PATIO REFRESH WITH BED BATH & BEYOND
Thanks Bed Bath & Beyond for sponsoring this blog post and all opinions are my own.
Cedrric and I have been spending more and more time outside on our patio these days. Since we are home a lot more these days, we find ourselves enjoying our home and patio more. We never used to really go out on our patio or even out to our backyard before. Quarantine has slowed us down in the best possible way. Now, we love eating breakfast on our patio, or dining al fresco, but we also wanted to be able to have a space to relax outside as well. We wanted a good place to sit and read a book while we heard the bird’s chirping outside. We get a lot of cardinals in one of our trees.
When Bed Bath & Beyond reached out for a partnership, I knew I had the perfect idea! Now I could finally refresh my patio to create the perfect relaxing space I had been wanting. I decided on a comfy egg chair. I guess you could say it was the popularity of the chairs that made me do it, but this one from Bee & Willow I liked because it didn’t need to be mounted to the ceiling and it is actually really REALLY comfortable. Now I can see that it’s not just the popularity of the chairs, but the comfort of them as well. I almost fell asleep relaxing in it the other night.
I decided to mix some textures and get a faux concrete side table. I like how clean all the lines of the table looked, while also having the natural look of concrete. I added a throw from Magnolia Homes By Joanna Gaines that’s reversible and a pillow for added comfort. I kept an overall neutral palette, because I thought that looked most calming. I finished the space off with some outdoor lanterns with no flame candles to create the perfect ambiance.
And Voila, that’s it! Just six easy items to create the perfect outdoor relaxing oasis. I had so much fun with this quick patio refresh. The best part is, all the items were delivered directly to my doorstep! I didn’t even have to leave the house! Let me know in the comments down below how you think it turned out.
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