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  • Aspen Root

    cool things for outside | Cool Stuff / Colorful Outdoor Seating

  • Robin D'Aloise

    Colorful Furniture, i love these bright colors. I need these for my deck!

  • Amanda Hales

    Love all the colors and the Adirondack Chairs! Freshen up an outdoor space with bold, colorful seating! See Kate of Centsational Style's faves: http://www.bhg.com/blogs/centsational-style/2013/04/08/colorful-outdoor-seating/?socsrc=bhgpin041513colorfuloutdoorseating

  • Leslie Ashby

    I LOVE this colorful furniture idea from BHG! I am REALLy going to do this for my pool deck!

  • Joanie Gentile

    Colorful Furniture - Love these adirondack chairs

  • Ruth Kelly

    Beach chairs

  • maren schnebeck

    backyard ideas

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This raised deck off of a bedroom at this Los Angeles, CA home creates a perch for an oversize lounge chair, whose cushion echoes the bronzy brown foliage of a spiky-leafed phormium near the deck’s front edge. Bronze plants repeat near each garden room, reinforcing the brown-red theme. (Photo: Coral Von Zumwalt)

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Outdoor lights by the Style Files. Love the benches and table too.

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What's not to love...the view! The textures! The relaxing and inviting color palette! This is the deck at my summer cabin where I will spend weekends away with best girlfriends sipping home-made lemonade spilling secrets and sharing belly laughs.

DIY Outdoor furniture ideas- When the yard is all done this Smores bar is so happening!

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I'd use brick and stone instead of wood, but this is kinda what I want for the patio in a few years.