One example is my backyard which I've written about on several occasions. (You can find those posts HERE and HERE.)
It's pretty obvious that I love my backyard—always have—so when Wayfair asked me to write about my dream patio, I almost passed. I mean, I kind of already have my dream patio, and, as evidenced above, I've already written about it.
But then I began to wonder... what if I could start over? What if I could create an entirely different space? What if I had a blank canvas and cost wasn't an issue? What would I do under those circumstances?
It was then that I realized I should absolutely write this post.
You see, my current outdoor spaces are very homey/comfortable: big cushiony chairs, lots of faux wicker, warm tones, etc. Clearly that's a look that I love but it's not the only look to which I am attracted.
More and more I find myself being drawn to fun, colorful spaces, both indoors and out. In addition, I love furniture and accessories that have a funky retro vibe.
With this in mind I created the mood board you see below:
Doesn't this just make you want to throw a pool party so you can invite Gidget and all of her friends to hang out, drink root beer floats, and play lawn games in the backyard??
(No? Just me? Okay then...)
I'm not going to go through each item since the links above contain all of the important details. I do want to say that the entire look started with the blue seating group in the center (#7). Once I found that I just kept building around it. Some of my other favorite pieces include the cheerful Crosley Radios (which I loved so much that I couldn't choose between them) and the Carmel Stripe Beach Towel (which I am going to purchase as soon as I hit publish on this post).
And then of course there are the pink flamingos—because you can't have a colorful, retro backyard without pink flamingos...
If this has whet your appetite for more colorful backyard wares, check out my newest Wayfair Idea Board entitled, "Dreamy Retro Patio" for additional items not pictured above.