Anyhow, today I want to show you some more photos of my Home Depot Patio Style Challenge which went life last week (click HERE to see). I wasn’t able to put them all into my post for Home Depot. And so today’s post won’t get too long, I will share the pretty photos with you today and the behind the scene photos on Monday.
DIY black and white cabana
For the Home Depot post I used the leopard print pillows on my 2 chaises like you can see in the next two photos:
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And for the photos that I kept for myself I used my favorite greek key pillows:
I love to always show you that you don’t need to purchase new things all the time. To me it’s important to rotate your favorite things around and you can see it all in a new light.
To me the star of the challenge was definitely the QuikShade Commercial tent because without it I would have had a bare tree backdrop. Like I said in Home Depot’s post I have been obsessed with the look of upscale hotel cabanas, especially the black and white striped ones but it just didn’t work out that I was able to stripe it all the way. Since I ended up having to use duct tape it would have been way too expensive to use duct tape for all the stripes. It’s doable but not cheap.
You can find the patio set HERE.
dotted pillows HERE |
And since my hallway’s star pendant was such a big hit (click HERE to see it), I wanted to include something similar on my patio. The difference is though that this one is much lighter. It’s a Multi Point Star Lantern (click HERE to see) and I spray painted it copper instead of gold.
I bought these shower curtains HERE and they are wonderful and the price is right too at $11.19.
This is it for today. I’m trying to keep it short since I have a lot to catch up on. Especially my Etsy shop.
YOU CAN SEE THE BEHIND THE SCENCE FOLLOW UP POST BY CLICKING HERE. And how I made the pop-up cabana.
I’ll post about the behind the scene mess on Monday. That kinda has a ring to it doesn’t it. Tschüß