By Renae Frey

How to Decorate your Porch for the Fourth of July

How to Decorate your Porch for the Fourth of July

Hey Freinds!

I am so excited that you are here. Oh, how I love summer. One of the things that I love about summer is the Fourth of July. I love everything about it. The parades, the bbq’s, the fireworks, time and traditions with family. I love decorating for the fourth of July, see more of my posts about Fourth of July here, here and here. Today, I will share the Fourth of July porch decor.

The entrance to the front door makes me giddy.

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A few years ago, we built this trellis at the end of the front walkway. I love a bit of drama on the way to the front door, I prefer my drama to show up as decor, not teenage girl drama. I decorated the trellis with a red, white and blue stripped table runner. I hung it by wiring it to the trellis in the middle and near both ends, then I pulled the lower part of the runner to create a swag. I tucked in two American flags to add yet more, dare I say, drama?

I love decorating with flags! I put them everywhere. At last count I had over 100 of them.

I lined the walkway on both sides with small flags, I put them every couple of feet. The flags look so cute.

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Here is a video of all of the Fourth of July outdoor decor.

I really love the statement that these concrete urns make at the entry to our home. Sadly, the only person that uses our front door is the Amazon delivery guy. The good news is that he comes so often, that he has loads of time to enjoy the holiday decor.

I added a ribbon clad lantern, a vintage silver urn with a topiary and a blue aInd white ginger jar full of flags.

I love this front door, it adds so much character to our home. I love the arch at the top, I have repeated the arch throughout our entire home. I really like the continuity all the way through our property. Here, I have a very simple boxwood wreath with a red, white and blue plaid ribbon. Then, of course, I just had to add more flags.

See more great posts here, here, here, here and here.

I sure hope that you enjoyed this post. I always enjoy our time together and I am so thankful for your support. Please follow me at, on Instagram @peacockridge, on Pinterest and on Youtube.

Happy Fourth of July! I hope that you get to celebrate this amazing coutry of ours with those you love.

Hugs and blessins to you,


15 thoughts on “How to Decorate your Porch for the Fourth of July”

  1. Sherry B

    I just love everything! The red, white and blue decor look so beautiful with your stunning outdoor decor. I am wondering if you would share the source of the front door. I have been searching for a similar style without success. It is perfect with the arched cutout and the wavy glass. I look forward to each of your posts that are filled with such pretty photographs and inspiration. Thank you.

    1. Your entryway looks beautiful! Our UPS and Amazon delivery men enjoy our front porch too.

      No one comes in our front door either.

      We still make it pretty.

  2. Miche Ortega

    Gorgeous, as always. What is on the glass in your front door that provides privacy?

  3. Maria

    I’m sure yours is the delivery guys favorite porch! ❤️

    1. Thank you. It sure is my favorite place for them to deliver to. Hugs to you.

  4. Your entryway makes me giddy too. I love the pops of patriotic colors and flags.

  5. Your home is stunning! It is so elegant and welcoming! I love all of the beautiful touches of red, white, and blue that you added.

    1. Thank you so much, Lynne. I sure appreciate your kind words. Blessings to you, Renae

  6. Your home is really beautiful and the all of the patriotic decor is so welcoming.

  7. Leslie Watkins

    I’m not sure how I missed this post, but it is gorgeous!

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Renae Frey

Beautiful interiors don’t have to come with an outrageous price tag. My style is what I like to call Vintage French Farmhouse, I love mixing decorating styles, especially opposites like the glitz of a chandelier dripping in crystals with a chair upholstered in worn aged leather. Refined, yet not too formal-but, livable, elegant traditional design, adding warmth and vintage elements.

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