Welcome to the 351st Metamorphosis Monday!
Earlier this year in June, I shared Linda’s beautiful 3-season porch. You may remember that this space was once a concrete pad with just a pergola overhead. Linda and her hubby transformed it into a porch they now enjoy almost all year-long.
They kept this room and the adjoining living room light and bright by using a clear, acrylic roof overhead that doesn’t reduce the natural light they love.
I love how Linda decorates her porch for the summer! If you missed my first post about Linda’s beautiful 3-season porch, you’ll find a link to that post at the end of this one.
When fall comes around, Linda transforms her porch with the rich colors of the autumn season. What a beautiful fall centerpiece for the dining space on this wonderful porch!
The porch seating area gets a makeover with a change in pillows and the addition of pretty flowers in autumn yellow.
The fabulous sailboat Linda had on this table for summer is tucked away until next year and Linda decorates this space with nature’s gifts: pretty autumn leaves and natural seed pods. Different lamps reflect the new fall/winter season, too.
Such a beautiful autumn arrangement for this corner!
Thanks so much to Linda for sharing her beuatiful porch all decorated for fall. This inspires me to get busy and add some fall decor to my porch once I’m back home.
Learn more about how Linda and her husband transformed their patio into a 3-season porch is this previous post: Ordinary Patio Becomes a 3-Season Porch
Looking forward to all the fabulous Before and Afters for this Met Monday!
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