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A Peek at 2 Prettily Dressed Fall Porches Eclectic Porch, Columbus

Julie Ranee Photography © 2012 Houzz
Inspiration for an eclectic porch remodel in Columbus — Houzz

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corom1210 wrote:
Enjoy all the colors!

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Julie Ranee Photography added this to A Peek at 2 Prettily Dressed Fall Porches
Homegrown gourds fill a toolbox Miller bought at an auction. She'll fill it with greenery for Christmas and flowers in the summer.To grow the gourds, Miller discarded last year's gourds in her garden, let them compost over the winter, then tilled them into the ground at the start of the growing season.
Becky Harris added this to Bewitching Halloween Entryways by Houzzers
Gourds and pumpkins are such a great way to decorate for both Halloween and fall in general. The more disfigured and wartier, the better. See the rest of this porch
Vanessa Brunner added this to Fall Decorating Ideas From a Designer to the Stars
Q. What's some advice for people who want to think outside of the typical fall decorating box?A. Go all natural for your seasonal decor. Use fall veggies to decorate your kitchen, like acorn squash and sweet potatoes in your favorite antique bowl. It's functional and fabulous. Q. What's your one big decorating "no" for fall? A. Fake! No fake pumpkins, flowers or branches. Just change them out with fresh ones as necessary. If you shop right, they don't have to be that expensive.
Summer Baltzer added this to 9 Holiday Decorations Kids Will Love to Make
These lumpy, bumpy gourds add festive fall color, and the unique textures make them fun and interesting for little kids to check out. Decorations that engage the senses are always a plus.
Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Fall Traditions for a Special Season
1. Make a trip to the pumpkin patch. Pick up some pumpkins, gourds and fall flowers to decorate with. The more, the merrier. An abundance of pumpkins and gourds in different shapes, sizes and colors makes for a cheerful display that will last through the autumn months. If you have little ones, make it a tradition to take their picture sitting among the pumpkins — over the years, you can see how they grow from pumpkin size themselves to towering over the orange globes! 2. Host a harvest party or attend a harvest festival. Invite friends and family over for a potluck or visit one of the many harvest fairs and festivals happening at this time of year. From biggest-pumpkin contests to live music, there’s something for everyone.Easiest pumpkin decorating ideas ever
Becky Harris added this to 6 Ways to Use Pumpkin Spice in Your Decor
First we need to get technical for a moment. Pumpkin spice lattes don’t actually contain pumpkin; the flavor is a take on the spices in a pumpkin pie. However, the packaging for pumpkin spice products tends to take its color direction from the orange gourd. And so will this story.

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use chair Bill found, and nannaw's round table for porches

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