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  • Jennifer Conover

    Lanterns of all sizes and shapes suspend from the branches of tree, bench seat around base. Put doors against fence, plants around

  • Melanie Fitzhugh

    Backyard garden idea

  • Courtney Cushman

    Bohemian Decorating Style | Bohemian Decor Style | Back Yard Ideas love the lanterns and wrap around bench

  • Diana Chapa

    Hanging lighted lanterns on a tree in a backyard has a warm welcoming feeling.

  • Tracy Finch

    Secret Garden ~ Lanterns of all sizes and shapes suspend from the branches of an Italian plum tree. Sharva hung them for daughter Erin’s backyard wedding. “They created a romantic setting for the evening,” she recalls. A circular seat surrounding a plum tree originally appeared in Seattle Children’s Theatre’s whimsical production of Frog and Toad. “Some of our very favorite things have come from theater,” Sharva says. “We love things with a certain patina to them...

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Not crazy about the galvanized buckets, but I like the idea of floating tea lights in the center of something surrounded by greenery. This would be easy to recreate on a smaller scale with containers for a centerpiece.

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