Adding curb appeal for fall is one of my absolutely favorite things to do! Also, I just love the fall season. Colors changing, crisp cool weather that hasn’t turned freezing yet, fun decor, etc. So, I went to go grocery shopping and just outside the front door were these heirloom pumpkins. And of course, I couldn’t pass them up! It is safe to say I left with more pumpkins than food… oops!
Adding Curb Appeal for Fall Front Porch
I love the soft colors of these pumpkins. They stack so perfectly! I feel like you can never go wrong with pumpkins for the fall season. They encompass Halloween and Thanksgiving so nicely!
Use seasonal plants and flowers. My succulents on my table were in need of some sun so I moved them out front and I love the texture they add. You can also use faux succulents. Click here for my favorite ones. Also, you can see them in my tablescape here.
Well, then it happened again. I was going grocery shopping and ended up filling my cart with mums instead. I found these awesome giant mums at Walmart of all places. The large mum was $15 and the smaller one was $10. So, the great thing about mums is if you want to plant them they will come back year after year. Another bonus – that darling wicker basket I found at a thrift store for $3 and the other buckets I had in my basement. If you can use things you have lying around, it definitely will save on your budget for adding curb appeal for fall.
And these Mums have 2 colors in them… FUN!!
A simple cutout or fall phrase can be the perfect accessory for creating curb appeal. I also placed our gather sign on the brick outside of my house. I have a special attachment to this sign, because this was my first sign I had ever handwritten and then cut out! Plus, it is the perfect addition to our fall front porch! This gather cutout is 34″ long x 22″ tall and you can buy your own in our Shop here.
To add a little bit of height I used my other milk painted ammo box. In addition, you can never go wrong with adding some kind of dimension, whether it be milk cans, crates, or even a metal ammo box. You can see the full post here.
My total cost for some major additions of fall curb appeal was around $68 total. The rest of the items I found and repurposed in my home. Another tidbit to remember is that having neutral pieces and accenting them with smaller pieces or pops of color is really the best and most frugal way to change up your decor.