that is!
The blue vintage transferware bowl holds an array of plants
which I tried to coordinate with the color scheme of the pillows.
Love popping vintage garden tools in containers.
I loved that the pillows were bright and happy and just said Spring.
As you can see in the background, the trees are budded out
and the leaves on the maples are full and colorful.
Petunias of yellow and orange fill the birdbath.
Flowers bring such joy don’t they?
The vintage weathered door remained in the left corner of the porch.
My favorite garden center re-opened and I bought this huge geranium
along with a van load of hanging baskets and plants.
I brought the vintage wagon back to this corner of the porch.
The vintage step ladder/hand truck was relocated to another area
that you will see soon.
I guess you can call this corner of the porch my vintage corner.
With the vintage weathered door and vintage wagon
and my Red Wing crock that houses an abelia plant.
It is great that the pollen (again, hopefully) is over
and I can now begin to dress the other two porches.
Always a fun thing to do.
For the sheer “JOY” of it!
Have a most joyous day!!!
I also want to thank everyone for their very kind comments and congratulatory notes
on my very first magazine feature. It still seems a bit unreal.
And I am still doing cartwheels across the floor!
If you are reading about this for the first time, this is what the cover looks like:
Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday
No Minimalist Here for Share Your Style
On Sutton Place for Sensational Summer Outdoor Spaces
Savvy Southern Style for Wow Us Wednesdays
StoneGable for The Scoop