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January 6, 2020
The leaves have been changing and falling for a while now. The temperatures have been dropping and we’ve reached one of my favorite times of the year: the days when I finally get to layer my outfits again 🙂 It is also the perfect time to curl up on the couch with a puppy (or two!), a good book, and a mug of hot tea or cocoa and lounge away the afternoon away from the cold wind outdoors. It’s fall!
I’ve been thinking for quite a while about how I could update my fall front porch to reflect all of the glorious things that come with fall, namely Halloween and Thanksgiving. I pulled out our two hay bails from last year, and of course picked out an assortment of delightful pumpkins from our local grocery store – and Costco :).
Then, I turned to my trusty sidekick (“The Internet”) to purchase some much needed front porch décor, including baskets, straw, and some faux mini gourds!
Check out some of my favorite recipes for warming up indoors away from the cold:
Now it’s your turn: show me your fall front porch décor on Instagram! Tag #thecharmingdetroiter so I can check it out!
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