Warmer days are just around the corner with the arrival of spring. Infuse some spring vibes and give your porch a fresh new look!
Spring provides the perfect opportunity to introduce some color and beauty to your front porch.
You can make this a fun and exciting experience and try out new DIY projects you’ve put on hold during the winter.
Decorating your front porch is a great way to establish an inviting and welcoming entrance to your home.
Even just incorporating a few of these ideas can help you transform the look and give your space a spring flair.
1. White Farmhouse
A white farmhouse exterior with a double front door is welcoming with double the appeal created by pretty wreaths.
Achieve a spring charm with bright flower wreaths that are an instant pop of color.
A simple yet striking look is achieved with big planters on both sides of the door with lush green ferns that hold a stunning yet simple curb appeal.
2. Boho Porch
Add a bohemian flair to your front porch for that perfect outdoor oasis. Decorate your front porch with natural elements for a laid-back and cozy feel.
Personalize your door with a beaded bunny wreath and a layered bunny doormat.
Instead of using big planters or plant stands, try stools on both sides with lovely dried blooms in stunning modern planters. The result is really stunning!
If you’re a minimalist, stick to a more classic and chic look. Boxwood topiary trees in black contemporary planters create vertical interest and elegantly frame the front entrance.
Layer a checked rug with a classic coir coconut mat, and if you want to add a cheerful touch, choose a mat with a catchy sign on it.
A lovely reminder of spring is a sumptuous tulip wreath in pastel tones; it will make your front porch feel delightful.
4. Spring Bright
For those with a green thumb, pretty spring flowers gorgeously leading the way to your front door are definitely breathtaking.
A symmetrical arrangement using the front porch steps creates a spring mood and ambiance to a muted exterior.
Choose from annuals to replant each year or perennials for a consistent return.
A great option is petunias, they are vibrant flowers that have a long flowering life, and they also look great in hanging baskets. For a bright, bold, and beautiful finish, hang a daisy wreath.
5. Country Charm
A whimsy bright front door and a beautiful country cottage wreath can be a stunner. To compliment the vibrant vibe, create a vignette setting with decorative accents in a bright color.
Small old or vintage furniture like chairs, stools, and tables come in really handy.
With a rustic design, you can paint them a bright color and give them a weathered finish.
Place on top a basket or pot of pretty blooms, and to include a fun element, add rain boots, which you can fill with flowers or use as an umbrella stand.
6. Farmhouse Chic
Decorate your front porch with classic black and white tones with traditional farmhouse décor pieces.
Stick to a symmetrical design and include items like black milk cans that contrast and heighten it.
Spruce it with greenery and hang two boxwood wreaths on the double door. To complete the look and elevate the scene, suspend a lantern pendant light fixture.
7. Modern Farmhouse
Embrace a more modern farmhouse design with faux trees and flowers, which are hassle-free.
Create a focal point with decorative planters with faux trees on both sides and include a cherry blossom wreath.
Incorporate decorative metal lanterns of different heights on one side.
Use a larger rug in a lighter color to anchor your design and contrast it with a natural material such as a coir doormat.
8. Hop In
Start to dust off the winter blues with some spring and Easter accessories.
To get ready to embrace the season’s spirit, place a few bunny figurines to create a whimsical feel to your front porch. Make them feel comfortable next to galvanized buckets filled with spring flowers.
There’s no better way to say ‘spring’ than with a pretty spring wreath to greet your guests!
9. Hello Spring
Greet the arrival of spring with a fresh and pretty floral porch!
Give it some character with a sign that says “hello spring”. Incorporate a vibrant pink hue with classic spring flowers like tulips and hydrangeas, and see how your porch comes to life with a gorgeous pink tulip wreath.
Use wooden barrel planters for your flower arrangement to give it a country feel. To complete this design, use a floral doormat.
10. Fresh Hue
A fresh coat of paint can do wonders. So, pick the right color to transform an ordinary entryway into a welcoming and inviting greeting area.
When making your pick, consider the amount of light your porch will receive and the plants you intend to plant.
If you’re not going for a full-on color transformation, pick an accent color like this teal, which brightens up the door and window shutters.
11. Carrot Basket
With Easter on the way, it doesn’t mean your décor must be overwhelming.
Instead of a wreath, you can make a statement and pop in some color with a fun carrot basket. If you want to get creative, you can even DIY your own.
The rest of your design can be standard with potted greenery, a few black metal lanterns, a bunny wooden figure and a fun doormat.
12. Pretty & Bright
Freshen up your porch with a sunny yellow door decorated with a spring wreath and blooming flowers to make it stand out and create a happy welcome.
To blend in with red brick steps, use terracotta plant pots and make a colorful display of blooming flowers.
To give it some depth, incorporate lush green potted ferns. With these vibrant hues, layer your doormat with a rug in a pretty color.
Illuminate your design with black wall lantern scones to frame the picture perfectly.
13. A Pop Of Yellow
Pops of yellow are a friendly reminder of spring. Add this vibrant hue as a cheerful accent color using wreaths, doormats, and planters, and you can even paint your door yellow.
This is a simple and easy way to transition your front porch décor without switching everything or overwhelming yourself with a new color scheme.
Add or change one or two items of your décor and see how they will immediately transform your porch with a new curb appeal.
14. Pink Sweetness
A home sweet home feel with the sweetness of pink blooms and a gorgeous flower wreath!
Plant some pretty flowers if you have a green thumb and sunny garden beds just in front of your porch.
Include lanterns and potted flowers in the same hues to frame your entryway. Go for petunias that flower long, love the sun, and look stunning in hanging baskets.
15. Simple Farmhouse
Choose a slightly muted, simple farmhouse design using more natural and rustic elements for your porch décor.
Please don’t throw away those old pots and woven baskets; repurpose them into pot planters. Incorporate a rustic touch and give your design some vertical height with an old milk can filled with blooming branches.
To include an Easter décor item, pop in a lantern filled with little eggs.
16. Easter Décor
Invite the birds and bees to your front porch with a cheerful welcome and an Easter spirit!
Flowers like tulips should not be missing from your Easter decoration, so hang a basket filled with tulips on your front door.
To add visual interest to the festive décor, replace your pots with baskets or buckets and fill them with beautiful flowers and tree branches.
Add decorative eggs, lanterns, an egg wreath, and bird feeders.
17. Welcome Sign
Do you want to add a bit of personality and flair to your front porch?
If so, use a welcome sign as part of your décor and bring an inviting accent to your porch. Besides being inviting, they are also handy for creating some vertical interest.
They’re easy to make and will help add some extra character to your home so you can DIY your own.
If you want to get even more creative you can make a flip sign by placing different text on each side, it’s as easy as flipping it around to give your porch a whole new look.
18. Bright Planters
Spruce up and freshen your porch with a colorful container garden entry. Flowers are a great way to add color and remind us of warmer days.
Some potted plants can make a bold, cheerful statement and create an inviting entryway.
Create a symmetrical design of planters of different sizes. Surround oversize leaves with dainty, colorful flowers and foliage for contrasting texture.
Play with shapes and sizes in various pots grouped closely together and use color as the connective thread.