1,166 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
Lady head planters add whimsy and fun to the garden. Add it to a concrete column for architectural details.
Vibrant and colorful, this is the perfect welcome note to guests walking into your home. I love the bright colors.
This iron boot planter will get plenty of conversations going. Fill it with overflowing vines and add it to a flower bed.
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...
This client wanted a wildflower look reminiscent of her wedding bouqet. The containers bring a bit of beauty to an often-used side entrance.
Even the friendly garden gnome can turn ghoulish. This guy will scare anyone who dares to enter the garden.
Fantasy decorating is all about playing make-believe, so why not pretend you've got a cow friend in the backyard? This life-size, realistic-looking Holstein would fulfill one's farm fantasies with no feeding or messes — it's ideal! Plus, it would be worth it just to see the look on your visitors'...
Echeveria in a talavera pot. Photo by Debra Lee Baldwin. For more ideas, go to my website's Photos page.
This is a very cool way to recycle railroad spikes. This little grasshopper is playful and would look great creeping out of a planter or sitting on a side table.
I can't help but love this guy. The title of the piece says the surfer is holding the board with a shark bite but I beg to differ. I think it's the little surfer with the fangs who bit off the end of his own board! It's a great piece and a fun conversation starter.
Clusters of yarn create a cute wreath with a primitive feel. This is a fun, whimsical and long-lasting alternative to greenery.
This wreath is full of sparkle and nontraditional colors. It would be perfect layered over a mirror in a girls' bedroom.
What a great DIY garden focal point. If you save cool bottles and never know what to do with them, this is a clever way to use them and add color to your garden, especially in the dreary months. The best part is that you can change out the bottles whenever you get tired of them for a completely new...
Water flows gently down a lit glass wall as a dragonfly hovers amid a cattail cove. This unique fountain creates a serene scene in any outdoor setting.
Outdoor Dragonfly Serenity Water Fountain
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!
Here's a bit of garden sculpture that you can actually personalize with up to 10 characters. Wouldn't it be fun to have it personalized with the name of your dog or to give it as a gift to a friend with her doggies name.
This wall-mounted mailbox is constructed from sheet aluminum and is available in funky hand-finished powder-coat colors like this bougainvillea pink and key lime.
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.
I always try to have a birdbath in my yard. It’s fun to watch as they ruffle their feathers in the water. This mushroom style is truly garden art.
This one is made from the Indian Currant bush — a new one for me. It's a statement piece and would be perfect indoors or outdoors.
Jumbo Indian Currant Wreath
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