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Guest Picks: Outdoor Treasures for Cheery Outdoor Spaces
My outdoor deck is finally finished — and just in time for winter. Well, there are still a few weeks left before the San Diego nights become too chilly to enjoy. As I begin to fill the space with an outdoor dining area, beautiful pots and colorful pillows, I've been on the hunt for cheery inspiration. With all of the wood tones (in the deck, large dining table and outdoor sectional), many of these bright colors are just what the space needs. — Morgan from Pepper Design Blog
I would love to add a pair of these round basket chairs for an instant fun (and quirky) design statement on the patio. Plus, they look awfully comfortable.
I would use this big guy outside as a side table. It has such a fun shape, and it's a perfect way to mix up the expected.
Vibrant and colorful, this is the perfect welcome note to guests walking into your home. I love the bright colors.
Indoor pillows can be used outside, just be sure to place them in areas of constant shade and pull them indoors during the rainy season.
Say no more than "vintage tangerine garden table," and I'm sold. The bright pop of color brings this swirly, reminiscent-of-'70s-patio-furniture table back from the brink of being dated. It has a look that's quite fun when paired with a few bistro chairs and a cup of morning coffee.
This is the ottoman I've been dreaming about for my outdoor space. It's perfectly proportioned for feet while watching an outdoor movie and sturdy enough for drinks and coasters when it's cocktail hour.
Unique red stoneware clay house numbers will set your casa apart from the rest.
I love the contemporary white color and the sleek, stylish design of these box-shaped planters.
Enjoy laundry day with these handmade striped clothespins. They will bring a smile to your face every time you line dry your delicates.
This olive cushion offers the perfect pop of color for an outdoor space, especially when paired with a wood dining table and wood chairs.
Friends, it's Movember: the month to recognize and remember all of those who have suffered from men's health issues. And it's the month to grow a mustache.
This guy is a structural beauty and comes in an unexpected shape for an outdoor dining space. Pair it with fun or traditional chairs, and enjoy the well-built sturdiness of this table for decades.
These citrine dining chairs look both happy and comfortable. I love that these break the traditional outdoor furniture rules and offer full and bright padding for your tush.
I love a little outdoor shade, especially when it's delivered by a stylishly shaped, classic, fresh and white umbrella such as this guy. Plus, it's rectangular — who would have thought?
I've been a huge fan of hanging lounge chairs lately, and this fabric version looks incredibly comfortable and fun. Perhaps I can fit one under the tree in the backyard.
My daughter would love an outdoor table all to herself, and this hand-crafted wooden play table is the perfect size.
Beautiful billowy curtains make a great addition to an outdoor pergola or enclosed deck. The candy cane stripes on this pair make them my favorites.
Protect your noggin when outdoors by covering up with a beautifully brimmed straw hat.
Pretty and water-repellent gloves for a long day in the garden will be the motivation to get outdoors and repot those patio plants.
This metal planter would look fantastic with beautiful fig ivy dripping out of it — or maybe a tall topiary chopped and shaped just so. It's a unique find for an outdoor space.
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