My front porch could be the poster child for drab and boring. I finally took down my Easter wreath (I know, for shame), but now not even the front door is dressed up. I have good intentions of decorating my porch red, white, and blue. But Rachel’s new room takes priority, because let’s face it. A three year old still sleeping in a crib isn’t the greatest of ideas. So until I can find the time to spruce up my own porch, these Patriotic Porches are providing me with plenty of inspiration!
Pretty Patriotic Porches
If I had a tablescape this gorgeous on my porch, I don’t think I would ever eat inside! And that huge flag made from an old door? I’m swooning!
Image source: Ribbonwood Cottage
On this porch, I love the white furniture with the pops of color. And I don’t know what that plant with the blue flowers called, but it is gorgeous!
From Second Chances by Susan
Kate always has a lovely porch, and this Red, White, and Blue porch is no exception. Doesn’t it just make you want to stop by for a visit? The wind here would blow those tissue paper pom poms to smithereens, but man I love how they look!
Image source: Centsational Girl
I love the mix of vintage and bright colors in this simple 4th of July front porch. And I think I need to add “old shutter” to my list of thrift store wants. Because I’m pretty sure I need one of those Patriotic Shutters!
Source: Hoosier Homemade
One of my favorite things about this porch is the wreath and star hanging on the wall. It’s hard to tell from this photo, but the star is actually made from rulers. Very cool!
Source: House of Hawthornes
I love the vintage cottage look of this porch. That old sink on the side of the door (at least I think it’s a sink), is fabulous!
Source: Farmhouse Country Style
I love the bold colors on this porch, and the fun striped curtain hanging on the side.
For this porch, the red, white, and blue flowers are what drew my attention. So gorgeous!
An inviting porch doesn’t have to be elaborate. On this one, I love the simple design of the flowered pots and pretty wreath on the door.
Source: Corner House
What’s more American than a cozy front porch swing? Love those ruffles!
Source: Creative Cain Cabin
Red and white chairs, pretty flowers, a porch swing, and a pretty fabric banner? Looove it!
Source: Josie Jones and Co
I love the look of white wicker furniture with red and blue accents. Classic 4th of July.
Source: Ken Rash’s
Sometimes all you need is a big statement piece. Love that huge wood flat. It just pops against the neutral colors. So pretty!
Source: Dear Lillie
Even a small porch can be made to look festive.
Source: My Nearly Empty Nest
And boy do I wish I had this rocking chair on my porch!