Patriotic Outdoor Decor Ideas
I hope you all had a fun and safe 4th of July weekend! We spent ours BBQing with family and I wouldn’t have had it any other way! I know the big red, white, and blue holiday is over, but I still want to share my Patriotic Outdoor Decor Ideas that are tasteful and not tacky. We still have a couple more patriotic holidays through the end of the year that you could decorate for. Plus, now is the best time to buy your patriotic decor for next year, since a lot of it will be on sale.
If you don’t already know, I love decorating our front porch for the different holidays! Fall, Halloween, Christmas, even patriotic decor.
It’s just so fun and welcoming! And, this is the first year we’ve had our front porch finished with the brick pavers. I did a whole tutorial on the front porch brick pavers, and it’s truly made a huge difference to the front of the house. Plus, now it’s even more fun to decorate!
As you can see, I kept it pretty simple. I didn’t want to go overboard – that’s for fall and Halloween. So, I started with a couple of patriotic wreaths on the doors. Then, I added some fun ribbon to them to spice them up a bit. I also put a little star ornament on the front door handle.
I have officially declared myself as having a “dead thumb”. And I say that because I can’t keep the plants in these urns alive no matter how hard I try. So I NEEDED to refresh them with new flowers, which instantly brightened up the front porch. I put little flags in the urns for an added touch. I like to add flags here because they are seen just enough to add a holiday decor element. I also added a drip system to all my urns and porch pots so the flowers will actually stay alive! So excited about this!
Lastly, I added these flag fan buntings on the two front pillars and under the windows! And those are my Patriotic Outdoor Decor Ideas. What are some of your outdoor patriotic decor ideas?
This is really pretty. You didn’t go overboard – just right. I love the front of your house – it’s always so pretty.
Where could I find a planter like the ones on top of your brick pillars?
They look heavy, & that’s what I’m looking for.
@shadehomeandgardern here in utah
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