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Baltimore Row Houses Fall Porch Decor

Baltimore row houses are a sight to behold all year round, but there's something special about them in the fall. When the leaves change color and the pumpkins come out, the city's porches are transformed into vibrant displays of autumnal cheer.

This fall, I've been visiting my daughter more often than I did during summer, as she's finally exploring and getting to know the most she can of her beloved Baltimore. It's been about seven months since she came to work and live in this city, and she loves it.

We first got tickets to the American Visionary Art Museum in the Federal Hill neighborhood. We both had a great time exploring all the galleries and its wonderful gift shop. I might share some pictures in another post if I have the time to edit them. We also attended an art festival, which was held close to her apartment. 

I came back one more time last week for another festival. It was a rainy day, always a deal breaker for outdoor events. The sun came out in the afternoon, and that's when I turned my eyes to enjoy all those gorgeous porches decorated with pumpkins and flowers in beautiful planters.

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If you're still looking for inspiration for your fall porch decor, take some clues from these gorgeous row houses in Baltimore!

The row houses in Baltimore have a unique charm, and these homeowners aren't afraid to let their house's natural beauty shine through. They keep their decorations simple and elegant and focus on highlighting the features of their home. 

In this case, the blue on the house number is brought forward on the gorgeous planter at the top of the steps.

Pumpkins and gourds are a staple of fall porch decor.

You can place them on your steps, porch railing, or even on a small table.

For a more festive look, try carving your pumpkins or painting them with fun designs.

The intricate detail on the brick facade is stunning.

I love how they choose colors that complement the exterior of their row houses, warm, earthy tones.

Pumpkins and gourds in all varieties.

Mums and pansies are two of the most popular fall flowers, and they come in various vibrant colors. They plant them in pots or window boxes to add a pop of color to their porches.

Feel free to use a variety of styles when decorating your porch. Mix and match different elements to create a look that's all your own. You can also go for a striking color on the front door.

There are no rules when it comes to fall porch decorating. So have fun and experiment with different ideas. You can use hay bales, cornstalks, and other natural materials to create a rustic look or go for a more whimsical approach with scarecrows, witches, and other Halloween-inspired elements.

Although, many times, a simple wreath will do.

Remember the finishing touches. A few well-placed accents, such as a doormat with a fall motif or a basket filled with apples and pears, can really tie your look together.

A beautiful fall wreath is the perfect way to welcome guests to your home. However, you can always go from traditional displays to more whimsical designs, as in this case, by adding a long-handle-dipper gourd to the ensemble.

I was so inspired by Baltimore's beautiful fall porches that I had to stop by my closest farm to grab a few pumpkins. 

The colors are the usual striking fall hues. 💜


Tell me, have you added any fall decor to your front porch?

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