Pam's Patriotic Porch

Today I'm sharing my daughter, Pam's, front porch decked out for the summer months.

She recently had her entire house painted, and shopped her basement to decorate the front porch.

When she first built her home in early 2001, she had decorated my grandson's room in patriotic colors, and had long ago stored those items in the basement when she changed his room to a UGA, Georgia Bulldogs decor theme.

I think she has done a fabulous job with this, and only bought new cushions for the chairs from Cracker Barrel.



I made this wreath for her door, and bought these supplies from Michael's.  She already had the flag. She tweaked it by making a knot in the flag to shorten it some.  It looks much better since she did that.



Pam made the sign, and painted the galvanized tub.  The paint color is Benjamin Moore, Raspberry Trufle.  She has used this color as an accent color throughout her house.  I'll share the updates in a post soon.  The table is a consignment shop find, and she already had the candleholder.

She already had all these pieces.  She painted the stool in Raspberry Trufle as well.


Here is a shot showing the front side of the porch.  There is an L that I didn't photograph.  Notice another red table between the rockers.

I think she created major curb appeal with this décor, and it will look great throughout the summer month.


View from front porch, rolling hills and mountains.

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