Light up your outdoor porch or patio space with a vintage-looking marquee letter. Find out how easy it was with some outdoor paint.
I’m totally digging all things green these days and decided to freshen up my front porch decor. By the way, did you see the buffalo check layered rug I painted by my front door? After that project I felt like the rest of my porch needed a little sprucing.
Join me for a mini tour and keep reading for a link to the full tutorial on how to make your very own vintage marquee letter for your front porch or patio.
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Both this bench and dresser got a coat of Magnolia Green paint by Kilz.
Now, I must mention that I love having an outdoor dresser on my porch. It brings a little farmhouse flair to this old house that happens to be located smack dab in the center of a small town. 😉
All this green inspired me to change up a replica marquee letter I had already. So I grabbed some of my favorite Americana Decor Outdoor Living paint. Visit their blog to see my full tutorial that includes a video demonstration!
Adding a pop of color makes this marquee letter decor stand out and day or night!
Here’s a closer look at some of my other vintage inspired front porch decor.
Moreover, terra cotta pots go so well with all things green, don’t they?
And of course, since it’s a Robb household, you know you can find a repurposed soda crate, vintage globe and an old thermos somewhere in the decor.
Don’t forget to visit the DecoArt Blog to get the scoop on how to paint a marquee letter to look vintage and also make it porch or patio ready!
Hydrangeas make the perfect accessory to my green porch decor.
I hope you enjoyed this mini tour of my front porch refresh and visit DecoArt to see the full project. Happy summer!
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