Because I was going to be away for approximately 2 weeks,
I decided not to decorate my front porch until I returned.
Well, I am back and the porch got a Fall facelift.
One of the first things that I did when we returned home
was to go to the Farmers’ Market. One of my favorite places.
I filled the car with assorted pumpkins and mums
and proceeded to fill the vintage wagon which is a staple on the porch.
The Farmers’ Market has many varieties of pumpkins and gourds.
I love the Cinderella pumpkins.
Mums and Indian corn are abundant.
Filled the vintage watering can with fall foliage.
The vintage door is new to the Fall porch decor, as I purchased it last winter.
Just another door to place a wreath on!
I added cotton to the orange burlap ribbon as I love cotton,
and so happy that cotton grows in this state . . . it is a glorious sight to see.
I thought I would carry out that theme as you will see later in the post
The left side of the porch decorated for Fall.
So let’s move over to the right side of the porch.
Where my “Welcome Friends” pumpkin has been a feature on the porch for many years.
And a blue transferware bowl filled with the beautiful colors of coleus
and creeping jenny.
Kept this side of the porch pretty simple.
And last but not least, the Fall wreaths for this year.
When I was in a shop in St. Simons Island with my friend JoAnn,
we came across a swag of fall leaves and cotton. I loved the look.
Since cotton is prevalent here in the South and harvested in late summer, early fall,
then why not couple it with fall leaves and fall foliage.
Did you notice the reflection in the glass?
It was a beautiful Carolina Blue day!
Happy Fall from my house to yours!
Have a Fabulous Fall day!!
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