Hey guys, here's a look at our screened Porch...one of our favorite spaces in our house! First let's start with Garden Winds...
Garden Winds sells replacement patio cushions for most outdoor patio furniture sets - including sets purchased from Target, Lowe's, Home Depot, JC Penney, Costco, Sam's and more. So don't even think about having custom cushions made, because that will be expensive.
We bought this furniture about 4 years ago from Target and we still love it! No fading or peeling in the wicker, and it really stands up well to the outdoor elements. It's from the Madaga Collection. Then bought replacement cushions from Garden Winds to update this space.
Ahhh, the overall look is neutral & a sophisticated! We live on an acre, so this new serene space is the perfect backdrop to our beautiful wooded back yard.
This picture shows our ceiling fan...love the palm blades! See the white side table? That's the "garden seat" from Ballard. It's the perfect spot to set your drink down. I have one of these in the house too. The brown pillow on the left is the sundial pillow from West Elm...they actually don't carry that design anymore. I snagged a few on clearance over a year ago. I love the pattern and larger size.
The gray quatrefoil pillow on the right is from The Home Depot. Because the room is monochromatic, I added texture and nature inspired accessories everywhere. We've got plants, coral, a natural weaved basket, and lanterns I picked up from Lowe's. Funny but the baker's rack above used to sit in our dining room when the hubby and I were first married. I spray painted it black, and re-purposed it as a garden rack!
Okay so that's how I design a monochromatic outdoor space...for less! I kept the furniture, switched out the cushions, added neutral colors in tans, grays and brown, and finally pulled the whole look together with nature inspired accessories all about texture.
So what do you guys think? Isn't it amazing how different a space can feel with a neutral color scheme?