Freshening up the garden proves easy this season with a delightful array of outdoor treasures.
Lindsey Hughes -- Casual Living, 5/1/2010 12:00:00 AM
Freshening up the garden proves easy this season with a delightful array of outdoor treasures. Planters of all sizes and shapes reign, while firepots and lanterns flicker and shine. Wind chimes accented with stones and decorative glass hummingbird feeders accessorize the scene. Look for color splashed stools, pillows and chairs to punctuate in cheerful style.
|From Woodstock Chimes, genuine turquoise stones accent the Chakra chime, featuring six silver anodized aluminum rods and black-finished ash wood.|
|Tag's Mexican lanterns feature a powder-coated finish and a glass chimney insert. The lanterns can be used on a tabletop or hung using the attached loop.|
|A spicy red flower bursts across a background of gold on the Suzani Rose indoor/outdoor pillow from Elaine Smith's Marrakech Collection.|
|Bird Brain's glass mosaic Casablanca Firepot adds a touch of exoticism to the garden made using hand-applied 100% recycled crushed glass and decorative square tiles.|
|All-weather plastic is woven to resemble natural materials on the Outdoor Tall planters from Palecek. Available in three sizes, the planters showcase a neutral mocha hue.|
|Uwharrie Chair uses a golden buttery tone on plantation grown pine to add a cheerful splash to the Veranda serving island. Flirty metal scrollwork and leg wheels complete the design.|
|Part of Campania International's Smithsonian Collection, the Eastlake Fern box is an elegant geometric planter named for the British architect and furniture designer Charles Eastlake. Claw feet add a whimsical note to the handsomely detailed exterior.|
|The Cielo Collection side chair from Four Hands features an organic design with historical reference in a contemporary world. The design is made of polycarbonate and is UV protected.|
|The Multi-bird Hummingbird Feeder spotlights decorative blue and yellow glass, twisted copper wire and marble accents from Red Carpet Studios.|
|A tart apple green wash swathes Port 68's classically styled garden stool with geometric cutouts and stud detailing.|
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