Since we’re focusing on our outdoors a lot this summer–the deck is wrapping up!–I’ve been doing a lot of hunting around for furnishings. We have most of our bigger items picked out, but accessories can add so much personality to a space. Or, they can update a tired patio on a smaller budget. Here are a few things I have my eye on (all under $100!):
1. Concrete Fluted Planter–Pottery Barn $99
2. Lawn Bowling Game–William Sonoma $55
3. Natural Outdoor Pouf–Target $49
4. Green Alonso Geo Outdoor Lumbar Pillow–World Market $18
5. Copper Beverage Tub–Wayfair $54
6. Pendleton Plaid Lambswool Throw–Backcountry $65
7. Ceramic Planter with Leather Strap–World Market $34
8. Synthetic Jute Trimmed Outdoor Pillow–Pottery Barn $39
9. Wall Planters–Crate & Barrel $5
10. Wood Slat Chaise–World Market $95
11. Striped Napkins and Buffalo Check Napkins–William Sonoma $24 (set of 4)
12. Globe String Lights–Crate & Barrel $39
13. Brass Swivel Wall Thermometer–Amazon $17
It has been pouring down rain here every day, which is super unusual for Idaho, but the deck progress is chugging along and we can’t wait to hang out there all season long. Hope to have an update for you on that by the end of the week! In the meantime, I’m just going to pretend it’s sunny and continue filling my online shopping carts.
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