Patio Pick-up Ideas for your Outdoors

Patio Pick-up Ideas for your Outdoors

Add some amazing patio pick-up ideas to spruce up your backyard. We have come up with the best patio pick-up ideas for you to try out.

A Memorable Pick-Up

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Strike a balance between the modern and vintage with some super savvy touches including a zap of peacock blue, a vintage letter as artwork, the gray and white checkboard concrete slab and go for a centerpiece of some plants sunk into twine-wrapped pots.

The Secret Garden Bench

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Tuck away a little bench in the middle of the garden sheltered by a leafy canopy, coupled with pillow and surround it with billowing potted plants.

Seating a Crowd

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The L-shaped table stretches so long that it accommodates a lot of people and feed them all kinds of food and drinks. Heavy duty concrete block pillars can hold the wood planks for a sturdy weatherproof table.

The Light Fantastic

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Gather almost any container that transmits light, be it the large jars to the open-weave baskets like these that can stand in as a shade on an overhead pendant. Run a cord through one end of the basket and screw in the bulb and a glass globe. Flip the switch. Hang a whole throng, rather than just one that give the fixtures even more of the spotlight.

Boost with good ol’ black and white

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Spike a tall garden container with bright blooms. Tuck the pot in a corner of the doorway or marking a path. Such hefty containers add excellent visual weight to an outdoor room.

Welcome Mat

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Let into your creative side and try out the stencil art on a plain door mat. We prefer brown.

Take the Inside Out

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There is no reason why you can’t take everything inside on a dining table outside on to the outdoor dining table including cloth linens, awesome centerpieces and even real glassware.

Wild at Heart

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You don’t even need fancy jars to show off some wildflower bouquets on the outdoor tables and side tables. Try out a set of  old jelly jars instead.

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