Recently we were asked to participate in a patio makeover challenge with Home Depot. I knew the only way I could make this happen is by roping in my talented other half, Gabe. I had so much fun working with him to create and conquer our backyard plan. We have a very small fenced in backyard in a house we rent, so this should hopefully give you some ideas on how to best utilize a smaller space! We have a simple flat patio so I wanted to create a space that was fun for our family to hang out in while we grill outside or drink our coffee in the summer mornings. Atlanta has beautiful weather almost year round so I knew we could put this space to use.
I focused on the textiles and details of the space and Gabe worked on the florals, plants, and DIY outdoor bar cart (details coming tomorrow)! He also created planters for me to plant an herb garden. You can check out all the photos on the Home Depot blog!
I had such a good experience working with the team at Home Depot. So friendly! I am thankful to them for sending us this patio set for our family to enjoy!
Bar cart details:
Thank you to Onli Beverages for sending the incredible drinks for our guests! The Hibiscus was my personal favorite.
Also seen: Spodee Wine and Slingshot coffee!
DIY Copper Tray: I picked up this tray from Hobby Lobby and just used copper spray paint!
DIY Copper Succluent Pots: The succulent pots are from this DIY.
The glass tea/water bottles are from the Oh Joy! for Target collection, coasters from Shop the Coastal,
Pillows: Blue and White: Home Depot, Yellow: Target
The awesome wicker furniture and iron chair I found at Goe Vintage here in Atlanta. I used outdoor spray paint from Home Depot for the makeover!
Most everything else is from Home Depot!
Come back tomorrow where Gabe will share the bar cart how – to!