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Quick and Easy Patio Update

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Our patio was a HOT mess! Seriously you guys, it was bad. We had a Christmas rug out still, empty flower pots, and a bunch of random stuff just setting around. So we decided to get busy and add some curb appeal. We started by cleaning everything off then sweeping the whole patio off. That alone made a huge difference.
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We then added some pretty accessories we picked up from Lowe's and around the house. The lantern and rug was from Lowe's , and the wood arrows are from my Etsy shop. We also added our to hold my watering cans
  • quick and easy patio update, curb appeal, outdoor living, patio
  • quick and easy patio update, curb appeal, outdoor living, patio
  • quick and easy patio update, curb appeal, outdoor living, patio
We then added some beautiful flowers. All very small changes for a huge impact. If you'd like to see how we did everything and What we planted head on over to the blog. The link is below.
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To see more: http://addisonmeadowslane.com/quick-and-easy-patio-update/

Got a question about this project?

  • Susanne
    Susanne Union, SC

    Really welcoming!

  • Drprof
    Drprof Riverside, CA

    What about painting your front door turquoise too?

  • Sue Sanders
    Sue Sanders Broken Arrow, OK

    Due to the narrow entry I think you have displayed the arrows correctly. This is art, not a picture perfect display. Very eye catching and the door area is a focal point as should be. Great idea. You did great on the paint to make the door a focal

  • Erin
    Erin Scranton, PA

    Wow

  • Polly Zieper
    Polly Zieper Fort Lauderdale, FL

    wow- what a difference!!Those few turquoise accessories made a house that looked vacant into a house that looks loved:)

    • Stacey @addisonmeadowslane
      Stacey... Indianapolis, IN

      @Polly Zieper Thank You so much Polly!

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