Simple Farmhouse Front Porch

This post is sponsored by our friends at Joss and Main // Hello, darlings! You’ve seen plenty of fall decorating on the inside of our house over the last few weeks, but you didn’t think I’d forget about the outside of our little farmhouse, did you? Our front porch is the first thing you see when you pull into our driveway, so even though it is small, I want it to be welcoming.

I put an old barrel that we pulled from one of our barns next to the door and set some candle lanterns on top for pretty lighting in the evening. I love these little teak stools that I just picked up, which are the perfect size for displaying pumpkins or colorful mums this time of year. The porch is simple, but I think it feels charming and inviting!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

Even though this is our front door, we rarely ever use it. Our side door, which is accessed through our breezeway, is the door we use most often. So of course I had to give this space a little touch of fall too. The same day we pulled that old barrel out of the barn, we also discovered these amazing french doors that I instantly fell in love with. I don’t have a specific place to use them yet, so I set the doors behind our bench and hung a wreath over them. I can’t get over how beautiful these old doors are, and I love that they were originally in one of our family member’s homes… possibly Jeremy’s great grandfather’s home?

I made the bench feel nice and cozy with a super soft flannel blanket and plenty of pillows… a basic burlap pillow, an orange and cream shag pillow, and a beautiful grain sack-inspired pillow. Sitting out here in the evenings wrapped up in a warm sweater watching the colorful autumn sunset is truly magical!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

A beautiful farmhouse front porch decorated with simple touches of fall!

I’m not quite done decorating for fall just yet… stay tuned for another outdoor space coming up soon! Can you guess what it is? : )

Be sure to visit the other bloggers participating in the tour, and I’ll see you again soon for more fall inspiration around our farmhouse!


MORE FROM THE FARMHOUSE HOLIDAY SERIES:

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Ella Claire | City Farmhouse | Rooms For Rent | Shades of Blue Interiors

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My Sweet Savannah | Dear Lillie | Love Grows Wild | Miss Mustard Seed

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Jeanne Oliver | Jennifer Rizzo Design | Kindred Vintage | Liz Marie Blog

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French Country Cottage | Craftberry Bush

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Comments

  1. I adore your front door and I loved that you picked stools which can be reused for so many other things but look adorable holding plants and pumpkins! I think my favorite tho is the reflections of the farm fields in your door glass– you are living the farmhouse dream Liz!

  2. So inviting. Love your fall touches. Those doors!!

  3. It’s been gray and raining for days in SW Michigan but the farmhouse porch series has certainly brought some sunshine into my day. Thank you. SO inspirational!

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