Tuesday, October 17, 2017

My Vintage Fall Front Porch


I was finally able to pull together my fall front porch.
Better later than never, right?


Essentials: pretty potted mums and lots of pumpkins.

To hide the ugly plastic container the mum came in, I hid it in a vintage ash bucket.

I had to saw down a larger ladder to get this one for my front porch.  I also had to dig through totes of blankets to finally find the one plaid one I remembered owning.


I still can't get over how much I love this green chair.  Found on the 127 Yard Sale this year.

These mums are hiding in an antique firkin and sap bucket.


I'm not a big wreath person, so when I saw Pam's fall front porch, I knew I had the solution with a vintage bushel basket lid.





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Melissa

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8 comments:

  1. Very pretty! I love your front door with the pretty iron
    work. I can't wait to see your Christmas porch. �� That little green chair is so cute. It is a great piece to use for Christmas too!

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  2. Love your vintage nesting instincts on display, Melissa! A cool collection on the porch.

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  3. Lovely mix of vintage and pumpkins/cornstalks. It makes your home look very welcoming.

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  4. Beautiful and so inviting! I love your front storm door with the side panels matching. I have thought of putting up something like this! Very secure looking and pretty too. Could you tell me where you purchased? Thanks so much.

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  5. Such a great vintage porch, Melissa! Pinning!

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  6. Love it all Melissa! That green chair is aa real beauty. Also love the ladder with the plaid quilt. I might have to put mine out on the porch for Christmas. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  7. Melissa, your vintage porch is just perfect. You can do so much with it since it is covered. I love that green chair, the ladder, and the beautiful mums in vintage containers. Thank you for sharing at Snickerdoodle.

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