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Simple Fall outdoor decorating ideas using old farmhouse style buckets, mums, pumpkins and cornstalks. Join several other bloggers and myself as we share virtual tours of outdoor fall decor.

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It’;s a slight chill in the air and the heavy filled foggy mornings that beckon me outside.

Goldenrod stands tall across the street waving in the wind. The big leaves of the Maple are just starting to fade from their vibrant green colors.

The stores are filling with Mums and pumpkins in all sizes and colors and the apple trees are loaded with plenty for all.

Anticipation builds, looking forward to the beginning of fall. It seems to be signaled by colorful leaves, crisp air and a bountiful harvest of apples and pumpkins.

Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I show where you I take a moment to enjoy the beauty of each morning.

The entire exterior of our home was recently redone and in order to do so we had to remove our large front deck.

While there isn’;t a large deck to decorate on anymore, there are some stairs that I was able to add some fall decor on. These galvanized buckets were filled with Mums. Then, I added a few white pumpkins.

You don’;t have to have a large space to create a fall welcome for friends and family. Pumpkins and mums placed on the stairs create a cozy welcome that says, “come on in”!

I’m very much a traditional fall decor kind of gal and love using old vintage pieces that have been purchased at flea marketsvintage linens, garage sales or auctions. Vintage pieces add a great deal of character to any garden area.

The old garden wheelbarrow is one of those treasured garage sale finds. So, each fall season it is filled filled with Mums to add fall color to the otherwise green shade garden. Another galvanized bucket was placed on the ground and filled with yellow Mums.

The weather hasn’;t turned cool enough for the perennials to die back. However, just adding the colorful Mums was enough to add the fall color to the yard.

Simple touches were added around the potting shed by adding a haybale, Mums and more pumpkins. On the door of the shed I hung a very simple gathered wildflower wreath.

Cornstalks are another fall staple that is great for outdoor fall decor. Cornstalks are generally easy to find and they add height to the back of a grouping when placed into a container.

For this fall tour, several other amazing bloggers are also sharing their home porch tours so, please be sure to stop by and see their beautiful spaces.

I hope that you have enjoyed this virtual tour of our simple fall outdoor decorating ideas!

1915 House | Little by Little Farmhouse | Farmhouse Made

The Purple Hydrangea | Flat Creek Farmhouse | Farmhouse on Boone

Lisa says

September 14, 2017

Your potting shed is amazing!! I love the combination of dark green and whit pumpkins.

Beautiful, every bit of it!

Sarah says

September 14, 2017

I just can’;t get over all your gorgeous photos!! Such lovely farmhouse perfection, Sarah! And your potting shed makes me swoon…;;) Have a lovely day!

Kim says

September 15, 2017

Oh my heavens. That garden shed is a dream! Your wreath is so lovely, and all the pumpkins and mums in olive basket give me so many heart eyes! It’;s all stunning!!

Jolena says

September 15, 2017

Your home looks so beautiful…; I can almost smell some hot apple cider!

Sarah Blankenship says

September 19, 2017

Thank you so much! Happy Fall!

Tonita says

November 16, 2018

Your outdoor Fall decorating is beautiful, and so refreshing after seeing a ba jillion blogs with hundreds of faux pumpkins (including ones i used too). Your shed is so sweet and i love the sign above your shed door. Charming.

Sarah Blankenship says

November 17, 2018

Thank you so much for your sweet comment! I enjoy simple decorating and keeping it natural.

Rocky Hedge Farm is a simple living blog sharing the journey of a family living in small town USA. A hang laundry on the line, cook from scratch kind of girl, living in a manufactured home that is being remodeled, Sarah writes about balancing life as a mother, wife, homemaker, and farm girl.

Located in rural Missouri, Sarah keeps the company of her husband, and four children. The days are filled with time spent in the garden, keeping house, working on DIY projects, checking on the bees and chickens, and spending time with her husband and their children.

His inspiration? Let's simply say it's Martha-approved.