17,783 living space Outdoor Products
LED lights in Mardi Gras colors — yay! I dare you to put them up on the outside of your house if you don't live in New Orleans. They'd be cute for behind closed doors too.
Outdoor rugs create areas for dining, conversation or relaxing. Luckily, they're now available in classic designs that look as though they could live inside. Choose one that complements the decor and catches your eye.
Benches are such a practical outdoor seating solution. They can work at tables, at entryways or to divide spaces. This one has a classic wicker weave with durable materials and a splash of fun color.
Modern Outdoor Wicker Bench
I'm attracted to this minimal graphic rug. I don't think it's ideal for the living room, but it could go well in a dining room.
Grab the boy next door (or the one you live with) and ask him to give you a push on the old tire swing down by the creek. You'll feel 11 years old in no time.
This colorful wrought iron chair just says "garden party." I think it would also look just right around an old wood table in a breakfast nook.
What I like about this container is that it provides a great steel container with a wonderful topiary. This allows you to vary your planting and create something living and sculptural.
An outdoor grill is a must for summer entertaining, and if you are lucky enough to live in an area that enjoys warm temperatures year-round, you can't not own one of these!
Pink — how cute! If I lived by myself or with only girls these pink house numbers would surely be displaying my address loud and proud.
This is an impressive structure that looks great with the matching planters. A great way to define a space.
No summer is complete without great barbecue. This awesome Char-Broil grill has enough space to cook food for your family and friends in no time. I recently replaced my older grill with this one, and I could not be happier.
Now you can have snow all year around - the good kind. This wall grill adds interest to otherwise dull spaces with its intricate metal points. It's perfectly symmetrical and a great way to add that extra something to your outdoor space.
This patio set is a thing of daydream wish lists even though it's a pricey item and requires a lot of space for it to feel natural. The good thing is that sets like this tend to be modular, so you can have as few or as many pieces as you want to build your set in your own time.
I was going to say that a Moroccan outdoor rug might be too much (as I already have the pattern on my kitchen and living room floors), but then I saw this, and now I’m reconsidering.
Green Adirondack Chair
I can't get enough of this distressed dark wooden table; it's the perfect addition to an outdoor party space. It's definitely a splurge, but with seating for up to 10, you and your closest friends can enjoy the most intimate of patio dinner parties.
When I saw this umbrella, I immediately thought of the Mediterranean and the sea. Paired with solid-colored cushions, this is a great design element for elegant outdoor spaces.
Limoge Timber Umbrella
This bourbon barrel table is perfect for those of you with an industrial vibe to your space — I'm talking to you, Restoration Hardware lovers. But even if your interior is on the more modern side, these tables would work well with almost any outdoor decor.
Here's a laid-back spot for your porch or backyard. There's just enough of a tilt in the back to ensure you'll never want to get out of this armchair.Dimensions: 39"H x 25"W x 24"D; seat is 15"H. Made of rattan.
This Asian-inspired bird feeder would be a great addition to a zen-like garden space. On a more practical note, it's built to last and deter other animals from munching through all yoru bird seed. Save it for the birds.
Give your entrance a little flair. You can still give guests a grand welcome, even if you do live in a city apartment. Just place a stately planter like this one from Target outside your door. No natural light? Fill it with a faux topiary instead of fresh greens.
I like the clean modern shape of this hanging pendant. It's functional and simple, meaning it won't detract from the decor around it. I also like that it comes in multiple finishes so it can suit whatever theme you have adopted for your outdoor furniture and space.
I never seem to have enough space or the right surface to put plants on. These nesting shelves were made for plants with trays that can get wet and dirty. They have a classic look and area already weathered to complete the vintage feel. Combine with any eclectic mix of furniture on a patio, porch...
This stool is perfect for outdoor use. It's materials are durable and the diamond cut pattern reflects light from many different angles. It's a fun piece to use for a stool or a side table. Since it comes in three colors you can mix it up and use several of them in one space without being stale.
I used these very inexpensive concrete pavers in my patio area. I'm attempting to grow moss in the spaces between them.
Hammocks are expensive. While I do have pine trees in my yard, their spacing is not conducive for a hammock. This set from Target, however, eliminates any problems with setup in my backyard. It is affordable, but will it keep my husband from mowing the yard? Hmm …
Raised planter boxes are a thing of beauty. Make patio space or another sunny spot in your yard productive with a vegetable planter. I think they look great filled with healthy veggies. Just fill with soil and some compost (make sure to drill some holes for drainage), and plant!
Copper Plant Markers
This is a great looking wrought iron bench with the added bonus of folding away when not needed. I think it's a great idea for anyone who may have limited space and want extra seating, or someone who just likes to change up their decor.
Pull your patio decor together with this gorgeous diamond print outdoor rug. It's a great way to achieve a cohesive look.
This vase chandelier combines everything I love about an outdoor space: beautiful candlelight and gorgeous flowers. If flowers aren't your thing, you could fill the vase with interesting decorative rocks or just about anything that would stand out in the glass.
I've got at least a bit of French flair in each room of my house, but the theme falls apart in the backyard which is devoid of any real charm — and that's tragic! And easily rectified.
Chantilly Double Seat with Arms
Add some color and personality to your porch with these fun pillows. They will add not only some color and warmth to the space, but comfort as well — which is perfect if you end up napping on your porch like I do.
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