Ideas for Outdoor Decorating

Since I have not been able to share my side yard yet, I thought I would dig into my archives and share some of my past outdoor projects.

My  old door privacy screen  is one of my favorite outdoor projects I have done. I recently helped out at a wedding that used this idea to make back drops.

Mason jar hanging vases is a fun way to make a clothesline look pretty and for me, since I already had the jars, it was free! You don’t even have to have a clothes line. String some rope somewhere to create the same effect.

 Planter boxes on the fence turn a long boring fence into a feature wall! I am getting ready to re-stain my fence so I have not put mine back up this year but I can’t wait to see them up again :)

My ladder turned plant stand may or may not make an appearance in my side yard…… I lOVE it :)

Paint is one of the fastest and most inexpensive ways to transform something. Just like these painted chairs. I think 2 were $5 and one was free.  A little spray paint and some outdoor sealer and I had one cute seating area :)

 

Everyone could use more storage and storage can be attractive. I love my hanging crates .

I think it is fun to add something to your yard that is unique to you. Find a way to personalize it! My boys want to live on a farm SO BADLY. We have a garden and chickens and that is probably as close as we will get. But they sure do love this sign :)

Last year we had an outdoor spaces link up. Is that something you would like to do again? I think it would be fun to see how your spaces have evolved and to see new spaces from you who did not link up before. What do you think???

 

Comments

  1. says

    I do love the mason jar thingy-bobbers!
    We just finished our fence. Fortunately we have the horizontal boards on the outside, so we don’t see them, but I have a few plans still. I would love an outdoor space link-up =)

  2. says

    Oh my! Lots of eye candy in your patio, I have to steal a couple of ideas. Those planters look so fab on your fence. I may start with that one…

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