Quick and easy. You could make a batch for each holiday...red, white, blue 4th, pastel pink, pastel green,other pastels for Easter, green for Christmas, St. Patrick's, and Mardi Gras, red for Christmas and Valentines, gold and purple to go with the green for Mardi Gras and pinks,red and white for valentines too. Let your imagination go wild.
Consider the style you wish to achieve and search out metal accents that complement that specific look. Here, black-iron lanterns and a wall-mounted iron grid partner with Mediterranean-type copper chairs to create a Spanish attitude, which suits this outdoor nook's rustic beams and tile floors. Like something more modern? Seek out midcentury modern accessories rendered in chrome, stainless steel, and aluminum.
Liseanne Frankfurt's outdoor L.A. patio via coveteur. / sfgirlbybay
12 favorite front yard designs
In the pictured front yard, the sturdy trunks of California fan palm (Washingtonia filifera) anchor the space. The landscape is studded with Agave ‘Sharkskin’, feathery Yucca rostrata, and golden barrel cactus. The tall Mexican fan palms, Washingtonia robusta, were preexisting on the property.
The Chapman (540 sq ft) Just pinning this for that fireplace!