Happy Fall, Y’all! I know it was only a month ago I shared our before and after summer porch updates, but in honor of MY FAVORITE SEASON EVER I made a few changes to the scenery. Today I am sharing photos of our fall porch setup for your inspiration. Everything in this post was found at a thrift store, repurposed, or bought on a budget, so this is something you can do without breaking your bank!
In trying to be more conscious about spending, and limiting the amount of STUFF we have without sacrificing style, I first looked at everything I already owned. From last year’s fall porch setup I had these white pumpkins, and this wreath. If you are not close to a Michaels, I also found some white pumpkins in assorted sizes here on Amazon. The wreath is staying the same because I feel like it transitions well from spring to fall, but I’ll have to find something new for Christmastime/winter.
Then I ventured forth to the thrift store. I found the table for $15, along with the copper pot and vase, and the milk glass vase pictured. The cream-colored cable-knit pillows I found for $3 each, and the baskets for the pots of perrennials were around the same price. There are a million variations on cable-knit pillows at Target and on Amazon, but they are a little pricier. Everything in total from the thrift store was about $45.
I moved on to Produce Junction for the flowers, greenery, and bale of hay. Total was about $26.
The light fixture I finally ordered online and picked up at Home Depot the same day. It was about $50 and you can find it on their website here or on amazon here. While there I purchased copper spray paint to update the table, and manila rope to tie back the curtains.
What else? Oh, I made the rope ties using this image that I cannot find anymore so I’m just going to drop a screenshot in (sorry):
Wishing you the best week!