summer porch and entryway tour
Ahh summer. Sweet sweet, summer. Lazy days, sweet tea, warm breezes….I could get used to this. One of the things I look forward to most about summer is the opportunity to change up the decor. It’s a chance to incorporate more flowers and greenery. With the sweltering southeast Texas heat and not possessing the greenest of thumbs, it poses a bit of a challenge when it comes to live plants, though. I can never seem to get the watering schedule or amount of sun required quite right.
Thankfully, Balsam Hill has me covered with their gorgeous, like-life faux greenery and florals.I’ve had the pleasure of teaming up with Balsam Hill, alongside a group of talented bloggers to share in the Entryways of Summer Housewalk.
Let’s sit for a spell on the front porch.
This beautiful rattan basket planter is filled with a Chinese evergreen, a hard to kill plant that is good for beginners like myself. For added height, I placed the planter on top of a thrifted milk crate.
Aren’t the muted peach roses and eucalyptus in the wreath just stunning?
These beautiful faux snapdragons are resting in a DIY carpenter’s toolbox.
Let’s step inside and see the mudroom.
These magnolia stems add a fresh pop of green and white.
A straw hat gives off major summer vibes.
Our Fresh Cut Flowers sign from our shop couldn’t be a more perfect fit for the space.
Thanks for taking a walk through our summer porch and entryway. You won’t want to miss the rest of the tours in the Entryways of Summer Housewalk. A big thank you to Balsam Hill for letting me be a part of this tour.