There are so many things that I love about fall. I love the apple cider and pumpkin spice everything. I love beautiful fall mums. I love the simplicity that decorative pumpkins bring to a front porch. I love that I can put on my thickest sweater and a pair of cozy boots….and cuddle up with my kids next to a bonfire. Fall, to me, is really the BEST time of the year. We have two doors on our house and our house sits horizontal to the road, so people can see both our front and back door as they drive past. So this weekend I wanted to spruce up my back porch and share with you my fun Cost Plus World Market finds for my Fall Porch Decor.
About a month ago we started repainting the outside of our house, this back porch was pea green before and now with it’s bright gray wood and white trim, I’m in love. I just had to decorate this space to show off all the hard work we’ve done and make the decor match our love for fall!
I pulled my white wicker chair outdoors from where it was in the sunroom…and I threw some great plaid throws and a World Market blanket I had on hand from winter last year. World Market had these amazing metal Nihal baskets, which is what originally inspired my design. I used them to hold my mums.
I also used a Wine Crate from World Market and instead of using it inside, I put mini gourds and pumpkins in the crate. I loved the rustic element it gave to the design, along with the lanterns I picked up.
At the local nursery and pumpkin patch, I picked up some pretty decorative pumpkins and a small bale of straw. I put a paint can inside the Nihal baskets and then set my mums on top of them and they fit perfectly! I seriously adore the look of mums and all the gorgeous colors they come in!
I bought a fresh, handmade Magnolia Wreath off the World Market website and hung it on the door. I really am loving the combinations of live plants for this design and really wanted to capture all the natural colors that nature has to offer.
I hope you enjoyed my fall porch tour. World Market has so much amazing fall stuff right now.
Here’s a full list of the products I used for this post: