The 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. I look forward to BBQs with family and friends, parades, ice cold drinks and of course, evenings spent on the front porch watching fireworks! This year I wanted to decorate my 4th of July front porch for the occasion. Creating curb appeal can add up quickly, so I focused on finding items that are budget friendly. Listed below are 4 ways to accessorize a front porch for under $100.
Tips on Decorating Your 4th of July Front Porch
I love wreaths, but this year I wanted something with a little more variety for my 4th of July front porch. So, I created this "let freedom ring" door hanger. Freedom is my handwriting and then I designed the sign around it. This has been hung using a magnetic door hanger.
This sign is layered, making it easy to create a 2 toned look. We are selling these in our shop as well! Click here!
Pillows are a fun way to bring in color as well as pattern that is less costly. I found these pillows for only $5 each, Score!!
I bought these artificial boxwood trees from IKEA this spring; I love how versatile they are.
I brighten up my flower pots by adding flags. Something simple that adds classy style on a budget!
Hanging a banner helps to accent and highlight the front entrance of my 4th of July front porch. This piece was purchased at the Dollar Store.
With my 4th of July front porch in mind, I also designed my Freedom star in white and blue to give more variety. This has been hung using a brick clip (affiliate link). You can also hang this using a siding clip. Don't these look amazing against the brick backdrop?
These signs are the perfect addition for mantles, doors, or entry tables! Since these Freedom stars are so lightweight, they can easily be hung with command strips. You can buy our sign here.
I hope this has helped you to create the perfect 4th of July front porch this year!