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Patio Furniture - Need to add some life to your outdated patio furniture? A little spray paint, and new accessories can certainly liven it up! theblueeyeddove.com

Make Your Own Wind Chimes! • Creative Cool DIY Wind Chime Ideas Tutorials!

a great idea for outdoor curtains to keep them fixed... Might try a retractable clothes line for the bottom so you don't trip... Love this idea!

Use an Ikea curtain system as an impromptu shade during the summer. Attach one side to the house and the other side to a pole or tree, then slide the curtains across for shade.

Do this across the back of patio... large, thick branch and drape thin fabric over it for privacy. #love outdoor space

pale terracotta bowl filled with sand and white candles - Tierlantijn Kaarsjes

Outdoor Decorating Trend: The Beverage Cart - The Home Depot #BringInSpring

"This product has worked out perfectly for our new patio. It provides excellent shade, allows air flow, and looks great. It has survived two "monsoon" storms without any difficulties." - Customer from Mesa, AZ reviewing the ShelterLogic 16 ft. x 16 ft. Sand Square Heavy Weight Sun Shade Sail

oooh genius repurpose! Old filing cabinet + spray paint = raised planting bed. I might add that packing peanuts make a good filler for the bottom of deep containers, then just put your potting soil on top. Makes for good drainage too.

Garden Candles -- to hang or not to hang? Imagine for a BBQ or along a garden path or along a wedding aisle at sunset. Could also use coffee beans for brown or lentils for green or kidney beans for a deep red.

DIY: Cotton Ball Fire Starters | Pinching Your Pennies

How to build a patio daybed using pallets - easy, attractive, and results in a cozy place to chill out :)

Use dollar store stemware or repurpose broken stemware. put glass down in plant and place a candle inside, use a citronella to keep bugs away. Pretty! Have done this for party and a wedding . Floating candle in glass, crackled glass stemware placed in verdena colored buckets, with cream roses mixed and brides color tipped flowers surrounding the glass.