1,166 Eclectic Outdoor Decor
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...
This unusual art installation for the garden is — would you believe it? — made from glass. The stems blend in wonderfully amongst a border of flowers and plants, and they glimmer and shine as they catch the light. It's a definite feature and talking point for a contemporary garden!
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...
This cement planter looks like a delicate basket. It's a very clever play on the format to take something heavy like cement to create a basket shape. It would look great with any type of plant indoor or out.
This boot planter is perfect for the fashionista gardener. It's actually quite cool with the details like the belt buckle and shoestrings with the mossy finish. It would look great on a side table with bright colored flowers.
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.
Upcycled mosaic cinder block garden planter-purple and white wave motif. This cinder block mosaic makes a great planter for herbs, succulents or lovely flowers. Approximate dimensions: 16" long, 12" wide, 8" deep. There are 2 openings for plants that are each 8"x"5.5" and 8" deep. I used a...
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...
This is such a great deal on a faux bois pot! It looks as if it has been sitting in a secret garden for decades. Use indoor as a cache pot for orchids or in the garden with your other pots.
This outdoor water wall is the perfect addition in any space. Engineered to perfection, this outdoor water feature is guaranteed to operate in the toughest outdoor conditions. Set-up is a cake walk; we designed it so that you can basically unpack , plug in, and begin to operate. Also, this outdoor...
Sometimes you just have to let people know how much you love patterns before they even get through the front door. This tribal doormat is the perfect option.
Home Scenic Home Doormat
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.
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.
Bird is the word. When life gives you lemons, make lemonade using Imm Living's whimsical Dr. Bird Juicer. Crafted from white ceramic, it features a Jamaican hummingbird where you can squeeze lemons, limes, and oranges. Gift it to a friend as a stylish housewarming present, or use to make fresh...
Lithe and winsome, the ballerina fairy holds a permanent pose that enchants and entices the neighborhood birds to her flower petal skirt. Twenty two inches of cast aluminum in a golden hue; stands on a base. Dimensions: 13"w x 14.5"d x 22"h
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 reversible doormat is a great way to greet guests as they enter your home, as well as say goodbye when it's time for them to leave. It's up to you if you decide to ward off everyone that comes over by intentionally reversing its orientation.
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.
Commissioned by a local painter, after the first 6" x 6" BoxPot, she found it necessary to order 3 more, one of which is 12" wide x 6" high. Especially for her Orchids.
More photos of an extra angle, custom ordered boxpotz. Various sizes available. Visit our website and select the boxpotz page for more information!
This garden planter is probably the cutest thing I’ve come across. You can hold your loveliest plants in four hanging buckets suspended by a realistic wagon-wheel center. The well-weathered finish gives it an antique look that never fades.
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.
You can never have enough galvanized metal containers. They can be planters, drink holders for a party or outdoor gear storage with style.
The Pennsylvania folk artists who make these weather vanes have terrific imaginations. These are wonderful and colorful. They would look great atop a garden shed or on the corner of a deck. They look great enough that visitors will want to get a close up look.
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