If you have big plans for hosting this fall, set up your front porch to become an extension of your kitchen or dining room—a spot where guests naturally hang out.
Nailing your Halloween porch decor is all about coming up with a design that's equal parts spooky and chic.
Fact: Everything looks better in candlelight. There's just something about soft, flickering flames that add a romantic—and slightly eerie—touch to a fall front porch.
Nothing's better than a crisp fall afternoon spent bundled up a warm cup of cider and a good book.
Fall is all about enjoying outdoor time before winter sends us into hibernation mode.
One or two pumpkins are great—but 10 or 20 are even better. For a statement-making porch this season, go big with your pumpkin display.
If your home boasts an all-white exterior, consider adding a simple pop of color to your fall decor.
We have good news: Halloween doesn't have to be scary if you don't want to it be—in fact, it can be downright cheeky!
It's no secret that orange is the MVP color of fall, so going bold with juicy pops of the hue is a great way to usher your exterior into the season.