1,162 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
Outdoor décor both personalizes and sets your home apart from your neighbors. Whether you’re decorating your yard for a summer barbecue or celebrating the holidays, outdoor decorating ideas range from simplistic to elegant and chic. More
Whimsical birdhouse recalls the bygone days when the car was king and gas stations ruled the roadside! Delightfully decorated with an array of authentic service station touches.
Gas Station Birdhouse
Training outdoor plants can be quite the task, but with these wire garden trellis it should be a walk in the park. They're quite chic as well, which is an added bonus during those months you await for your plants to grow in full.
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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...
These planters have just the right mix of modern and playful. I think the mixed colors in this picture look great together. If you have a more monochromatic look, put Aubergine and mushroom together - still great but a bit more muted.
Looking for a unique planter with an organic feel? Well, today's your lucky day. This planter is wonderful looking and would be striking as a set flanking a walkway or entry.
I love the idea of creating my own tiki torches from wine bottles. What a fun way to keep the bugs at bay!
Mint for mojitos? Basil for pizza? A little kitchen herb garden will be perfectly planted in this little tub.
Vintage Bathtub with Stand
So it would behoove you to slowly back away from the door, unless you have something especially meaty in that gift bag.
Talk about horseplay! This hand-built equine creation mimics the topography of the Earth and makes a remarkable addition to your home or garden.
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I love this snail for his form alone. His sloping "neck" and coiled "shell" are adorable. The bonus of this guy is that he can be used as a trellis as well. I can see him with vines climbing up and his little antennae peering out of the top.
These house numbers are so simple, rustic and classic that they'll fit on just about any style home.
Now this is a new one. Grass numbers are definitely a new way to make a statement. The green stands out perfectly on the orange background. No one will miss this from the street.
Herb Garden Wall
Dripping Springs's dishes seem to float in space, the water rising magically and falling musically, reflecting the beauty around it.
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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.
The trip to the mailbox becomes a treat when greeted by a cast brass songbird atop this handsome design. With a flower pull, scalloped petals, braided trim, and a generous size, our powder-coated metal mailbox makes even junk mail a bit more promising. Pre-drilled mounting holes on bottom and sides...
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.
Pumpkins aren't just for Halloween! I think these would look neat peaking out of a wild garden bed. Great sculpture year round.
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.
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?
Two-piece decoration creates the illusion of a mischievous squirrel poking out from a tree trunk; a merry accent indeed! Lifelike furry fellow will have visitors guessing and grinning for years.
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.
I love the robin's egg blue glaze on this birdbath. I also love how cleverly this was designed. It is solar powered so no cords are needed and it has a hidden reservoir to replenish the water. It can go anywhere without worrying about power or a water source. I like it.
My son loves to watch birds bathe in our driveway's puddles, but this gorgeous bird bath is much more interesting. Who wouldn't want to splash around in something so pretty?
This lion's head door knocker is regal and sophisticated with a dash of whimsy. It would really pop against my red front door.
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...
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