Garden Place Settings: Ideas & Inspiration

Last year, we gave you our roundup of favorite BBQ table place settings for all of those evening dinner parties with the neighbors. And now, we’re compiling a list of place settings that are made for the outdoor, but with a bit more of a delicate touch … with somewhat of a garden inspiration. Whether you’ve got a bridal shower planned in the midst of your beautiful rose garden, or you just want your family over for a light dinner, here are some beautiful garden place setting ideas that will certainly inspire.

1.  Whimsical Tea Party.

We love the variety of textures made to create some a whimsy style. It’s perfect for an evening tea party in the garden you’ve worked so hard to create.

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Mixing In Some Mustard: Yellow Ideas & Inspiration

Mustard is a bit of a hard color to ‘swallow,’ pardon the pun. It can be harsh, abrasive and completely unattractive. But, when used right, it can transform a room, create interest and completely unique blends and messages. From this corner to that nook, we’re mixing in some mustard. Sit back, relax and take a peek at our surprising yellow ideas and inspiration!

1. Paired with neutrals.

Pair a bright and shiny mustard with a relaxing and cooler neutral, like grey. The misty haze on the walls tones down the room so that you can easily focus on the beautiful piece of furniture without it becoming too much for the eyes to handle.

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Make a Display Shelf Out of an Old Wine Box

Recycling old items has long been known as a way to help the environment. But it can also help you create genuinely unique, beautiful, and even functional pieces for your home. This display shelf is made from an old wooden wine box. Instead of just re-using it as a storage device, you can show off a really interesting piece in an entirely new way. Here’s how to make your own.

diy box shelf

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From Generic Office To Stylish And Productive: Home Office Hacks

What do you do when you fall in love with a product but can’t afford it or if you like the design of a certain piece but not certain details? Do you sigh and forget about it or do you find a way to get that look you really want? We’d like to think it’s the second option. After all, we love DIYs. The following examples showcase a bunch of IKEA hacks designed to make your workspace more enjoyable. So take a look and find some inspiration.

Patrik Swivel Chair Hack.

Since the chair is the most important element in an office or workspace, let’s start with that. Maybe you remember the Patrik Swivel chair. It’s very close to being the ideal office chair: comfortable, adjustable, modern and actually affordable. But the base could look a little better so give it a quick makeover.{found on hitherandthither}.

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Fill In The Lacking Beauty In Your Garden With A Bridge

Gardens are always charming and beautiful and they’re one of the great advantages of living in a house as opposed to an apartment. A garden brings you closer to nature and also gives you something to do. You can create your own little oasis no matter where you are. But having only plants and trees in the garden is not always enough. Sometimes something else is needed. A pergola or a gazebo may be answer or you could build a garden bridge.

Wood garden bridges.

The bridge is this Japanese garden is mostly decorative

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Flower Power: Bold, Graphic Florals in Home Décor

With their clean, crisp shapes and bright, vibrant colors, graphic florals are an integral part of many home spaces today. Flowers by their very nature tend to brighten the view of anyone within eyeshot; bringing them indoors in creatively graphic ways has the same effect on interiors.

So even if you tend to associate floral sofas with your grandmother’s house, you might want to sneak a peek at some of these florals in modern home décor. And then go give your stylish grandmother a hug.

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Sunny Tiny Ground Floor Apartment With Complementary Outdoor Living Space

It’s a little unusual to see an apartment that has a patio. It’s like seeing a house without a yard. What’s also unusual and interesting about this place is that it’s so little. The apartment measures only 31 square meters. It has an open floor plan and a very inviting interior.

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