Summer Dcor Trends: What to Look for When Decking out Your Deck or Patio

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Summer Dcor Trends: What to Look for When Decking out Your Deck or Patio

Written By: Jaymi Naciri
Thursday, June 20, 2019

This year, itrsquo;s all about color, texture, and a little something different. Here are the six looks we canrsquo;t live without for summer.

1. A fancy seating area

We love the intricacy of the pattern on this rattan set second chair not shown, and it was surprisingly comfortable. Beware red wine drinkers and those with kids: Those white pads may not stay white for long. Also, beware those with animals: itrsquo;s pretty delicate. Especially if you have cats that like to, you know, claw stuff. You might want to go with something more sturdy. Still, we love the idea of this for a balcony or private outdoor space that doesnrsquo;t see a ton of kid/pet traffic.

2. A fanciful umb>

Yeah, it may not hold up as well as something with Sunb>

3. Fun little pillows

If yoursquo;ve ever been to HomeGoods, you know itrsquo;s filled with aisles and aisles of pillows in every shape, size, and color. You can go the expect route with a neutral color story 100 different ways for your pillowshellip;or you can take a little leap this summer. After all, you can always go back to the store in the fall and change out this inexpensive item. Donrsquo;t you love how fun that palm tree pattern is and how the color gives you an unexpected punch?

4. A whole lotta color

Of course, why stop at just a little color? Seating in a rich huemdash;one that also happens to be inspired by nature, like this greenmdash;can give your outdoor space the jolt it needs.

5. Modern lines

The squared-off shape and gray color gives this set a modern, updated touch, while the worn, wooded touches bring that farmhouse chic vibe. This one is definitely Chip- and Joanna-approved.

6. A bushel of baskets

Woven baskets in a variety of colors and shapes are the perfect way to introduce a worldly, bohemian feel to your outdoor spacehellip;except that these arenrsquo;t woven at all. Like two of the seating areas above No. 4 and No. 5, these baskets are made of an easy-care material that only looks like fragile rattan.





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