Getting ready for all the festivities ahead couldn’t be more exciting. I love greeting my guests with a beautiful porch and entryway; and this season I’m using some incredible accessories from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart. I can assure you these pieces will create a warm a welcoming statement.
There’s no need to sacrifice the décor on small porches because of their size. On ours I was able to fit the beautiful 15.5 inch Camrose Farmhouse Planter form Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart (available only at stores). It is weather resistant and lightweight. Because I didn’t wanted it to gain weight with the soil, before I stared planting my Walmart plants and flowers, I filled the bottom of this planter with some plastic bottles from my recycling bin.
For this planter I chose plants in a variety of heights and colors to make it an interesting view. I used: Angelonia Serenita Purple, Sweet Potato Vine and in the center an Alocasia. All these love part sun which make them perfect for this area. I also used on the steps of my porch two Domed Metal Outdoor Lantern also from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart.
Now to my favorite part, the entryway. I fell in love with these Galvanized Metal Large Lanterns also from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart (available at stores) and decided to use several of them on one of our entryway walls. Inside of these lanterns I placed some mini white pumpkins and in others Flameless LED Pillar Candles.
I had for a while a set of Galvanized Metal Olive Buckets from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmartand thought they added the perfect final touch. These are great to display my large white pumpkins and faux fall branches.
My small entryway and porch are now ready to greet my family and friends for the season. I love how bright and welcoming this area now feels. Is your house ready for Fall?
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MicheleNovember 17, 2017 at 12:11 pm
I love this! How did you hang the lanterns on the wall?
Gloribell LebronNovember 17, 2017 at 12:24 pm
Hello there and thanks for stopping by! I just pushed the glass on the back of the lantern and use that little space between the metal edge of the lantern (and the glass) to hang a nail from there. Hope this makes sense.
MicheleNovember 17, 2017 at 3:15 pm
Makes perfect sense! Thanks 😉
Gloribell LebronNovember 17, 2017 at 3:17 pm
Happy to be of help! Happy Friday!!!