Looking at my Spring porch decor today. As usual I found a place for my latest junk finds on the porch. I spray painted a wicker plant stand that belonged to my Mom and it’s on the porch! And it’s YELLOW.
Can you see the wood parrot sitting in the fern? That parrot is all beat up but he still shows up in my decor occasionally. I took him off of an old sign that was in worse shape than the parrot.
Anything yellow really makes a showing so I gathered all the yellow stuff I could find but still saved room for the rusty junky stuff.
This is the wicker plant stand I brought home a couple of years ago from Mom and Dad’s house. It was just sitting in a shed not being used. Then it set in our workshop for a while then on the carport holding flowers, then sitting empty.
I decided it was time to paint it. No cleaning or anything. I just grabbed the spray paint and went to work.
I started with Rustoleum Gloss spray paint color Tuscan Sun. I just grabbed any yellow color in my spray paint stash.
The Tuscan Sun was very bold so I used Rustoleum Summer Squash to lighten the look just by spraying lightly over a few areas on the plant stand. This way the color wasn’t just one note.
And I have to say the wicker plant stand looks so much better with the new color. I put a large fern in the stand. I love ferns.
That side of the porch also has my old rusty folding chair and the bird nests displays I made last week. I went to Walmart and stocked up on pretty plants. I don’t know what the name of the purple flowering plant is but the price was $1. The yellow pots are from IKEA and I’ve had them for a while.
Then we have one of my rusty pots filled with Pansy’s.
Another view of the parrot in the fern. I placed a black shutter behind the yellow wicker stand. It makes a nice backdrop instead of the multi-color house brick.
On the right side of the porch I have all kinds of goodies. The brown board leaning against the brick was on the opposite side for the past few porch decorating seasons.
The yellow bucket with Cola Concentrated Syrup written on the side in red is an auction buy. I think I paid around $15 for the bucket and it was worth every penny. I placed a couple of bricks in the bottom of the bucket and then plopped in the fern, container and all.
The rabbit is from TJMaxx. I fell in love with him. The crusty yellow top table is usually in the workshop or outside the workshop being used as a project table.
I mixed in a couple of different plants in the metal and wood box that is also an auction buy.
Another view of the rabbit and yellow cola syrup can.
The colorful flower bucket was an auction purchase. That little bucket just makes me smile. Sometimes it’s the little things.
I have the same flowering plant, and again I don’t know what kind it is, on the opposite side of the porch in a rusty bucket sitting on the wicker plants stand bottom shelf. In case I haven’t mentioned it to you guys before I don’t have a green thumb and I don’t know a whole lot about flowers.
And that about wraps it up. What do you think about the yellow? I have a plan for a door wreath but haven’t put it together yet. Maybe in a couple of days. There is going to be some yellow in the wreath too. That will bring everything together.
You can find more Spring porch decor here…Yellow Front Porch Decor And A Sparkly Bunny Ears Wreath
Check out my vintage dustpan wreath here….How To Make A Door Wreath Using Flea Market Finds
Tell me your favorite thing on the porch. Thanks for being here, Kathy