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Farmhouse Spring Front Porch Decor Ideas

Decor | April 5, 2022

If you are looking for spring front porch decor that is warm and welcoming then you are in the right place. I show you how to easily style this space using faux florals, layered doormats, and much more. Scroll down to check it all out.


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Spring porch details

Your front porch is most people’s first impression of your home, so why not create a porch that is warm and welcoming? The spring front porch decor I am sharing in this post will help you do just that.

By using various farmhouse-style items in this post, you can easily decorate this space of your home for Spring.


Plus, don’t miss at the end of this post, my blogger friends sharing their ideas too. Let’s get started!

Farmhouse Spring Front Porch Decor Ideas

Spring front entryway

Faux Florals and Plants

I have a secret to share with you. The geraniums inside these planters and the potted ones are all faux!

Could you even tell?! I am not great at keeping real plants/flowers alive on our porch during the hot spring and summer months so I opted for a no-fail solution. What do you think?


Personalized Farmhouse style sign

Personalized Farmhouse Style Sign

Have you ever thought about adding a personalized sign to your front porch? Many of us have our home numbers on the front of our homes, but what about your family’s name and state?

I love how it looks! You can find this exact “There’s No Place Like Home” sign HERE, and use code SHEGAVEITAGO for 15% off.

Faux florals in wooden planter

Wooden Planters

These DIY wood criss-cross planters are tried and true! My husband made these for me a couple of years ago and we shared the full tutorial HERE.

I continue to use them because I just love how much charm wood planters bring to our front door area.


Welcome to our Spring home!


I would be remiss if I didn’t have a wreath on our front porch!

Wreaths are used everywhere in farmhouse style, and this large 26″ olive, peony, and leaf wreath is simply gorgeous.


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Spring porch

Layered Rugs

I’ve shared before how much I love the look of layered rugs. In fact, I’ve written a blog post on just how to layer spring doormats here.

I love a neutral, patterned rug on the bottom, while one with words layered on the top is perfect. How cute is this Welcome mat for Spring?

Don’t miss how to use this neutral stripe rug in other areas of your home in this 2022 farmhouse decor trends post HERE.


Personalized sign for entryway

Spring Textiles

I simply pulled the inside to the outside with these Spring textile touches.

The splashes of blue in the linen pillows tie in the farmhouse-style sign nicely and are a great color for Spring. Don’t forget to drape a lightweight blanket on your swing or bench for those cooler Spring evenings.


Lanterns for spring porch decor


These chippy lanterns have been around the block a time or two outside of our home, but the aging on them is what I like most!

For spring, especially, grey wash lanterns (vs. black lanterns) keep your porch looking bright and fresh.

Shop the look:


This spring front porch decor is sure to happily greet all of those coming to your home. Which farmhouse decor item is your favorite for Spring?

If you enjoyed this post, be sure to check out these posts too:

9 Spring DIY Home Decor Projects For Your Home

Welcome Home Saturday with Yvonne of StoneGable



Today some of my friends are sharing their Spring front porch decor ideas! Be sure to visit their posts by using the links below the images.

The Happy Housie

Tatertots and Jello

She Gave it a Go

Maison de Cinq

My Sweet Savannah

Rambling Renovators




  1. Krista says:

    So pretty and airy! Lovely farmhouse touches, Brendt!

  2. Your porch is so welcoming, Brendt! I love your planters and flowers! I saved your porch to my spring board to share!


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