I decorated another section of my home this weekend. This time is it my three-season porch doorway where most family and friends enter our home. It’s kind of unusual I know, but we have two front doors on our ranch home to decorate as well as the three season’s doorway to decorate plus front and back of the studio, if I decide to go all out. That’s quite a bit to decorate!
Welcome to the Small House Under a Big Sky!
A fall vignette with found items and some lovely pumpkins.
This year I decided to “double duty” with my decorations. By that I mean use the pumpkins, mum’s, a copper boiler and a vintage wheel barrow at my home and then move it to the studio for the open house weekend. After the open house, I’ll move them back. It’s a lot more effort on my part but helps to decrease the cost.
- I love this vintage cart with its verdigris patina. This was a $7.00 flea market find.
I don’t do a lot inside my home for the season but I sure do love to decorate the outside!
I enjoy the rustic nature of these decorations.
Because this is west-facing porch entry area that is heavily shaded by the ranch style overhang on our home, I got up early this morning to photograph the set-up in the soft early morning light. I have always liked the early a.m. light in my photography so this worked well.
I hope you enjoy these images and even find them inspiring!
Small House / Big Sky Donna