20,376 dress up Outdoor Design Photos

Paintbox Garden
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Chokeberry
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will dress up a border with its display of carmine fruit and glossy foliage in late fall. Go for maximum impact by planting evergreens for contrast.
Chokeberry for autumn and winter colour. A shrub that will dress up any
Chokeberry (Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima') Native chokeberry is an underused shrub that will dress up a border with its display of carmine fruit and glossy foliage in late fall. Go for maximum impact by planting evergreens for contrast. USDA zones:
Chokeberry (Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima') Native chokeberry is an underused shrub that will dress up a border with its display of carmine fruit and glossy foliage in late fall. Go for maximum impact by planting evergreens for contrast. USDA zones:
“zone 9 good for low, wet areas” — drdowling
UnCommon INteriors
Roberto Lane
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Throw a fancy lawn party. Dress up your regular backyard furniture with new cushions, or simply drape a few yards of colorful fabric over the existing cushions to refresh the look.
3. Throw a fancy lawn party. Dress up your regular backyard furniture with new cushions, or simply drape a few yards of colorful fabric over the existing cushions to refresh the look. Cover any old table (even a giant overturned planter will do) with a floor-length tablecloth for instant elegance. Bring
3. Throw a fancy lawn partyDress up your regular backyard furniture with new cushions, or simply drape a few yards of colourful fabric over the existing cushions to refresh the look. Cover any old table (even a giant
“Tree privacy fence” — vjonson
Shelley Gardea
Front Porch
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striped Sunbrella draperies to dress up the outdoor sitting area
Inviting Adirondack chairs with monogrammed pillows welcome guests to the Benedicts' cozy porch. The couple installed striped Sunbrella draperies to dress up the outdoor sitting area. When they bought the house, it had a 1970s-style front door with gold diffused glass. Dan replaced it with this door, which
“Pillows” — leeann3140
Scot Meacham Wood Design
Scot Meacham Wood Design
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an impromptu outdoor dinner party, use this designer's solution as inspiration. Chic black and white textiles always look fresh and clean, and can dress up even the most casual outdoor space.
Rugging up. Imagine this outdoor dining room without the rug. It would be just another picnic table.
Light it upWe all like to be able to see what we are eating, so if your barbecue is going to stretch on into
Rugs work the same outside as they do inside, providing a focal point and a base upon which to add layers and warm up a space. The well-coordinated rug, tablecloth and pillows paired with durable (and comfortable!) teak chairs work beautifully with the bushy green s
Spruce up your outside zone. If you have a yard or patio, be sure to have somewhere for people to sit — and if you have a table for al fresco dining, all the better
“Paving stones” — windy903
Rikki Snyder
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Rhinebeck, NY Winter Decor
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A bare fruit tree in New York dresses up for the holidays.
Spruce up a bare tree
“light flowers” — namitavir
Julie Ranee Photography
Mark and Elisabeth
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Really cute. Is that a vintage tablecloth? It reminds me of something I grew up with.
chairs is a great way to inject some carefree, French-style charm into your garden. They’re easy to care for, too: give them a simple wipe down, then dress up with a pretty tablecloth and cushions.
“Love the vintage patio furniture” — Anah Panovsky
Rhodes Architecture + Light
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Spring Hill Residence
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which might otherwise have felt cramped. Plants with variegated leaves, fine texture and broad forms help liven up the setting, and the orange lily provides good contrast.
9. Dress up a side yard. Side yards are often neglected and relegated to housing garbage cans and compost bins. They also don’t
“Pasillo” — mi casa
Paintbox Garden
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Boxwood Planters
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beats boxwood for classic good looks in containers at this time of year, especially by doorways, where it can be dressed up with tiny white lights or left au naturel. For best effect, mix things up with different-size containers and plants, and make sure they're watered on a regular basis throughout the season
“Winter garden” — Sharmistha Das
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