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Fourth of July is coming soon! I really enjoy decorating my home. And, of course, my front porch gets decorated for the seasons. Last years 4th of July front porch (you can see my front doors before I painted them black) and my late spring/early summer front porch from this year
I am especially thrilled with this blue indoor/outdoor rug– it’s not only hand-tufted but it’s quality!! This rug is so comfortable with our bare feet and feels more like a hooked wool rug than an outdoor rug. It’s also UV protected and fade resistance – which is a must on my outdoor front porch. We get morning sun until the sun goes over the roof – so a good 5-6 hours of sun. So it’s important to find a rug that is fade resistant.
And the chairs. LOVING the adirondack chairs. I wanted red to pop against the white brick. I kept debating if I wanted the natural wood color or the red. Glad I went with the red. I purchased these at World Market. They were on sale and hubby put them together. The back came assembled together and just needed the rest of it completed.
I found some red adirondack chairs online that also has a slew of other colors. If you are looking for 13+ colors of adirondack chairs here they are!
I have a few more items to put out to finish my 4th of July porch. But for now this will do. I have a few plants and metal glass lanterns also.
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