Guest Picks: Farewell Summer
With that in mind, here are a few fun ways to create a relaxing atmosphere in that space with everything from great furniture to cozy pillows and playful decor — just add friends and good food.
This striped tablecloth is classic, beautiful and one of the best ways to brighten up a space (although flowers never hurt, either!).
I absolutely love these chairs. They are built from sturdy recycled metal and would undoubtedly take the look of your porch or patio to the next level.
An adorable way to sip refreshing drinks on your front porch. Each glass is screen-printed by hand too.
These cute pots add interest to a little herb garden (or jazz up a simple plant on your patio table).
This pretty leaf-patterned rug is perfect for a closed-in porch or entryway. I'd love to mix and match it with pillows and other accents.
A beautiful wood platter — because sitting out on the porch just isn't complete without snacks.
I think few accents make a space — indoors or out — feel cozier than lighted candles. These miniature lanterns are perfect for filling with tea lights to create a cozy mood.
I just love the simplicity of these. What a cute and modern way to style your plants for some major curb appeal.
I'm a huge fan of these stackable stools for porches and patios. They're inexpensive and can be used for everything from a side table to a convenient step stool for watering hanging plants.
I love cheerful yellow accents, and can imagine a sunroom perking up with the addition of these sunny ikat pillows.
The seagrass material and beehive shape of this pendant are both cute nods to the outdoors.
An inexpensive pitcher is a must for patio/porch dining and relaxing! This one's functional and cute enough for entertaining but not too fancy for outdoors.
I'll be the first to admit I gravitated towards this purely based on looks. But it does have a lot going for it: a sleek, space-saving design, two tiers for grilling and it even converts to a rotisserie!
I love having a hammock in an outdoor space (or even a closed-in porch with a nice view!). They're so relaxing, plus this one has cute stripes.
I love the rustic-industrial look of the reclaimed wood seat paired with recycled steel on this truly unique bench.
A little ceramic statuary like one of these would look so cute in the garden or on a side table on the front porch.
A great light fixture can make a huge impact, and this one would add some serious style to a front porch.
Oh, the endless possibilities of old wood crates — they're perfectly rustic for your outdoor space. I'd put potted herbs inside this lovely vintage one.
Paired with some cheery yellow pillows, these garden-inspired pillow covers would rock a sunroom (plus, they're handmade). I like that they're removable too, so you can easily wash them whenever needed.
This piece will take you from spring through summer and into early fall with its casual, natural look. It'd be just as pretty with bright tableware in the summer as it would decorated with pots of mums in the fall.Next: More products for outdoor spaces