1,166 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
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.
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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A giggling trio of amphibious acrobats enjoys a merry moment of mirth, playfully tumbling down the length of a free-swinging rope. An utterly irresistible hanging sculpture that brings loads of love and laughter to your garden!
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.
This is super cool. The beautiful glass globe has crystals that will absorb sunlight during the day and glow for up to 4 hours at night. I like this because it looks great hanging in the light by day and adds visual interest at night.
Add water or seed to this teacup and saucer set to please your feathery friends. I'd love to make something similar with a ceramic set from Goodwill or HomeGoods.
This doormat is a great place to pause and take off muddy shoes, wipe down mucky paws, and remove leashes. It will also warn visitors what they are in for once the door opens!
This butterfly string reminds me of watching butterflies come and go in the yard during the summer months. Every once in a while several together will wind their way down and then take off as soon as they've lit down. It's a great way to enjoy butterflies year round.
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.
Welcome Home. This modern wall planter adds flair and style to vertical gardening with sleek satin nickel street numbers. Looks particularly great with succulents!
Raised garden beds are perfect for gardening in small spaces, rentals, or paved areas. They reduce the need to weed and promote healthy, easily accesible vegetables.
Unfortunately, spring blooms cannot last all year, but these everlasting alliums can add color to your garden anytime. These steel orbs come in springtime hues and have gold accents for a bit of sparkle. They are designed for all weather conditions. You might even fool some guests into thinking...
I get so excited when I buy a new doormat (simple pleasures) then am quickly disappointed at how fast it falls apart or fades. I love that this frog doormat is made of materials that will last. Plus, it's a doormat of interlocking frogs - how cool is that? Maybe it will ward off the plagues.......
These little guys are a great way to add subtle interest to your garden beds. All three come together so you can group them together or space them out for a pleasant surprise as you stroll through your gardens.
Every home should have one piece that elicits a chuckle, and this oversize froggie table would surely do it for me. You can place your cute, servile friend to the side of your chair or bench for just a touch of quirk, or put him out front to be the fun centerpiece of your outdoor space.
This organic birdbath seems delicate but is sturdy. It's small enough to fit in large containers on your patio or deck but interesting enough to be a focal point in your garden.
Bronzed Leaf Birdbath
Displaying beautiful craftsmanship and fine detail, our magical garden sculpture portrays a fairy gently kneeling while lovingly cradling a bird. At more than two feet tall, this wonderfully fantastical sculpture is certain to draw attention while its weather-resistant aluminum construction will...
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.
The Gumby of the frog world. He’s testing his reach before he goes vertical. This piece is fashioned of cast iron with a pinch of patina and a calculated expression of wonder.
Giving the ol' door mat a good whacking is an essential part of any spring clean. If you've done that and it's still looking anything but welcoming, it might be time for a new one.
This lion's head door knocker is regal and sophisticated with a dash of whimsy. It would really pop against my red front door.
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...
Not ready to roll out the welcome mat? Express your sense of humor (or lack of one) with this whimsical mat.
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 is a great looking fountain with modern, clean lines. At the same time, I think this would look perfect in the middle of a town square in Tuscany.
Times Three Fountain
This planter is ingenious. I love the idea of planting succulents and accenting with shells, like in the picture. This would look great on the ground or on a side table. It would also look great as a bird bath. So many different uses.
Something new underfoot. A unique flooring alternative, this modern, American-made mat was digitally dyed with a green and purple grid design originally created from hand-cut paper by Domestic Construction founders Trish Andersen and Maureen Walsh. Soft and a little squishy, its skid-proof rubber...
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