Since we are hosting Thanksgiving for my family this year, our front door needed a fall makeover.
My usual fall front porch decor consists of a couple pumpkins and a few mums. However, this year called for something more. I wanted the beautiful front door decked out in fall decor – I was dreaming of something you see in the movies.
Before I go more into the details (and share a video to show you how easy it is to get this look), check out my before:
The summer porch days are numbered now that our nights are getting cooler. My begonias did great this year, and I may try to see if I can get my asparagus ferns to survive the winter inside. The summer porch was pretty, but my new porch screams “come celebrate Thanksgiving here!”
I have always been a huge fan of Balsam Hill, and I knew they would have just what was needed for a dream fall front porch.
While glancing through their website, it was love at first site with their Autumn Abundance Foliage Collection.
I selected the wreath for our front door.
Two 42″ swags were hung on either side of the doorway.
And two Single Battery-Operated Boxwood Topiaries frame the doorway. I absolutely love these topiaries because they will transition perfectly to Christmas and they are wrapped in clear lights AND they require no maintenance. They will survive our harsh Indiana winter and give me something green during the colder months.
I am such a summer girl, so I usually dread fall knowing that winter is right behind. However, I am going to try and enjoy all the gorgeous weather and activities fall offers. And this amazing front porch helps me celebrate the season.
Watch this video to see how quickly I transformed my front door with Balsam Hill:
*This post contains affiliate links and is a sponsored post by Balsam Hill. I take pride in reviewing only products that fit my brand and will be beneficial to my readers. And while this post is sponsored, all the opinions are my own.
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