There was a time when large-scale outdoor decorations were reserved for Christmas displays, and the rest of the year, your porch was lucky if it got a wreath refresh and a potted plant by the door. Not so these days!
Now, seasonal decorations reign year-round, and fall has become one of the most popular times to go all out with over-the-top displays. Fall is a time of harvest and celebrating the bounty that comes with that, and now you can channel that same spirit into your decor.
From pumpkins and leaves to hardy frost-resistant flowers, there are tons of options to create an inviting entrance for guests and give off a dose of cozy vibes as we welcome the change of seasons and prepare for chilly months.
To help you get started on your festive fall look, we spoke with Stephanie Purzycki, co-founder and CEO of The Finish interior design firm, to fill us in on everything we need to know to have the most stylish stoop in the neighborhood.
Fall porch displays «celebrate the change in the season and make for beautiful displays. The colors of fall are rich and warm. They create that cozy and inviting feeling we all crave as the weather starts to change,» says Purzycki. These beautiful designs allow people to celebrate every day and show off a little of the personality of the people living in the homes.
Purzycki says, “Fall porch decorations have become so popular that The Finish now offers curated collections. Each year, we offer four different packages,” each with a different theme inspired by one of their own employees’ desire to have a Pinterest-worthy porch without all the hassle.
While we love spooky season, that’s not the only way to decorate for fall. Using natural materials and seasonally inspired items can take
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Peonies are a cherished addition to the home landscape. Long-lived and dependable, peony plants are prized for their gorgeous blooms and seasonal beauty. Despite their ease of growth, however, they need some special attention. This is especially true as temperatures begin to cool. How to care for them in the fall depends greatly upon the type of peony.
With the flurry of the holidays bearing down upon us, now is the perfect time to make a list of winter garden tasks to accomplish over the coming months. I find that if I wait until the longest, dreariest part of the year is upon me, I lose sight of what needs doing to get the garden properly poised for the “on-season.” At this point, the garden may look like a sodden mess from the window. When there is a dry day and the sun is peeking through the clouds, it’s the perfect opportunity to rush outside and check some tasks off your winter to-do list. One of the most exciting things about spring is that it happens one day at a time, so if you are in the garden in the “off-season” you’ll get to see it unfolding. Here are some fall and winter garden tasks to do this month and throughout the three phases of winter.
Trees With Red Leaves All Year offer a striking aesthetic to any garden, transforming ordinary landscapes into a colorful delight. They provide a stunning visual appeal, and these trees are also a testament to nature’s diversity and resilience.
Today we’re off to Berwyn, Pennsylvania (Zone 6b), to visit Carol Verhake’s gorgeous garden. We’ve visited Carol’s garden before (Carefully Chosen Colors Bring a Garden Together), and it is always a beautiful and inspiring visit. Carol has a way of combining colors to make magical garden scenes.
While late autumn often triggers a shift to move inside, it turns out it might not be time to pack it all away—at least not yet. In fact, these cooler months before things get truly frosty are a fabulous time to prep your garden for a stunning spring.
This is Julie Prince (Julie’s Georgia Garden), with a few pictures from the late summer and fall garden. The pool garden was started in the summer of 2020. The front-drive garden was started in 2021. Both are still “works in progress”! Things are changing constantly as I try to give the garden more height and winter interest.
We’re in Westminster, Maryland, today to see how fall is treating Mary Spencer’s garden. Last time we visited Mary it was in the spring (Spring in Mary’s Garden), so it is fun to see how different the garden looks at the other end of the growing season.
It's easy to get in a festive mood when you see your local shops decorated to the nines or watch your favorite holiday movies on repeat. But you don’t necessarily want your home to look like said shops or movies.
With 2023 coming to a close, many designers are already looking ahead to the New Year to predict the home and interior design trends that will be popular in 2024. One space of particular interest is the bathroom.
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