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Patio Gardening Ideas 8

patio gardening ideas 8
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1 Of 66 Pin these ideas! Don't forget to save these ways to decorate your porch and patio. For more outdoor decorating inspiration, follow @countryliving on Pinterest. 2 Of 66 Picture-Perfect PorchWith ceiling fans, rocking chairs, symmetrical planters, and a loyal dog, this Texas home's porch couldn't be prettier. Buff StricklandAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 3 Of 66 Seasonal TouchesRound zinc baskets from Terrain are lined with sheet moss, then filled with soil and dried angel vine, which, like a flower frog, helps hold things in place. From there, anything goes on this Connecticut home's porch. David A. Land 4 Of 66 Warm WelcomeThis Tennessee home's porch draws you in the moment you drive up. Annie SchlechterAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 5 Of 66 Bright ColorsAdd some punch to your porch by painting the exterior and ceiling contrasting colors and adding a bold striped rug. Max Kim-Bee 6 Of 66 Chic Garden Sitting AreaHinged together, salvaged French doors add decorative oomph to the outdoor seating area outside this gorgeous garden house. Gridley and GravesAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 7 Of 66 Industrial FinishesThe screened-porch at this Alabama home embodies modern country charm with its practical galvanized roof, concrete floors, and cinderblock fireplace covered in a sand wash. Huge concrete boxes let the owners store firewood year-round, and cushioned wicker chairs make this room even more cozy. Brian Woodcock 8 Of 66 Solids and StripesAll this renovated New York home's expansive porch needed to take it from scary to airy was new flooring and a fresh coat of paint. Inspired by a superstition that a light blue ceiling would repel bees, the owner painted it a soft blue-green shade. Tara DonneAdvertisement - Continue Reading Below 9 Of 66 Antique Porch SwingAn antique porch swing turns this front porch into a cozy outdoor sitting room. Max Kim-Bee 10 Of 66 Bring on the BluesIn the Gullah culture of South Carolina, a watery-green shade of paint was said to keep evil spirits, known as haints, from invading the home. These days, "haint blue" ceilings can be found in and beyond the Lowcountry, but you can try your luck with smaller doses of the shade. Here, the ceiling is painted Yarmouth Blue by Benjamin Moore. Annie Schlechter Next Gallery 18 Ways to Use String Lights In Your Backyard Light up those summer nights. By Michelle Profis and Jenae Sitzes

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