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Outdoor Design Trends

by Carrie Fitzwater March 21, 2017

Trends for Outdoor Living this Spring

outdoor trend in lighting and accessories

Spring has sprung, and so have my allergies! The sun is out, the plants are blooming, and the grass is getting green here in Texas. The best part of spring time is the rise of outdoor decor, and this year is full of new trends and modern styles that are going to be a hit for outdoor living! 

blue bistro chair


Bonjour from Paris! Love these little French Bistro Chairs from World Market. The navy gives a nice pop of color in your outdoor dining space, and contrasts nicely with the all-weather wicker legs.






palm wood planter


Every outdoor space needs beautiful planters for their fresh spring flowers. Love this Carved Palm Column Planter from Terrain! The carving is very pretty and unique, and the texture of the palm wood is great.





outdoor pillows



The fern pattern is a huge trend right now for decor and accessories. This Outdoor Printed Fern Pillow from Williams Sonoma is stylish and modern.






neutral color pouf

The Outdoor Fabric Pouf from Target is an easy and affordable addition to your outdoor space. The classic color fits in with any decor, and offers an extra sitting spot, or a place to put your feet up!







small planters


Succulents and cactus plants are the hit trend for this year's outdoor decor. These fun little planters ("A Question of Eagles Carved Horizon Planters") from West Elm are the perfect size, and add some color and texture to your outdoor entertaining space.





striped rug


It's hard finding the perfect outdoor rug, that can wear the weather and still compliment your space. The Baha Stripe Outdoor Rug from Frontgate is a great option, because it has a classic style and resists mold, mildew and sun fade.





patio
The Maldives Collection from Restoration Hardware has me dreaming of paradise! The natural teak wood looks so sleek and modern. Looks like a great spot to relax outside!

havana outdoor cordless lamp
Modern Lantern's Havana Outdoor Cordless Lamp is the best way to light up your outdoor living space. Spring is here, and everyone wants to celebrate the warming weather! This cordless lamp makes it easy to enjoy the outdoors, all night long.




Thanks for listening, and hope you found some inspiration! 

Carrie Fitzwater 

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