The front porch of my new house feels . . . so . . . well . . . GRAND! At least to me. As I took a walk through my new neighborhood this past week I was itching to go back to my house and grab my camera to shoot some pictures. That might not be the thing to do if I want to endear myself to my new neighbors though. Every home is beautiful and I saw so many gorgeous wreaths and inviting porches. It is evident that my new neighbors care about appearances.
If you saw my last post, a Farewell to Our Lake House, you’ll see that my old neighbors cared too . . . in a different . . . sometimes “funny” way.
Will I measure up? Does my style need to change to match my new neighborhood, my new house? For a peek back at my lake house’s Fall porch decor you can click HERE , where you’ll see the simple country style that fit that house so well.
So I pulled a few things out of my Thanksgiving bin and headed down to Greenville’s Farmer’s Market this weekend to pick up a few extras.
So it isn’t exactly the same as my old front porch but I’ve still used very natural elements to add some much needed color to my front porch. I’m pretty sure having our butler dog Beauregard adds a bit of class to the whole picture too . . . or at least a bit of whimsy. I don’t think I’ll have to change my style much at all. Your thoughts?
By the way, I have the BEST method of making velvet pumpkins which I’ll be sharing with you later this week so I do hope you’ll come on back.