TGIF, friends! I know I promised a few recipes and I’ll get to that later. But today I can’t help but share with you my spring front porch decor! Come check it out!
The other day I began the front porch refresh with a good cleaning. I pressure washed the front porch, steps and stoop. Then I cleaned the front doors with Murphy’s Oil Soap. Then I was ready to decorate! Here’s where I started! A clean porch and two vintage wrought iron urns.
I added two of these faux double boxwood topiaries. One I bought at a discount warehouse for just $30. The other I found on Amazon for $69. Not bad for the pair considering they usually run about $100 each. You can see there is a gap between the pot and the rest of the urn so I bought some spanish moss to fill in. (about $7-$8 per bag and I used one bag per urn.)
I added two of these spring wreaths that I bought last year at the Frontgate Outlet at a HUGE discount!
The wreaths were originally $179 each at Frontgate. Crazy, right? However, I found these at the outlet store last fall on HUGE sale for $39 each. What a deal!
Just look at the pretty details!
I saved money on each of the key features on our front porch! The topiaries were discounted as were the wreaths. The concrete rabbit is from years ago at Lowe’s.
I found a roll of this checked ribbon at the antique store yesterday and picked it up for $8 for a whole roll! So I tied some around the topiaries and the bunny for a little pop of color. Super cute and fun!
A quick before and after! All ready for spring! This low maintenance porch will last through the summer if I choose. No watering or care needed. (Except maybe blowing off the pollen when it comes!)
Well, thank you for stopping by today! Let me know what you think! I hope you have a fabulous weekend! Let’s chat again soon! xoxo Dell