Posts Tagged ‘porch decor’

Throwback Thursday: Get The Look

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

For Throwback Thursday, and to celebrate the beginning of June, we’ve compiled five of our Get The Look posts that offer timeless style for every season. Click on each heading below to be taken to the post, and see how you can recreate these rooms with decor from Sturbridge Yankee Workshop.

New England Farmhouse Dining Room

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Photo by Cummings Architects – Browse farmhouse dining room ideas

Photo by Cummings Architects – browse farmhouse dining room ideas | Houzz

Timeless Rustic Entryway

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Photo by Doug TowleSearch entryway design ideas

A Cozy and Classic Reading Nook

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Photo by Crisp ArchitectsSearch family room design ideas

Simple Country Entryway

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Photo by Tama BellDiscover entryway design ideas

A Cozy, Covered Country Porch

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Photo by J.Fisher InteriorsLook for porch design inspiration

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Five Inspiring Summer Porches

Thursday, June 15th, 2017

Sitting on the front or back porch in the summertime can be one of the most relaxing ways to pass the time. Whether you do it with your morning coffee, a good book or with a friend, your porch space should be comfortable and make you happy. Here are five porches to inspire yours this summer.

Flowers and a Rustic Bench

Photo by IN-DECOSearch farmhouse porch design ideas

A Seat at the [Picnic] Table Inside, an Adirondack Chair Outside

Photo by John Cole ArchitectLook for farmhouse porch pictures

Suspend, Swing, Sit Around

Photo by Moontower Design BuildBrowse farmhouse porch photos

Farmhouse Rockers in the Fresh Air

Photo by Futral ConstructionLook for farmhouse porch design inspiration

Colorful and Bright (and Wicker)

Photo by Historical ConceptsDiscover farmhouse porch design inspiration

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Favorite Fall Front Doors

Thursday, September 8th, 2016

We love a good first impression, and one of the best ways to ensure you make one on your guests or passerby this fall is by decorating your front door, porch or stoop. Whether you are an elaborate decorator or a minimalist, we hope you will be inspired by some of our favorite autumn looks.

One-Sided

This Spanish-inspired home already emanates the warmth found in autumn decor, so the simple one-sided styling adds seasonal flair without overdoing it. The flower basket filled with blooms and leaves on the door draws attention to the  fall charm of the pumpkins and plotted flowers as well as to the rest of the stoop.

Spanish Revival Restoration
Photo by Cynthia Bennett & AssociatesSearch Mediterranean entryway design ideas

Traditional Farmhouse

Even if you don’t reside here in a traditional farmhouse, you can still get the look by filling the space from the end of your walkway all the way to your door with greenery and seasonal blooms. Corn stalks and a natural wreath make your doorway blend in with its surroundings, and you can forget about picking up leaves – keep them around your mums and bushes to create a comfortably casual outdoor display.

Autumn Decor & New England Road Trip
Photo by Rikki SnyderMore farmhouse entryway ideas

Complementing Frame

This look is simple to throw together if you have a few pumpkins and potted flower arrangements. A complementary look – as opposed to a matching display – creates more visual interest and can be achieved by using oranges, reds and even white. Don’t forget the wreath!

Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Photo by Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.Search traditional entryway pictures

Out of the Ordinary

Pumpkins and corn cobs provide the color at this front door, while branches, twigs, feathers and leaves offer whimsy and one of the most creative looks we have seen. The asymmetric framing draws us in to admire every part of this arrangement, and the subtle colors (apart from the pumpkins) make a display that is noticeable but not gaudy.

Houzz TV: Take a Leaf-Peeping Road Trip in New England
Photo by Rikki SnyderBrowse traditional entryway photos

Green with Envy

While rich, warm colors take center stage during the autumn season, that doesn’t mean greens and pinks and blues can’t make an appealing statement. These corn stalks are still in their lush green state, which gives a fresh look to the rest of the porch. The pink in the wreath complements the orange pumpkin and golden yellow mums, which work well with the greenery surrounding them. Neutral toned bows and flower pots work well to bring the whole look together and make it easy on the eyes.

Fall Decor
Photo by The Yellow Cape CodLook for traditional porch design inspiration

Fall Flourish

This exaggerated display is warm and welcoming because of its use of pumpkins throughout each arrangement, and the use of lights, a wreath and garland, whimsical characters, as well as wall art and accents. The hay bails add a natural touch, and it all looks neatly placed to welcome the harvest season and fall guests.

Thanksgiving & Fall
Photo by At HomeMore traditional home design ideas

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