Fall Porch Tour

Amazingly, our flowers survived most of the brutal summer heat only because September brought a ton of rain. Today I’m showing them off for a fall porch tour, as I join a fabulous group of bloggers sharing their fall porches and patios. Whether I’m your first stop, or you’re joining me from White Arrows Home  on the blog tour, I’m thrilled to have you here.

It doesn’t take long to decorate a tiny porch, which is almost big enough for two people to stand on. Well sort of, but that didn’t stop me from squeezing in a few pumpkins.


Front porch vignette with gray, orange and white pumpkins.

My plan of going all monochromatic with the pumpkin decor didn’t happen this year. I was so overwhelmed with the varieties of pumpkins, that I ended up with a round-up of the ones I liked best. That’s the way it should be.


Front porch vignette with an urn, ivy, and pumpkins.


Big pumpkins in orange and gray with flowers in the background.


Finding The Perfect Pumpkin

Every year I pick a favorite pumpkin and this year the pale yellow pumpkin was the big winner with the mini stripped hybrid ones coming in a close second.


Hiding little pumpkin in ivy.


Stacked pumpkins and vines create a cozy porch vignette.


I couldn’t decide on one color for flowers either. At the beginning of summer I planted lots of impatiens going for a splash of color. Coleus and hostas are also in the mix because I love their interesting green leaves.


Cozy fall vignette with pumpkins and a lantern.


Flowers For Color

Being able to mix summer flowers with mums maybe a first for us. It must be true that great things happen in nature when summer meets fall.


Summer flowers and pumpkins on the porch say welcome fall.


A mix of mums and pumpkins leading up to the front door.


My eucalyptus wreath has now moved to the front door. Doesn’t it look great with those gray pumpkins? They are almost the same color. Love it when things like that happen. For details on how I made it, click on Simple Eucalyptus Wreath.


 Eucalyptus wreath on the front door with mums and pumpkins on the porch.


Just for fun, I saved one yellow mum tucking it between the urn and front door for a little pop of color that everyone can see coming and going.


A little basket full of mums stacked on a white pumpkin.


Finishing up the tour is my handsome lantern which is a nice balance to the urn holding ivy. I usually don’t put accessories like this outside because there is little protection from the elements, but I figured short term will be alright.


Yellow mums in a basket stacked on a pumpkin.


Thank you so much for stopping by today, there’s more fall porch and patio inspiration only a click away.



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Follow the Yellow Brick Home | Our Southern Home |A Stroll Thru Life | Poofing The Pillows

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Art and Sand | Have A Daily Cup Of Mrs. Olson | Itsy Bits And Pieces | Panoply

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Decor To Adore | Botanic Bleu | Petite Haus | Celebrate and Decorate

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Belle Bleu Interiors | Virginia Sweet Pea | White Arrows Home | Thistle Key Lane

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The Painted Hinge | The Crowned Goat | Lora Bloomquist | Beauty For Ashes Home

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County Road 407 | My Thrift Store Addiction

Continue with The Painted Hinge and work your way through the beautiful blogs or chick on any links in the InLinkz below. A huge thanks goes to Amber with Follow The Yellow Brick Home for organizing the fall tour for us.










41 thoughts on “Fall Porch Tour

  1. Shannon@Belle Bleu Interiors says:

    Michelle, your flowers are gorgeous! You definitely have a green thumb! I love the way you displayed all of the pretty pumpkins along the porch. It has been so much fun being on the tour with you! Happy Fall!!!

    • Michelle Meyer says:

      I think it was more luck than a green thumb with the flowers, but thank you Shannon. So happy to be on the tour with you! Happy Fall!

  2. Botanic Bleu says:

    Your front door is stunning. All of the pumpkins and garden flowers make your entry so inviting. Footed urns filled with ivy always make me smile. Beautifully done!

    Happy Fall,

    • Michelle Meyer says:

      The flowers are still going strong, even after the tremendous rain we received this week. Thank you so much for your sweet comments Judith. Happy Fall!

    • Michelle Meyer says:

      Thank you Heather! The mums are getting lots of rain today so hopefully they will last a little longer. Great touring with you!

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