986 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
These glass pieces are alien and natural looking at the same time. They remind me of exotic flowers you would find in the rain forest. I love that they're available in such a wide variety and combination of colors. It makes it easy to mix and match for an other-worldly scene both day and lit up at...
This little butterfly is creative and fun. I can see it in a plant, reflecting sunshine to create a decorative addition to any potted plant or bare nook in a garden.
This see-saw sculpture must be mesmerizing to watch in action. I love the idea of watching the birds "flying" up and down out of a bed of wildflowers. The bronze finish should acquire a nice patina over time which would add to the effect.
Birds in Flight
This garden ornament is a great mix of new and antique materials. The mercury glass balls make the sculpture with it's vintage look and shine.
Have a little fun with this faux bark welcome mat. It tells all your guests that you're sophisticated but still have a sense of humor.
These small pots are perfect for plants you've just seeded or grown from your more mature plants. They have a very light green wash that won't clash indoor or out. They would look great on a window sill.
These iron pails are excellent planters but really can be anything. I'm a big fan of the hammered metal look in planters and like the idea of mixing up the three sizes to create a grouping of plants.
These pots are a surprise. At first glance, they look completely square but on second glance, have different geometry with softened corners. They have live moss on them so will continue to patina if you keep them in the shade.
Sometimes when I get bored on a plane I look to SkyMall. When I look at SkyMall and I come across gems like a Bigfoot sculpture, I giggle uncontrollably and my seatmate looks at me like I'm crazy.
This just makes me swoon — it would be lovely to hold a plethora of herbs or some little appetizers while entertaining outside.
This is such a pretty way to display flowers or fresh fruit. Just be sure to bring in the fruit so the animals don't come snacking!
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.
I love this planter for the shape and the materials. I'm a big fan of low, wide planters. This one is cleverly fashioned from old tires for a rugged look. It also has handles so you can move it around your garden as needed.
These Dale Chihuly–inspired plant stakes would add a quirky touch outside a window amongst the flowers and plants.
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.
Every garden needs a bit of whimsy and what better way to add some than with a cute mermaid. This Water Deva would be right at home near a pond, waterfall or pool. She can even be personalized!
This cute kitty can be personalized with up to 10 characters to make him purrrfect for your garden. I love the shadow he casts on the walkway. Sculpture gives a garden a whole new dimension and aesthetic.
Playful and charming, our Mrs. Powers Door Knocker is sure to bring a smile to your visitors’ faces. This sturdy iron knocker features a swinging lass with an eternally sunny disposition. Rich black/brown patina finish. A sealant coating is recommended.
This planter is a lot of fun. It's also nice and deep so you can plant a variety of plants in it to grow your own focal point for your patio.
I love this wrought iron garden stake because it's not only decorative, it adds a little light to your front yard too. Place a couple of these in the gardens along the path to your front door and create a warm and inviting environment for your guests.
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...
I've seen a lot of bird feeders but none quite like this. The rusted metal finish works perfectly with the form to make it feel like real cattails. They would look fantastic nestled in a bed of flowers and come in a pair.
This is an adorable way to provide a much needed habitat to honey bees. We hear so much about bees in danger, why not be stylish and environmentally conscious? The different sized holes create a clever pattern on the brightly colored wooden bee. I can really see this brightening up a corner of my...
Honey Bee House
Summer is coming...plan now for some fabulous entertaining! This beautiful copper beverage stand will help your guests find their favorite ice cold beverage on those balmy hot days of summer.
This colorful set of birdhouses would be a great looking addition to a bare wall. In addition, it provides plenty of housing for the littler birds like wrens. A great combination.
Summer Home Multi Birdhouse
Add some whimsy to your garden with a little garden art in the shape of a vase full of blooming flowers. Fun!
This is not your grandma's garden gnome. I love how his rear is decorated in graphic bamboo print. It's apparently inspired from stands of bamboo that grow around London. Whatever the inspiration, he's cheeky and fun and I think he would look great in any garden bed.
Urban Gnome Bamboo
As the ultimate symbol of hospitality, this pineapple door knocker will make your guests feel welcome with their first knock.
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