Working on the patio to make it more inviting! We spend a lot of time out here for family and friend’s barbeques, entertaining and just for our own families enjoyment. I am selling some of our furniture pieces we purchased when we moved in and replacing it with some character! I found this fabulous piece at Ruffles and Rust in Snohomish and figured it would make a fantastic addition to the patio. It has a darling chippy coat of white paint over a rustic green that once was there. The top is wood in color – couldn’t be happier about this find!
My next addition I want to share with you is this galvanized wash bin for cold drinks…I was over the moon when I found this just in time for my husbands Birthday – although when I gave to him, he smirked & said, “wow thanks, really this is for you – not me!” lol Well his friends thought it was great and kept their beverages nice and cold! Previously I had the Southern Living Stand and bucket for use on the patio. But I love this much better!
The bones of this fabulous old arched window will be hung above the outdoor fireplace – I purchased this from Debi at Ormolulu where she has a space in Ruffles & Rust in Snohomish Washington. Very excited to see it hung – as I believe it will bring a lot of charm to the patio.
Haven’t decided if this bottle rack will stay here or if it will move to my Potting table, for now it adds a warm garden touch to the patio…& I so love it! I purchased it from Laurie Anna’s Vintage Home.
And remember this sweet sign below that I loved so much, but it wasn’t exactly fitting in with my family room décor – well it found a home on the patio…So glad I get to keep it – the words of this board warm my heart… I purchased this sign after tracking down Todd at Bountiful Homes in Edmonds.
Thanks for peeking today at my new additions for the patio…& check out to see where I am linking up to this week!!!! xoox, tracie