1,289 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
A copper whale weather vane will act as the perfect complement for any summer home, barn, cupola or garden!
Don't let the weather catch you off guard. This weather vane stands ready to show you which way the ocean winds blow.
Whale Weather Vane
This is a very common style mailbox found all over Europe. A version of this mailbox was sold by Lilian Vernon for many years. It measures approximately 9" wide x 14" tall and 5" deep. Available with optional newspaper hooks. Available in black, white, and the ever popular red.... with or...
Front Door Decor
Talk about horseplay! This hand-built equine creation mimics the topography of the Earth and makes a remarkable addition to your home or garden.
Add some color to your home or garden with a house number sign from Green Street Mosaics! Mosaic address plaques are wonderful housewarming, holiday, and wedding gifts!
Seriously. Is this the cutest doormat or what? My would say “The Benjamins” — because it’s all about the benjamins.
I think these house numbers are fun because they remind me of the old digital clock radio I had in high school. The pixelated numbers will add a fun yet modern feeling to your house.
This little garden snake is a fun plan on the less fun real copper heads. I would much rather run into him in my garden than the real thing. Maybe he'll keep the bad guys away?
Fun, funky, and always very unique, Fred Conlon's award-winning metal art has appeared in art festivals across the nation. Handmade mostly from recycled material, factory seconds and stuff found in the scrap yard, each piece is unique and one of a kind.
This smiling, lowly metal snail will be much more welcome in your garden than its slimy cousin. Can also be used as a paperweight or fun desk accessory.
This large-scale statue for your home or garden is guaranteed to impress friend and foe with its sheer magnitude and detail. It is cast in quality designer resin and finished to be indistinguishable from authentic fossils. Features: -Hand finished.-Customers are encouraged to bring in items during...
Why, you ask? Because you can. I almost passed up this set of bird feeders but couldn't help myself. This groovy bus actually houses birds. Plus, it has a solar panel on the top so the birdhouse lights up at night. It's playful and fun and would be great for kids.
Novelty Solar Birdhouses
A 1920s German artist first created this image. Ed Annick picked up on it to make this playful doormat. The retro design has very smart contemporary materials. That's my favorite part because my doormats always fall apart too fast.
This birdhouse actually looks like a nest. I can see it attracting the bigger birds with it's large opening and nest-like feel. I love the twigs and mossy feeling. It's functional and great looking.
This is one of the most unique bird feeders I have seen. This hand thrown piece of pottery is constructed to look like an acorn and house eastern bluebirds. What I like about it is that the opening is large enough. So often, birdhouses are made to be little and cute and don't really accommodate...
An unexpected twist on the outdoor planter! I could see this steel bicycle plant stand propped up in front of a farmhouse for a whimsical touch.
This fountain is the ultimate if you're looking for a water feature to blend into the scenery. It can be placed in a bed of ferns to really achieve the rainforest effect.
I love the whimsical vibe that these ceramic mushrooms bring to a potted plant or terrarium. They're the perfect accessory for a dreamy garden.
Pet the poodle! I have a thing for poodles and if I actually had one as a pet, this would be hanging on my front door. How cute!
Welcome Sign, Poodle
Welcome Home. This modern wall planter adds flair and style to vertical gardening with sleek satin nickel street numbers. Looks particularly great with succulents!
I was first attracted to this birdhouse because it doesn't require a tree. Since my last tree died a year ago, this is a big plus. The copper roof and the geometric halo over the top make it really unique.
Something new underfoot. A unique flooring alternative, this modern, American-made mat was digitally dyed with the image of hand-dyed and embroidered blue fabric designed by Brooklyn's Cook & Gates. Soft and a little squishy, its skid-proof rubber backing won't slip or slide. Use indoors or out as...
I am becoming a big fan of artist Fred Conlon. He creates such incredible sculptures that I almost feel guilty about even thinking they could go outside. His images have an almost Tim Burton-like feel to me. These fish can be used as a great focal point with or without plants included. Conlon turns...
If you're afraid to commit to painting your entire door, this dark red door knocker might do the trick instead. It's oozing with vintage charm.
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.
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