A good mark of hospitality is the graciousness with which you greet all who come to your door. And there is no welcome like the welcome we show the bright colors and crisp temperatures of autumn when they finally arrive. With arms thrown open wide, we invite autumn to our porches, to don a festive corsage, to sit a spell amongst the pumpkins, to hang from our front doors and bid us cheery hello, to exchange scarecrow grins, to sip cider and spiced tea and bathe us in golden light. And she obliges. Gracious guest and gracious host put summer to rest and look with anticipation to new things to come.
I know that you will enjoy these 7 fall porches that beckon visitors with just such hospitality.
Keeping it simple highlights the best of fall at Julia Maddox’s historical home in Huntingdon, TN.
The landscaping does all the talking at Cogan’s Farm in Henderson, TN., which is breathtaking any time of the year, but there is just something special about fall on the farm.
Here’s another gem from my hometown. A focused color palette creates a sophisticated look.
Jodie King, of Milan, TN, likes a bit of whimsy on her porch.
And lastly, the ASD porch. I was inspired by the thought of snuggling up in a plaid throw and reading a book one afternoon. We’ll see if I actually get the chance! Oh, and pumpkin stacks. I just can’t get enough of pumpkin stacks.
I hope these porches inspire and encourage you to grab some pumpkins and do something special on your porch this fall!
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Do not neglect to show hospitality to strangers, for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. Hebrews 13:2
Want more fall porches? Check out these ASD reader fall porch spotlights!