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How to Decorate Your Outdoor Walls
Outdoor rooms are a huge decorating trend for a good reason. They are one of the best ways to put untapped yard space to excellent use while enhancing home enjoyment during the warm weather months. Decorating your outdoor walls will make time spent in your al fresco living space even more inviting. The best part is that there are so many beautiful ways you can get the task done. The following ideas share our favorite ways to decorate an outdoor wall.
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Invest in Custom Signage for Your Backyard
Here is an idea that will let every person on your block know that pool season has started. Creative Tonic Design took this outdoor space to the next level with a custom outdoor aluminum pool sign. Unlike other types of metal, aluminum will not rust. It will, however, oxidize. Over time, this type of corrosion will form an extra hard surface with a rugged, rustic appearance.
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Create a Feature Wall Brimming With Natural Greenery
When it comes to tricking out your exterior spaces, look to Mother Nature. In a home remodeled by Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders, a concrete wall was transformed into a stunning feature thanks to natural greenery. The best plants to use should be native to your region. If you want plants that can withstand summer heat and humidity, looking for drought-resistant varieties that flourish in the South.
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Make a Beachy Statement With Vintage Canoe PaddlesContinue to 5 of 17 below.
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Dress Up an Outdoor Wall With a Timepiece
You will never crave a vacation with a fully loaded outdoor space like this one by Brandon Architects. The stellar kitchen opens up to gorgeous patio carved into different zones for lounging and eating. A stylish outdoor all-weather clock anchors the cozy living room with a fire pit toward the back.
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How to Perk Up a Pool Cabana
This partially enclosed pool cabana by Kristina Crestin Design has a stellar taupe shiplap wall decorated with gold votive holders that possess a lovely hammered texture. In the center is an outdoor TV, perfect for binge-watching poolside. When decorating an outdoor space pick furnishings rated for outdoor use that would appear equally comfortable indoors. The free-standing lamp, furniture set, and coffee table are perfect examples.
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Decorate With Objects Built for the OutdoorsContinue to 9 of 17 below.
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Create a Faux Outdoor Mantel
You do not have to wait for the holidays to create a faux mantel. Interior designer Kelly Nutt used a few decorative pieces to create this stellar mantel for instance. A narrow console table doubles as a mantel. Afterward, she used a large mirror to establish a focal point. A couple of plants and decorative votives enhance visual interest.
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Turn a Wood Fence Into an Attractive Outdoor FeatureContinue to 13 of 17 below.
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Show Your Pool Some Love
Yes, all-weather art is a thing. These outdoor canvasses stay colorful and gorgeous all year round says Anna Marie, the lucky owner of this home with an outdoor pool. Keep in mind, pieces like these must be firmly secured so they do not blow away and cause injury.
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Take a Plain Fence and Make it Fancy
If your unattractive fence is ruining your backyard, here is a simple way to turn it into a beautiful feature wall you would not mind gazing at for hours on end. Landscape designers, Greenery NYC, covered the ugly offender with bamboo fencing. The material is relatively inexpensive, and you can buy it in convenient rolls at most home improvements.
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Use Color to Take Things to a New Level
The owner of this home wanted their outdoor patio to flows seamlessly from their interior living space. Landscape professionals Coffman Studio helped them achieve their goal. The painted outdoor walls match the interior's color scheme making both areas feel more connected. Ceramic wall art helped to further define the outdoor room.
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Top Things Off With a Vintage Surfboard
Here is one more example that features a vintage surfboard in a backyard beautifully designed by AGK Design Studio. We love how it and the shiplap covered wall highlights this semi-enclosed outdoor dining space. The frosting on the cake is the curtains. The blue and white outdoor fabric along with the matching valance beautifully frames the eat-in nook. Handy tip: Outdoor material can also be used to cover an unattractive outdoor wall.Continue to 17 of 17 below.
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Consider Creating an Outdoor Vertical Garden
Vertical gardens are a fantastic way to beautify an outdoor wall. This one featured on the blog PlantsOnWalls took 72 small ferns to create. They were installed in a self-watering wall planter set in a spectacular copper frame. As time goes by the metal material will develop a lovely green patina with age.