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I love the rustic look, don't you? These distressed white planters just scream, "Oh, I've had these forever, and I'm simply too preoccupied with much more pressing matters (like making gin and tonics and looking at the stars) to repaint them." Line your outdoor space with similarly casual aplomb.
Plan to spend the summer outdside? Make it a comfortable and chic stay by investing in a few of these armchairs from Kenneth Cobonpue. The outdoor version is made of materials that can handle the weather while still looking good.
Lolah Easy Armchair
These outdoor lights have a ton of character. They almost look like an old phone booth. They're solar so you can have great accent lighting without worrying about wires or flames.
Solar Garden Light
I have finally found the edging fencing for my garden. It's big enough to deter my dogs but has style. The current wire fencing I have is coming DOWN this spring. The pattern has a whimsical, delicate feel but it's made of iron so you can be sure it's strong.
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.
This ceramic planter is unique because each one is hand thrown. I can't help but feel like I'm looking at a piece of moon rock. It's organic and other-worldly looking at the same time.
This garden sculpture is truly unique because you can bend it into whatever you want. It comes straight but you can do anything you like with them. They're also slim enough to sway in the breeze so they'll always be eye catching.
I love this firepit because it takes an industrial material like steel, shapes it into a tulip opening and adds fire. What a great combination for an eye-catching scene.
The Firefly Firebowl
This set of lanterns have wires that entwine to create an intricate pattern for the handles. The glass is also beautifully crafted. They're perfect for a centerpiece on your porch table to provide mood lighting or get creative with the contents and placing of them for a different spin.
This leaf shaped sculpture is a bit strange but has a ton of character. I like the idea of a bright red organic shape peaking up out of a stand of flowers or placed near a tree to add a pop of color and interest.
This bench is positively bursting with character right up to the funky finishes on the back. I love how the lacquered wood works with the iron. Somehow the pattern of the iron manages to take on an organic shape, looking like crossed limbs of a tree. It's unique and cool.
This Victorian arbor is the epitome of formal English gardening right down to the arches and spikes. I can see it straddling a path with masses of roses climbing all over it. What a stunning summer centerpiece for a garden.
This unique bench is organic and completely other-worldly at the same time. The steel has been so intricately cut out into a million wild shapes that just sort go together. It is one of the most eye catching pieces of patio furniture I've ever seen.
This planter may be cast in stone but is very organic with the fern imprint on the side. It's a cool way to not just have plants in your planter but on your planter too.
This is a truly unique bird feeder. I love the fun owl shaped in metal with a belly full of sunflower seeds. A playful way to feed your birds.
The pendant has an elegant indoor feeling but is made to withstand the outdoors. I can see why it's named a cathedral pendant because it would look terrific swinging down from a vaulted porch ceiling.
Kichler Cathedral Pendant
I love the organic feel of this chaise made of steel. It looks like a leaf molded into an improbably shape. A very cool outdoor piece.
I love being able to add a playful, fun item to my outdoor decor that is functional as well. This snail is so cute I almost feel guilty rubbing dirt all over it - almost. The actual form seems very conducive to getting a good scrub all over your muddy garden clogs.
This wicker lamp is a different take on the Asian lantern theme. I like that the wicker shade gives it a very natural feel. Another great feature is that it has high/low options so you can set the lighting to the mood.
It's hard to picture the farmhouse chair that inspired this design. The geometry is actually inspired by Amish barns. Whatever the motive, the woven shapes create an original and eye catching frame for this modern chair. I love the bold colors and that you can mix and match frame and cushion...
This birdhouse is simple and modern. I like the materials and the fact that it reminds me of retro lunch boxes for some reason.
I love the mix of materials in this non-traditional bistro table. The MDF top leads to steel which leads to walnut. It's kind of fun how it gets more organic as it gets closer to the ground. Check out how the supports come together in an intertwined pattern - no detail too small. It would be a...
Stick this guy int he sun and he'll light up like a good idea. OK, so I couldn't help myself. I love the light bulb look of the art glass and the wire 'flower petals' arranged around it. The unit comes with it's solar panel attached so the only prerequisite is a sunny spot.
There's something industrial and natural about this hanging planter at the same time. It's durable with galvanized steel frame but gets an organic feel from the entwined mountain rope. It's a cool way to do something different with your planters.
Every year my Sedum comes up in my garden and I forget that by July I need these guys. This year I'm going to be prepared. What I really like about this planter is that it supports multiple stalks and looks really cool, even when it's not supporting flowers so you can leave it out year round.
These lanterns are colorful and fun. It's an affordable way to add playful lighting to your yard, porch or deck. The best part is that they're battery operated so you won't see unsightly wires strung all over the place.
Save electricity with a solar fountain! Bright cobalt blue glazed ceramic pots cascade water into the basin below.
I did say fantasy garden, right? Well, then this rust-resistant steel and wire jardiniere — available in any one of Marston & Langinger's 70 paint colors — is one I'd include if money was no object. Picture how pretty plants would look sitting inside that beauty.
Jardiniere Small Long
This beaded wire wind chime, filled with tiny bells, is an affordable choice of music to lure the fairies from hiding.
Beaded Iron Wind Chime
These colorful striped paper lanterns are the perfect way to add some light to your patio party. They light up from the power of just two AA batteries and you can move them around without worrying about pesky wires.
I am so intrigued by designer Stefan Zwicky's concrete homage to the iconic Corbusier chair. This really brings a modern classic outdoors. It's not for every space, but it would certainly add a cool detail to some landscapes.
The clear front glass panel on this stainless steel mailbox allows you to easily see if you have incoming mail.
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