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10 Outdoor Patio Ideas to Spruce Up Your Space

Cozy Fire Pit

It’s hard to resist the feel of a cozy fire pit. It allows you to add light and warmth to your outdoor space. And no matter what style of fire pit you choose, you’ll be able to reap the benefits. You and your loved ones can snuggle around the flames with oversized blankets and the necessities for s’mores.

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Quaint Bistro Nook

Bistro sets are ideal for those who want brunches, lunches, and dinners on the patio. They’re cozy little sets that tuck perfectly into spaces both big and small. If you want to dress them up a bit, add pillows, plants, and a tea set! They’re typically made of iron, rattan, wicker, or wood.

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Oversized Sofa Swing

There’s nothing sweeter than a well-furnished patio that has the potential for lazy mornings and cozy evenings. Furniture plays a huge role in decorating an outdoor space. If you’re wanting to add something inviting to your space, invest in an outdoor sofa swing. Once you’ve hung it up, you’ll be ready to settle in for an afternoon nap.

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Plants and Greenery

If you’re looking to transform your patio, add lots of plants and greenery. Taking the time to fill your space with lots of life will make you feel so good. When deciding what plants and flowers you want, think about the colors you want to incorporate and the amount of movement and sway you want your space to have.
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Tall Privacy Hedges

Sometimes, outdoor spaces can feel crowded—especially if you live in a bustling city or crowded apartment complex. If you’re wanting more privacy, think about adding tall privacy hedges or hanging vines to obstruct the view of your neighbors. Not only will you have more privacy, but you’ll also have more beautiful greenery.
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Evening Mood Lighting

Adding outdoor hanging lights to your patio or outdoor space is a must. They typically have a more industrial look, but are built to handle all types of weather. And once the sun goes down and the lights are turned on, all you’ll see is the dreamy glow that the lights provide.

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Matching Patio Furniture

While your patio needs a plethora of different patterns, textures, and colors, leave that to your accessories. Start your outdoor space off with a neutral foundation. We recommend purchasing a matching furniture set in a beige, grey, or black and then sprucing it up with pillows, cushions, and blankets.

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Pretty Pavers

Pavers are one of the quickest and most inexpensive ways to build a patio. While there are many different shapes, sizes, and colors to choose from, the most financially friendly pavers are usually a solid neutral shade. Once you purchase as many as you plan to use, grab a stencil and a set of patio paints. You can decorate them yourself and completely transform your outdoor oasis.
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Bold Blankets and Pillows

As a new season begins, you may be tempted to update your outdoor space. If you’ve already got outdoor furniture and decor, there’s no need to completely start over. Instead, take the time to shop for a new outdoor rug, and a new set of pillows and blankets. You’ll be surprised by how much a new color scheme can change the look and feel of your space.

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Outdoor Patio Bar

Most outdoor spaces are meant for family and friends. So, if you plan on hosting and have a knack for mixology, think about adding an outdoor patio bar to your space. This way, you won’t have to keep running inside for cocktail refills. And you can spend more time with your people! It’s a win-win.

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