Rustic Farmhouse Christmas Porch

We leave in exactly one day for our vacation and I'm sort of freaking out. Mostly because I still have so much to do, but sort of because I'm going to miss blogging (and you!) so much. But family time is much needed- and I know we're going to have a great time. I'm hoping to share some of our adventures over on Instagram with you if you would be interested in such things.

Anyway, no need to get all emotional around here. It's just a few days after all. And by a few I mean 14. 14 whole days. I know you're going to miss me. Or maybe you're not? Either way I'm going to miss you! ;) 

I'm going to invite you to enjoy a hot cocoa on the front porch today! I hope you'll accept the invite! 
I'll start by saying that I used to be a bit embarrassed of our front porch. It's the only thing that remains original to the house when we first bought it. It was just never a huge priority to replace it, as there wasn't anything structural wrong with it. These days I'm growing to love it. I can't tell you how many Spring and Summer mornings I've sat our here and just taken in all of my surroundings. We are blessed to live on farmland and across the street from us we have a Sheep Farm and they are just the most peaceful creatures. They remind me of myself actually..sitting around and just eating all day.. ha! True story guys! So many memories we've made here already! 


I managed to snag this wicker furniture set on Craigslist for $150 and I felt so lucky! I've always loved wicker! It fit in perfectly on our little rustic porch. Just take a peek and see for yourself!

I totally adore this Santa pillow. It was hard for me to justify another Christmas pillow, but I just couldn't pass him up! The plaid pillows are from Pier 1 and I'm obviously obsessed with plaid so they were a must.
I loved the birch trees from Target, they are just what I needed to add some visual interest to this little porch. 
My galvanized buckets really do have multiple uses, in the spring they hold hydrangea plants on our deck, in the fall, they are perfect for mums and in the winter, they are great for fresh greenery and birch logs. 
I've been raving about this 'Merry & Bright' pillow from Farmhouse on Boone for ages and I'm not about to stop now. I just love it here on the porch for all to see! Her pillows are such high quality and I simply can't stop posting about them because I use them everywhere!
Ya'll know I love to decorate in layers, so of course I do that on the porch most of the time too.

I'm so glad you stopped by!! I'd love to hear what you think of our little rustic farmhouse Christmas porch! You can chat with me on Instagram, Facebook, or feel free to leave a message below! Can you believe Christmas is so soon? I'm sort of freaking out over here! Are you ready for the big day? Or do you still need more time? (LIKE ME?!) Happy Tuesday! XO

Sources:
Black Hunter Boots
Plaid Pillows
Santa Pillow
Birch Trees
Wicker Furniture

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4 comments

  1. Where did you find your birch logs for the bucket? Thats what my porch is missing, I currently have a bucket with stick my kids kindly gathered, lol

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  2. Your front porch looks like something straight from a magazine! Or a set-up for Christmas pictures! Its so dreamy and cute!

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  3. Looking good! And hey safe travels and enjoy your vacation!!

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  4. Love your Christmas front porch..... Have a wonderful time on your vacation/trip and have safe travels! Blessings to you!

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