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In case you haven’t noticed, I am getting caught up on sharing all the fun stuff I have been doing behind the scenes with HomeGoods. I have been working with them at their headquarters here in Massachusetts designing rooms and creating fun video projects. Today I wanted to share this cute project featuring beautiful flowers and a patio. It was fun creating a patio scene filled with plants and flowers and incorporating rustic vintage elements. A few months ago, I shared a behind the scenes blog post about shopping at Lowes and filling a U-haul truck with plants and flowers. If you follow me on instagram, you know I shared my trip to Lowes and this picture below.
Creating a bistro scene with vintage shutters and a wooden flower box was so much fun.
I picked up this cute bistro set, some gourmet goodies and kitchen items from HomeGoods and created a cozy patio scene filled with beautiful flowers and plants. To soften the chairs, I added simple oversized throw pillows. You don’t need seat cushions, throw pillows work too!
As many of you know, HomeGoods has the most amazing assortment of European planters. Filled with fresh ivy, ferns and a variety of blooming plants, these planters help achieve the cozy bistro seating area. Mixing in wooden lanterns and terracotta also help achieve visual appeal.
Watch this super cool video of the flower box.
Thank you to HomeGoods for letting me use this pictures taken by Adam Krauth. One tip when creating an outdoor seating area, don’t forget the flower boxes! I painted this particular wooden flower box white but you can paint yours whatever color you want or simply leave it as is. Flower boxes can sit on the ground or you can hang them on a wall. There are no rules as far as I’m concerned when it comes to decorating a patio space. Beautiful flowers can really help bring an outdoor space together and make it warm and inviting. Want more decorating ideas, hop over to the Design Happy blog at HomeGoods and checkout my other fun blog posts. PS. Yes, 99% of everything shown is from HomeGoods :).
Disclosure: I am compensated by HomeGoods to design these spaces but not required to share them on my blog. I do because I love Homegoods and love how the spaces turned out. All opinions and words are 100% my own.
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