Don't shy away from moving indoor furniture in your home outside. I love adding pieces of my home decor to my outdoor dinner parties. If you happen to have a glass table—even a coffee table—in your home, bring it outside. A glass table showcases the beauty of the outdoors without overpowering it. I would suggest keeping decor simple but colorful for an easy way to stand out without having to set a full table outside.
Expecting guests? Use assorted glass jars to give your front porch banister a festive glow. For an opaque, frosty look, add a mercury-glass effect by first misting the jars' interiors with water then immediately spraying on looking-glass paint. Check out these step-by-step instructions to learn more about this faux-painting technique.
A white table tucks perfectly into this cozy space, with the addition of a mirror, makes an ideal conversation piece. The pair of lamps and glass decor with the reflective surface is perfect for this living room vignette.
Easily maintained landscaping and pair of comfy chairs create a relaxing spot on this cement patio. The home's midcentury modern design is evident in its cantilevered roof and walls of glass. Star decor completes the look.
The wall in this eclectic living features exquisite wood detailing made from tree stumps. A pair of oversized black and white chairs and white tufted sofa surround a glass topped coffee table with a wooden base.
Thoughtful accessories and artwork bring personality to this Mexican restaurant. Here, a wine glass display is topped with Mexican-inspired decor, ensuring the atmosphere is as authentic as the cuisine.
Sleek surfaces reflect the ample natural light captured within this stunning Colorado penthouse. In this living room, traditional furnishings combine with minimalist decor to form a richly layered space that highlights a collection of vivid art glass.
This country-style living room infuses Mexican decor for a cozy, Southwest feel. Pottery is displayed in a wall-length glass case, and pillows with Southwestern designs and animal prints line the furniture.
Keep your holiday porch decor simple (and clean) by skipping the table cloths and sticking with pretty wood-topped or glass tables that just need the occasional wipe down to stay neat over the holidays.
White walls serve as the perfect nondescript backdrop for rough-hewn wood accents and an eclectic array of global decor. Beach grass fills a glass cylindrical vase, adding yet another organic, sculptural element to the space.