Use plants of all sizes as decor. Pick up inexpensive baskets at the thrift store and simply drop some small plants and cacti in the baskets. You can then put the baskets all around your space to bring some lushness and life to your deck.
Eclectic Enclosed Patio With Hammock and Sectional
Designer Meg Caswell designs a contemporary urban oasis in her backyard patio. Furnishings, including an oversized sectional and hammock, provide cozy spots to relax, while an Indian oxcart is used as a one-of-a-kind coffee table and surrounded by comfy pillows for seating.
Fun details bring some personality and vibrancy to the outdoor space. A colorful pom pom garland is simply strung across a vintage easel and paired with a large succulent plant. On chilly nights you can hang cozy blankets on the rungs of the easel to switch up the look even more.
Concrete Patio With Wicker Furniture and Colorful, Patterned Throw Pillows
Small wicker stools also work as side tables for serving drinks and snacks. Don’t be afraid to bring some of your indoor decor outside (if weather permits), like this fab small faux fur pillow or this indigenous concrete statue.
Off the back of the house is a relaxing, welcoming patio area. A group of comfortable wicker chairs is the perfect spot to enjoy the contemporary backyard and pool. An umbrella adds shade over the outdoor dining area.
Faux Cattle Head and Colorful Pillows Decorate Concrete Patio
Include a few standout pieces in your outdoor decor. This faux cattle head acts as a piece of outdoor art when simply leaned against the wall next to some colorful pillows and succulents. A large vintage wooden bowl serves as a faux planter for a cactus.