They say not to judge a book by it’s cover, but what about the front porch? It’s the first impression guests have when they approach your door. It gives them a glimpse of what they might find inside.
It it the perfect place to show your style, welcome in friends, and give your house a little extra curb appeal. Here are 15 decorations for your porch that are such to make you smile.
I love love love this bright yellow bench. It is so bright and welcoming. Small potted plants and colorful pillows bring everything together.
No pots? No problem! Use an old pair of boots as a great way to hold florals on the front porch. I love these types of faux flowers are great for outdoor decor because they are sturdy and bright, perfect for the porch!
My love of pallets runs deep, but this is one of my all time favorite uses for old pallets. Nourish tiny plants until they are big enough to move to a planter pot. I especially love the ones in mason jars so you can see the soil. Such a beautiful display for a porch.
Empty birdbath? Not any more. Fill it up with beautiful florals and bright nest eggs. What a beautiful welcome to your guests.
Add height to planter boxes by adding tall curving vines to your display.
Use old drawers to create planters and plant stands. You can drill holes in the bottom and plant directly in the drawer, or fill the drawers with a variety of potted plants.
I have a birdcage that is similar to this, but it’s so big I have a hard time deciding how to fill it. I love this idea because it’s big, colorful, and looks beautiful inside or out.
Did you know how beautiful cinder blocks and wood planks could be? I didn’t. What a simple (and inexpensive) way to add height to your front porch decor.
This wagon is one of my favorite ideas. I love the combination of the old wagon with the new bright flowers. I also absolutely love the hanging planter that sits high above to add visual interest and height.
Don’t underestimate the power of a hanging plant. This fern is absolutely beautiful and grows nicely even in a shaded porch.
I love a pop of white included in outdoor décor. Bright white tulips and beautiful clean eggs are a great way to enhance home décor and keep it is so simple.
If you have pillars near your front porch, you absolutely need mason jars. You can gather flowers from around your property, or even use faux flowers to create this beautiful farmhouse look.
Who says that a baker’s rack has to stay inside? Bring it out and add a whole new look to your front porch
If you live in an area that makes it difficult to plant spring blooms, succulents can be a great option. I also love using these tree stumps as a way to add height and interest to the front porch.
This is a bright, welcoming, and beautiful spring front porch. I especially love the carrots on the door, what a fun alternative to your basic wreath.