2,260 Eclectic Outdoor Products
In the past, patios, gardens and backyards were often barren wastelands, with maybe a chair and grill, but nothing more. Today, an outdoor space has now become like another room in the house, complete with patio furniture, outdoor fireplace, garden sculptures, lawn edging and weatherproof rugs and throw pillows. Making that dramatic of a transition can be daunting, but don’t fret: As long as you consider all the key components — seating, appearance, practicality and storage — your new and improved eclectic space will be the ultimate entertaining hub. More
About face! Add a little lightheartedness to your space with this white ceramic garden stool. Each side features a smiling Buddha that looks perfectly happy set next to a chair or sofa. Or, use it outdoors as an inspired plant stand or extra setting in the garden or on a deck.
Laughing Buddha Garden Stool
$518 · Only 6 Left
Basket Set. Set of 3. Rust. PLEASE NOTE: When ordering a quantity of 1, you will receive 2 sets of baskets in your shipment.
This garden stool rules. Inspired by an Angor king’s stool, it’s made of white porcelain in the shape of a face and crown. It looks absolutely amazing placed atop a bright kilim rug to stand in stark contrast. Or, use it as a striking focal point in your garden.
Imperial King Face Garden Stool
$460 · Only 7 Left
TERRAFORM (literally, "Earth-shaping") the process of deliberate modification of the atmosphere, temperature, surface topography or ecology to be similar to those of Earth to make it habitable by humans. All the pieces are hand-built of sturdy ferro cement shells, earth, and plants. This artist is...
$9,200 · Only 8 Left
A lovely large iron Armillary. Perfect fr any garden space. The base has a lovely moss, and adds a flowy natural motif to pair with the industrial iron.
Large Armillary with Stone Column Base
$5,800 · Only 1 Left
Transform your outdoor space into a tropical oasis with plenty of palm trees and hibiscus. Finish off the look by adding a row of these eye-catching oil torches.
Somehow I think I grew up in the wrong house. What kid wouldn't absolutely LOVE this playhouse? I feel cheated!
Monkey Mansion Treehouse
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.
Kill two birds with one stone with these outdoor illuminated planters. The milky white color is attractive enough for day, and the subtle glow is beautiful would light a garden path perfectly at night.
Pure Soft High Light
From my book, Succulents Simplified. Design by Danielle Romero. Photo credit: Debra Lee Baldwin. For more ideas, go to my website's Photos page.
This round table is colorful, traditional and eclectic at the same time. The bright blue is cheerful and the the patterned steel top looks positively vintage.
This is one of the sweetest hummingbird feeders I've seen. The blue glass is beautifully offset by the patina of the copper cover. It's a great looking piece even when the birds aren't buzzing around.
This wreath is full of sparkle and nontraditional colors. It would be perfect layered over a mirror in a girls' bedroom.
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.
This whole pillow is hand dyed and woven for a rustic, unique looking pillow that will definitely be noticed. I like the fact that playful polka dots are placed on such a neutral background like a coffee sack.
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?
Add a little homemade artistic touch to your herb garden. Not to mention practicality. I can't tell you how many times I look at parsley and see cilantro. Luckily herbs are known for their scent.
Last year I planted chicks and hens in my garden and they did not do well. Now that I see this topiary, I'm inspired to try again. It's already filled and planted, it just needs the right place to grow. It has a ton of character and adds height and texture to a garden.
Greenhouse built entirely of salvaged material with the exeption of the nails holding it together. Not a single dollar was spent on any material otherwise.
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 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
Plop some pillows inside, give me a good book and a breezy day and I am good to go in this beautiful hanging chair!
A simple seasonal winter urn, filled with natural finds, which enhances the look of any entrance way.
These Egyptian inspired lanterns have beautiful designs that remind one of the intricate patterns on ancient mosque walls. The forms themselves also add great design and interest.
This bench is a unique piece. It comes in other motifs like butterflies but I love the strength of the dragonflies. The cutout aspect makes it feel light but the steel makes it sturdy.
The Dragonfly Bench
This hand-wrought iron Greek key bench is available in many colors and would be a focal point in any garden. It is also available in aluminum.
I love the idea of having a seat in the garden. It is a beautiful place to sit, think and contemplate the beauty that is all around. I love the pretty color and shape of this bench.
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