1,325 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
Have you ever seen such a pretty monogram? I love the moss letters and burlap ribbon. This may need to grace this (almost) newlywed's door this season.
These door knockers are the perfect way to add your initials to your front door. I don't have a front door of my own to put one on yet, but I'm really tempted to get one now so that one day I can use it.
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.
I love the character in this little toad house. It's roof is made in the image of a Clerodendrum leaf. I've never seen a Clerodendrum but it looks really cool as a roof. It blends in with its surroundings and is a great way to attract the natural little bug eaters.
This little flower garden stake stands out with its turquoise center. It provides a bright spot of color surrounded by rusted petals. It's a great little flower to add to the garden.
Poppy Power. Infuse your patio or backyard with vibrant style using the Parkent Poppy Multi Outdoor Rug from Padma's Plantation. Crafted from weather-resistant polypropylene, this outdoor rug features durable hand-hooked construction for a long-lasting design that's perfect for an exterior patio...
A colorful doormat is the best way to brighten up a front porch. I love changing them out to change the attitude of the entryway.
Benton 18"x30" Doormat
Something new underfoot. A unique flooring alternative, this modern, American-made mat was digitally dyed with a kaleidoscopic triangle pattern created from hand-cut paper by Domestic Construction founders Trish Andersen and Maureen Walsh. Soft and a little squishy, its skid-proof rubber backing...
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.
These house numbers are so simple, rustic and classic that they'll fit on just about any style home.
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
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.
With its metal dishes floating above a handsome chunk of black cherry stone, Orbits adds water and a sweet tone to a garden or inside atrium or planter.
Home & Garden
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
This gorgeous Wind Chime Twisting Copper & Gem Hanging Garden Porch Decoration Decor has the finest details and highest quality you will find anywhere! Wind Chime Twisting Copper & Gem Hanging Garden Porch Decoration Decor is truly remarkable.
I love these pots. Each one is unique and hand-made with gorgeous, bright colors. They range from small to very large so would look great mixed and matched all around your outdoor spaces.
This makes me feel like I am walking through the streets of Puerto Rico with brightly colored houses and beautiful tile house numbers.
This wreath is full of sparkle and nontraditional colors. It would be perfect layered over a mirror in a girls' bedroom.
These lovely earthenware planters are handmade to order in artist Samantha Carter’s Asheville, North Carolina workshop.
Fairy gardens are a new trend that’s a fun twist on terrarium creations. Set up a small home for fairies at your dinner party for an extra magical touch.
I love this quirky twist on the birdhouse. If I were going to have one in my backyard, it would be one of these. They are too cute!
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