I’ve had outdoor projects and spring/summer backyard spruce up plans on the brain all week. Being cooped up for months in the dark and the rainy cold will do that to this Southern girl. I need my sunshine!!!
Earlier this week, Robert said to me, “What do you think about refreshing the back porch a little bit?” And I think my heart literally leaped out of my chest because that man of mine knows how to woo me SO well. 😉
Some of our outdoor furniture came with us from the old house and after being out in the elements for a few years, some of it could stand to be replaced.
So as I was looking around Walmart, IKEA, Target, TJ Maxx, and World Market at some of my favorites that aren’t too pricey, I thought I’d share them all with you if your outdoor decor needs a perk too.
I stumbled upon so many outdoor things that are Pottery Barn, Serena and Lily, and Anthopologie look-alikes, only these are WAY more affordable. And a BUNCH of it is on sale this weekend. I hope it’s helpful if you’re embarking on your outdoor spruce up plans!
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Rattan Chair | Black Metal Sectional | Wicker Loveseat | Aqua Pillow | Black and White Pillow | Vertical Wall Planter | Rectangle Planter Pair | Jute Handle Planter | Turquoise Bowl Planter | Macrame Swing | Fringe Umbrella | Gray Rug | Blue Reversible Tassel Rug
I searched all over for the best deals I could find on these designer look-alike sectionals, sofas, chairs, and tables. And they all end up being over 50% less of their pricier counterparts.
I have an out-of-control throw pillow obsession and I will not apologize for it. I would totally use these inside too.
I stuck so many cute planters in my shopping cart because apparently I’m hopeful to overcome my black thumb ailments. I know. Makes zero sense to me. Maybe this will be my year! These are my absolute favorite:
Lounge & Shade
I’m convinced I need a macrame swing chair with a fringed outdoor umbrella now. It’s happening one day. I love the islander boho vibe these have.
I love how rugs can “define” a space outside to make it feel like a room. If you have a concrete patio that feels hodge-podgey, add a rug and it suddenly feels pulled together. These were some of the ones that pulled at my heartstrings.
Anybody else ready for sunshine so they can play outside again? We’re so close to pool days around here!!!! Well, not really, but I’m telling myself that. Don’t burst my bubble, kay?