Oh man I’m so ready for spring! We spent a lot of time outdoors this weekend and it felt os good. It wasn’t the warmest but it wasn’t raining and that is a huge win over here. I decided it was time to get our back patio ready for spring and entertaining! I was in need of a good refresh over here so I did a little shopping this weekend and wanted to show you my neutral outdoor patio decor.
If you follow on Instagram, you may have caught my videos decorating this space. I originally pulled a bunch of pillows from my house and then realized a lot were worn out and I actually haven’t purchased a good selection of throw pillows in quite awhile. So a shopping trip was in store!
Neutral Outdoor Patio Decor
My goal was to give this space very cozy organic look for spring and summer. I wanted to include some fresh new pillows in neutral tones that add texture. I took a trip to Target and totally lucked out and found exactly what I was looking for.
I wanted to add another accent rug for a layered look and found this round black outdoor rug for just $80. You can find links to everything else below!
The rest of the accessories I had around the house. I used a few neutral ceramic vases with greenery as a centerpiece on top a vintage cutting board to add a wood element and make the centerpiece pop on black coffee table.
I’m liking the simple look this year, full of chic textures and cozy vibes.
This is just step one in getting this patio ready for spring! I’m planning on giving the deck a fresh coat of paint for the summer. After five years the stain is wearing off and it’s in need of a good coat of stain or paint. I’m leaning towards paint.
Stay tuned for more spring decor coming up this week!
Paige Davis says
I just love this space! Black, white and neutrals have been my jam for years. I would like to know the source for the round side table with the natural top if possible. Thank you!
Taryn Whiteaker says
Thank you so much! It was actually a TJMaxx find a LONG time ago! I wish I could source it for you!
Wow, So beautiful spaces. Thanks!
My patio’s dark brown coffee table has stains on top of it (unknown source) and it drives me crazy! We are not ready to paint the patio furniture (the rest look brand new) so when I saw your vintage cutting board on top of your table, I know that was the solution!
Taryn Whiteaker says
Oh I’m so happy to provide some inspiration! Hope it turns out well!