Holidays & Seasons,  Home Decor,  Outdoors

Spring Front Porch

Happy spring, friends! The weather is warming up ever so slowly and the days are feeling much longer thanks to good ol’ daylight saving time. To celebrate the season and since I’ve been itching to get outside, I put together and styled our Spring Front Porch!

Front Porch Welcome Mat

Also, I’m joining up with my friend Kendra from Joy In Our Home, as well as a bunch of other talented bloggers for the Spring Festival Blog Hop. Each day this week, there will be new posts featuring DIYs, vignettes, styled front porches (that’s today!), decorated mantels, and recipes just for spring. Make sure to check those out at the end of this post!

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Our Spring Front Porch

After all of our Christmas decorations came down, our front porch was looking pretty blah. And since there is no better way to welcome people to your home than a good first impression, it was time to get this area spruced up.

We first had to do some intense pressure washing, thanks to all of the mud our pup drags up here when the ground starts to thaw. Once that was done though, I was able to start gathering the pieces I wanted to use to decorate with.

Spring Front Porch

There is just enough of an area to pull together a small seating arrangement and add a few decorative items around the door. I always add a new small door mat each season and I love the layered look with the bigger striped rug.

Front Porch Decor

doorbell | welcome mat | striped rug

When the weather is warmer, we enjoy sitting outside in the mornings and drinking a cup of coffee. This little seating area will be perfect for quietly soaking in the sounds of nature. Well, at least until the kids wake up. *wink*  As a last minute project, I found and painted this old stump to serve as mini table.

Outdoor Seating Pillows Chairs

pillows | chairs – Ikea | throw blanket

I also love to add wreaths to the front door seasonally. This is one I whipped up just this past week to welcome spring! It was super easy to make and only took a few minutes to put together. Plus, the wicker is very similar to the chairs which helps tie things together.

DIY Spring Wreath

Since the weather is still a bit chilly here, outdoor plants are hard to find in stores. I wanted to add a little life to this area, so I incorporated this mini button fern and a few small boxwoods. (The button fern will have to spend its nights inside.) However, there is nothing wrong with some faux plants to get that spring feel. Especially if you live in an area with frigid temps during this time of year!

Patio Chairs Cushions

Have you noticed all of the little bunnies around our porch? I thought they were a fun little find at the Target dollar spot!

Painted Stump Table

It didn’t take much to get this area ready for spring! Now excuse me while I wait inside for warmer temperatures to enjoy it.

DIY’s on Monday

Joy In Our Home | Timeless Creations | The Tattered Pew

CityGirlmeetsFarmboy |Life on Kaydeross Creek

Vignettes on Tuesday

anderson + grant | Follow The Yellow Brick Home | White Arrows Home

 Worthing Court | Camelot Art Creations

Front Porches on Wednesday

County Road 407 | Elizabeth Joan Designs |The Crowned Goat

 2 Bees In A Pod | Sanctuary Home Decor

Mantels on Thursday

DIY Beautify | The Painted Hinge | Making It In the Mountains

Grey Birch Designs | The Homemaking Momma

Recipes on Friday

Love In My Oven | Noting Grace | Beyond the Butter

Confessions of a Baking Queen | The Sugar Coated Cottage


  • CoCo

    What a fun way to decorate your porch for Spring, Erin! We have those same chairs and I wish all the time our back patio was covered so we could use them around our outdoor dining table. They look so good on your porch. I love the tree stump you painted and those cute little bunnies you found at Target too. Hugs, CoCo

  • Vicki and Jenn 2 Bees in a Pod

    Erin – your Spring front porch is so inviting! We know with the cold weather and snow, anticipating warmer days makes us all crave being outdoors. Your porch and all of your beautiful touches is so beautiful! The painted tree stump is a genius idea!

  • cindy@countyroad407

    Your porch is so fresh and inspiring! I love the chairs and that perfect wood table in between. Did you make that? And I love the “hello” on your door. I’ve been wanting to do that and keep forgetting. Hope you get to enjoy your springy porch soon! How cold is it there anyway? Loved hopping with you. ;)

  • Kristin

    I love the layered rugs and the wreath on the door! The hello is so cute too! Your seating area is so inviting. I can see why its a favorite spot to sit!

  • Amber Ferguson

    Your porch looks beautiful for spring, I love the wicker and your pillows! The wicker wreath is perfect. The painted stump is awesome too!

    So happy to hop with you this week Happy spring!

  • Kendra |

    Your porch is spring-ready and so pretty, Erin! I never realized you had a sitting area! Love the chairs and that stump is such a good find! The bunnies are the icing on the cake! Always SO nice to have you on this blog hops, friend! xo

  • Michelle @ The Painted Hinge

    Erin I love everything about your porch! The gray wicker chairs are gorgeous and I love the cushions and pillows. The stump is a cool addition – did you paint it yourself? And I love the hello transfer on your door – what a neat idea! So happy to be hopping with you this week!

  • Kristin Martin

    It’s important to consider how you will use your porch. Will it be used mainly for relaxing or entertaining. Your answer will determine what kind of outdoor furniture you will need and where it will be placed. It will also determine what amenities you may want. If entertaining, you may need extra storage space for dining utensils, cups, and other items you will want to keep handy.

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