Sunday, July 5, 2015

Fab outdoor finds, almost all under $100

Sprinkle these budget-friendly furniture, decor and tableware pieces around a porch or patio for an easy warm-weather update

Fab outdoor finds, almost all under $100

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Grab your flip-flops, because it's time to update those outdoor spaces that are faded and worn from the harsh winter elements. The most cost-effective way to do this is by adding a few new outdoor furnishings and accessories to your existing patio or deck furniture. By adding pieces with vibrant colors, modern clean lines and earthy textures, your screened porch, deck or patio will look fresh, updated and ready for warm-weather entertaining with family and friends. Check out my affordable picks for updating any outdoor space, and they're (almost) all for less than $100!

Spicy Orange Classic Adirondack Chair - $99.99 »

Adirondack chairs are classic. I love them in vibrant colors, and World Market carries several color choices including red, turquoise, apple green and more.

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Pillow Perfect Opal Outdoor Flamestitch Corded 18 1/2-Inch Throw Pillow - $52.79 »

Pillows are a great way to add color to any outdoor space or patio. I love these bold corals, blues and greens. And the ikat pattern is such a fun trend right now.

 

Worchester Rectangular Bordered Patio Rug, Chestnut/Sand - $69.99 »

Add this great outdoor rug to your screened porch or patio. I love the chunky border and the fabulous price.

 

Helix Lanterns - $34.95 »

I love the texture and functionality of these votive candle lanterns. They're perfect for adding a soft evening glow to any outdoor dinner party or get-together.

 

Round Pulley Patio Umbrella, Orange, 9' - $74.99 »

Outdoor umbrellas are both beautiful and functional, and they will keep the sun off your face when dining outdoors. I love the tangerine hue here.

 

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