The use of succulents is an outdoor decor trend we’re seeing in our most recent Patio Style Challenge series. We’ve seen them hanging, planted in groups, single plantings… On side tables, dining tables, bookshelves, hanging gardens, and just about everywhere in between. Above, Atlanta-based lifestyle blogger Anna, of In Honor of Design, created a bar cart area off to the side of her renter-friendly patio. These tall tin buckets spray painted with copper spray paint and planted with short succulents are a neat combination.
Michelle Hinckley, of 4 Men 1 Lady, decorated her tall dining table with single succulent plantings in bright containers. The yellow decor scheme and complimentary container colors create a really interesting contrast. Plus, it never hurts to have an aloe plant easily accessible in the spring and summer when sunburns are common!
Savvy DIYer, Lindsay Jackman writes the popular DIY and styling blog The White Buffalo Styling Co. Lindsay created a few entertaining areas in her backyard before and after–and each of them include accents of greenery and plants. The lounge area is centered on three awesome stump tables adorned with mini succulent planters, and hanging from the pergola are two more hanging succulent planters. Succulents abound! Lindsay shares more about how to create an outdoor room on her blog.
Lifestyle blogger and author Justina Blakeney sure knows her way around the garden. This succulent-laden bookshelf is a total focal point of Justina’s eclectic, bohemian patio. Incorporate your favorite containers into your own patio space this summer–a disco ball planter, a painted planter, a brass planter, an aged brass planter… the options are endless!
Shavonda Gardner of A Home Full of Color, being true to her blog’s name, chose a colorful hanging option to show off her succulent love on her dual-zone renter friendly patio. Shavonda incorporated succulents in just about every corner of her patio. Even in–yes, in–the cocktail table! See for yourself!
Interior designer Gloribell Lebron, of I Don’t Know How She Does It, has a unique approach to incorporating succulents into her small patio design. When installing new bamboo flooring, Gloribell created a “channel” along the edge next to the railing where she planted a succulent border. How cool is that! Gloribell shares more about all the plants on her patio on her blog, too!
Stephanie, of the DIY blog Glitter & Goat Cheese, accentuated her back porch space with lots and lots of greenery. Not to be forgotten, there are plenty of succulents to be found here! Succulents and cacti, succulents and snake plants, succulents and palm trees. Luckily, succulents are easy to pair!