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Monday, October 17, 2016

Fall On The Porch

I don't do a lot of Halloween decorating, but I do like to have some pretty Fall on the porch that has some of Halloween's colors.  Switching out a few pillows and the throw is always my favorite way to go.  This pretty pumpkin color reminds me of the leaves and how they are beginning to change.


 These colors work so well with our house color too.


 Just enough of a punch to catch your eye from the curb. I love how the plants are showing the same color.




I think I need a cup of tea and sit here for a while.

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19 comments:

  1. Your front porch looks beautiful, bright, and welcoming. :). I love that orange chevron throw blanket. :)
    Have a blessed Sunday!
    Traci

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  2. I really like the touches of orange with that garden stool. Very pretty!

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  3. Super cute Marty. So inviting. Very pretty for fall.
    Kris

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  4. Marty, what are those orange flowering plants that coordinate so well with your decor? Thanks, Karen.

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    1. That's Lantana. I love these plants. They bloom almost forever and they come in several colors. Great plants for our hot heat.

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  5. Beautiful! I would love a little front porch- maybe in the next house!

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  6. I'd love to come join you on your pretty porch, Marty!
    Brenda

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  7. Your front porch looks beautiful! I love all of the gorgeous Fall color!!!

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  8. Very nice, Marty! I love the color coordination with the flowers, too!

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  9. Your porch looks perfect for fall! Love the orange and white chevron throw. I see your answer above about what that plant is. I didn't realize Lantana was so heat tolerant.

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  10. So pretty, Marty. I love the throw and pillow - wonderful color! Perfect way to add fall to your porch! Happy Sunday ~

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  11. Marty, what a pretty porch to sit and have tea! Love the orange! Pam @ Everyday Living

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  12. I am not into the traditional fall/halloween orange decor. I lean more towards the burgundy/purple with my fall. However, you have just won me over to the other side! I love how your pillow ties in the traditional colors and yet nods to late summer with its floral motif. I love the added touch of the sunbonnet with the orangey ribbon! I just LOVE what you've done here. Totally changed my way of thinking.
    :) gwingal

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  13. I would like to sit down and enjoy your gorgeous porch Marty! I'm running like a mad woman preparing for two Halloween parties, so your porch looks like a dream! Really pretty for Fall! ;)
    Rebeca

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  14. I love the pops of orange Marty and of course, on how welcoming your front porch always is!

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  15. The orange it too fun. It looks like a wonderful place to sit. Are you still using your pool? It's too cool here at night for mine. I hope you are well and wish I could join you for a glass of tea.

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  16. This looks so inviting. Your throw and pillow are perfect Fall additions, but I'm in love with your boots.

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  17. Porch looks terrific Marty. Great place to sit awhile and have a cup of tea or nice glass of wine.
    Enjoy your week.

    Mary

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  18. Absolutely lovely! Looks like a great place to hang out and relax :) Thank you so much for sharing with us at Dishing It & Digging It!

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