Shea’s fall front porch look this year and last year proves that it doesn’t always have to be vibrant oranges and reds. Utilizing a more muted palette, Shea’s front porch this season is all about creams and earth tones. It’s also about trying something different. “This year we went with a garland over the door and I’m loving this fresh perspective,” says Shea. “Yes, we’ve got pumpkins and mums, but we did it in a new way.” An assortment of potted greens completes the look, with additions of some not-so-typical plants like Feather Reed Grass, Crimson Clover, and Goblin Gaillardia. It’s an elevated approach to fall front porch décor that we’re loving. Get inspired and get the look below.
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