1,166 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
Opuntia cactus and sedum in a petite aged terracotta bowl. This planter is shown atop a metal two shelf rolling cart, also available for sale. Our planters are well grown in "experienced" pots and planters so when you bring them home, they have that grown in place look.
Where aluminum meets iron, this succulent arrangement forms a landscape architectural sculpture sure to be a focal point for your entry, patio or garden. The bowl measures 33 inches across and rest securely on an iron stand, height to the saucer rim is 32" (not including mounded plant height). An...
The cherry wood hanging apparatus on this wind chime is great looking with the aluminum. Feels like something old and something new. I love the sound of chimes in the wind on a summer day.
This outdoor thermometer is fun with its leaf pattern. It's smaller so it would be perfect by the front or back door so it can be checked on your way out.
I can only imagine the subtle yet full and satisfying sound that the clank of these discs would make in a gentle afternoon breeze. The unfinished porcelain is raw yet feminine and refined.
This outdoor mobile is super groovy. Look closely and you'll see the mirrored pieces are from recycled side view mirrors. I love that you can see bits and pieces of "Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear" throughout. The glass beads add a pretty pop of color. Very fun.
This wind chime is art and music at the same time. The art glass comes in several colors and is really striking along the body of the piece. The chimes are made of brass so they will have a beautiful sound.
This is one of the sweetest hummingbird feeders I've seen. The blue glass is beautifully offset by the patina of the copper cover. It's a great looking piece even when the birds aren't buzzing around.
Natural materianl and earth inspired style are the impetus behind the Asli Arts Woven Hat Chime. Hand musically tuned bamboo chimes hang from a 7" diameter upside down hand-woven hat. After each tube is tuned it is combined with others of different sizes to create deep resonating sound with a...
Last year I planted chicks and hens in my garden and they did not do well. Now that I see this topiary, I'm inspired to try again. It's already filled and planted, it just needs the right place to grow. It has a ton of character and adds height and texture to a garden.
What makes these folk art birdhouses so unique are the recycled garden tools and vintage kitchen utensils on the front. I would love to see a bird perched on top of the old ladle. If you're squeamish about ruining your art, keep it as a great tabletop piece on your porch or inside.
Chicken wire feels 100-percent countryside. I love this unorthodox food cover, although I could use it as a decorative accent over my indoor shelf plant.
Chicken Wire Cloche
This is a great looking fountain with modern, clean lines. At the same time, I think this would look perfect in the middle of a town square in Tuscany.
Times Three Fountain
We all know that summer can be hot, hot, hot! Keep track of the creeping temps with this mercury-less, colorful, indoor/outdoor thermometer. I'd choose the yellow one!
These Japanese bells are a different take on wind chimes. The different colors and little animal shapes make each one different. They would look great hanging on the eaves of a porch. They're made of cast iron, so I can only assume the tone of the ringing is a little more substantial than...
Japanese Bird Bells
From my book, Succulents Simplified. Aeoniums in a Talavera pot (sconce). Design by M.J. Martin for Sheila Bulley. Photo by Debra Lee Baldwin. For more ideas, go to my website's Photos page.
This makes me feel like I am walking through the streets of Puerto Rico with brightly colored houses and beautiful tile house numbers.
I love bottle trees because you can really make them your own with different colored/shaped bottles. This one adds on sunflowers for a little extra flair.
Psychobabble, irony, welcoming and unwelcoming all at once! This doormat is good for wiping your feet after taking the pooch for a nice long walk.
Garden in Medieval Bathtub BlissStraight from the old days, when people used to bathe in front of a fire in a tub of water that was boiled bucket by bucket - these vintage-looking planters bring an Old World resonance to your potted plants. They're suitable for indoor or outdoor use, and have a...
LED lights in Mardi Gras colors — yay! I dare you to put them up on the outside of your house if you don't live in New Orleans. They'd be cute for behind closed doors too.
Made with brass, crystal, rhinestones and more, this Bohemian Dreams wind chime is over-the-top funky cool.
I have never seen a bird feeder quite like this. It's a ferris wheel which could border on silly fun. But the glass feeders themselves are beautiful. The flower opening somehow works perfectly with the angular glass globes. I love everything that's going on here.
A simple seasonal winter urn, filled with natural finds, which enhances the look of any entrance way.
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