Spring Porch Update

We are lucky to have a small front porch to decorate each season.  Even though I dream of a large front porch with rockers, I do have enough space for a small end table and two chairs, so I enjoy it.  It's a great place to sit when I'm waiting for the school bus or the kids are playing out on the driveway.

We were given a set of wicker furniture several years ago and the two chairs fit perfectly flanking the door.  The settee in the set I added to the back yard and used in a different location.

All it took to get my porch up and running again this spring was a good sweep, a couple of new pillows and flowers.  Don't flowers make all the difference?  I always try to choose a color palette to stick with when I purchase my outdoor flowers.  This year, I chose orange, red, and yellow.

Here is how it looks today.

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To freshen up my wreath, I added a chalkboard with the word welcome on it.  It adds a touch of black which ties into the wicker chairs and house shutters.

Spring Wreath by www.whitecottagehomeandliving.com

What do you do to refresh your porch or outside areas each spring?

To life feeling like home!

XO,

  1. Stacey says:

    Your porch is very pretty. Love your front door.

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