Jodie Vasquez Backyard November 27th, 2018 - 01:43:47
Diy ideas there's a couple of things that are really simple to make for your report or your patio or your other outdoor space that involve just some upside cold items and some inexpensive items that, I think, will make its impact for your space. One addition that I made to the plan was to include this large front porch that spans the whole front width of our home, and I have a little bistro set here on this side, and it just includes some faux greenery by the front door.
This year last year I had some real plants here, but I found that these liked to hang out here, so the faux greenery seems to work better for our front door, so the bees and bugs don't get in this teal color is called gypsy teal by Valspar. Our front door and the wreath is handmade as well and like I said I had this little beast dress that I found it at the grocery store. I thought it was such a fun color and then this corner of our porch is kind of our cozy seating area. In case you missed it. I did give a little tour of our front flower and fruit beds and I'll leave a link to that. In the description box below, I have a little potted lavender plant in there, as well as some gardening essentials, like my floral rubber boots and a watering can our lilacs are just so gorgeous this year. So I put some in this box here this table. I made from a big planter that I painted in a nice charcoal color and I topped it off with one end of an electrical reel and then I just painted that a charcoal, color and dry brushed it with white. I think it's a really cool rustic. Looking side table, I found this really pretty aqua, teal, ish, color drug and it's an outdoor rug. So it's really easy to wipe clean and I thought it was just the perfect base to the seating area here.
This sectional is from the brick and is called the gavel. You can change the seating around, so I just moved one of the seats from one side to the other and it was the perfect L shape for our porch area. Here I made a couple pillows from the same fabric that we've made our kitchen curtains for, and I will leave a link to that in the description box below and I also hung these DIY drop cloth grates and I just made these out of one drop cloth that I cut in half, I sewed some ribbon onto the edge and then I hung it on to a plumbing parts curtain. Rod and I will leave a link to that DIY in the description box below it's a really great DIY, to do for a porch or patio area. I also strung these really cool rustic industrial lights, and I think some lighting is a great addition to any outdoor space, so whether it's some lanterns with some faux candles inside or whether it's some string lights. I think it's just really nice to have that kind of romantic mood lighting in your outdoor areas, as well as the colorful floral pillows. I also made some other folk-rock pillows out of stem drop cloth fabric and some chalk style paint to make these pillows. I just cut drop cloth into squares, and then I used some painters tape to create the striped pattern, in the description box below from a really easy, throw pillow cover tutorial such a handy thing to be able to make, because you can totally change the look of any indoor and outdoor space with throw pillows. And that's it that is our front porch farmhouse, inspired with a boho twist decor.