You can create a fun seasonal porch with just a few items in no time. This easy spring porch decor has transformed my wintry porch into a spot to watch the flowers bloom!
Even if the weather isn’t saying it’s Spring yet, that shouldn’t stop you from creating a welcoming porch for the season, should it?
I certainly say not!
Do you need tips on how to style a porch? Here’s how I’m saying hello to the season with this Easy Spring Porch Decor.
What I especially love about styling a porch is that it really doesn’t take much effort!
My porch was bland and boring, but by thinking outside the box, and moving things from other outdoor areas to the my front porch,
I was able to create a welcoming spot for guests, or even a comfortable area to sit and relax!
But before we get into all the fun details, I want to say hello to those of you coming here for the first time. If you have hopped over to Noting Grace from Christine’s blog, Little Brags, then welcome, welcome, welcome! You can click here to learn more about me and you can also tour my home. Being that Christine is porch decorating rockstar, I’m not going to lie – I’ve got some serious porch envy every time I see one of her fabulous creations!
Easy Spring Porch Decor
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Last week was all about my front door. I still can’t believe that we added glass to our existing door and gave her a fresh coat of paint! Then I added these ferns to help frame it in. Of course, that bunny-trailed into creating a welcoming porch to throw it all together.
But here’s the thing…. I didn’t want to spend one penny!
It’s because we are about to embark on a colossal DIY of all DIYs in the history of DIY. We are going to be painting the exterior of our home as soon as mother nature cooperates! Limewashing the brick, to be exact.
So with that on the horizon, I need to save for that project. And another thing is that I shouldn’t buy new decor when everything around it is about to change.
So to create a temporary, welcoming porch, I did some switch-a-roos and dug through old decor.
Outside the front door, I hung a cage that I’m pretending is a vintage tulip crate, but really, I think it was old gate to a critter of some kind.
I placed last year’s Bunny wreath on top to fill in the space – and I LOVE it!
Since I typically hang Christmas wreaths on my front windows, I had the idea to hang spring wreaths for this season.
These gliders were sitting on my back porch this past year, but since getting our dog, Ollie, we have caught him taking a taste or two of the chairs!
So it’s optimal to place them here on the front porch, out of his reach.
These pillows used to sit on our Ikea sofas, but have been in a closet for months.
What better way to repurpose something and – not to mention – create a fresh new look?
Since his little bird house was left behind by the previous owners and was in poor shape, my Father-in-law replaced the roof with a piece of weathered copper and it’s just beautiful.
And watching it get used by little birds building their nests for their eggs year after year gives me such joy!
All in all, it’s not a lot of effort or time to find Easy Spring Porch Decor for your home.
Try looking around to find pieces you can repurpose somewhere else. It may take a bit of trial and error, but you can easily create a spot for your home that brings you happiness.
Next on this Spring Blog Hop is Kristen from White Arrows Home and her gorgeous welcoming porch.
So be sure to check her out and don’t forget to visit the other blogs on this tour of homes. Loads of inspiration is linked below!
I also want to say a special thank you to Kendra from Joy in Our Home for putting together such a fantabulous group which I’m honored to be a part of!
Tablescapes on Monday
Recipes on Wednesday
Front Porches on Thursday
Mantels on Friday