Outdoor Design Ideas for Spring

Say goodbye winter and hello spring with outdoor living design ideas picked by Flip or Flop Atlanta hosts Ken and Anita Corsini.

Photo By: Raif Fluker

Photo By: Raif Fluker Photography

Photo By: Raif Fluker Photography

Photo By: Raif Fluker

Photo By: Raif Fluker

Photo By: Raif Fluker

Photo By: Raif Fluker

Photo By: Raif Fluker Photography

Photo By: Raif Fluker

Bring Your Style Outside

Time to come out of hibernation with Flip or Flop Atlanta hosts Ken and Anita Corsini. Extend your home into the outdoors with comfortable living spaces that let you enjoy the warmer weather.

Live on the Patio

Pair sleek, low-profile furniture with a cozy, modern fire pit for a contemporary yet welcoming environment to gather around.

Add Colorful Accents

Bring out the sun with accessories in citrusy yellow. The warm hue instantly brightens an all-white or neutral palette.

Accessorize With Plants

Go green! Incorporate plants throughout your outdoor living spaces. Easy-to-care-for potted plants add touches of color throughout your space without putting your green thumb to the test.

Layer Your Style

Bring textures and patterns into your space by layering area rugs. Not only do outdoor area rugs define your seating area, they also ground the space in bold colors and designs.

Mix It Up With Pillows

Pillows are one of the easiest ways to refresh a space without breaking the bank. Combine pillows in a variety of patterns, from florals to stripes, and look for a coordinating hue throughout to tie the different prints together.

Al Fresco Dining Keeps It Simple

Mix and match table linens, dishes, and even chairs for a casual yet stylish vibe. Soft neutral hues tie the variety of patterns and textures on the table together, while contemporary chairs add an eye-catching pop of color.

Create a Drink Station

Move your bar cart outside for entertaining. Perfect for brunch, stock the cart with pitchers full of cool drinks and bottled waters. Vases or small planters with spring blooms reflect the natural surroundings.

Bring Color Center Stage

Use a variety of finishes to create a centerpiece that adds simple elegance to the relaxed setting. Bowls of fresh fruit do double duty as a colorful accent and a delicious part of brunch. Succulents in light blue containers add a soft touch of greenery to the tablescape.

Make Your Bar Cart Versatile

Transition your cart for afternoon cocktails by trading out your serveware and drink menu. Opt for metallic accessories in coppers and silvers, and swap juice glasses for your favorite tumblers.

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