Patio Prettiness

One of the most difficult part of leaving Mimi’s this time of year is re-acclimating to indoor living.  Dining (and cocktailing) al fresco is the norm and it increases my desperate desire for a beautiful outdoor living space of our own.

We don’t have a large “yard” to speak of – which actually makes me happy, given my proven inability to take care of such space.  It’s more of a terrace/courtyard area which we billed as ‘a secret garden’ to our girls when we moved from our last home that had its very own sledding hill.  Said “secret garden” is desperately in need of design and love.  {It is not in need of dog poop.  Plenty of that.  Womp.}

SO hopefully this summer we will have some patio prettiness of our own to enjoy.  Here is a bit of my inspo.

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via Lonny

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via Elle Decor

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via sarahshermansamuel

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via popsugar

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via the guardian

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Some more realistic than others, obvs.

We will probs just hang some twinkle lights and call it a day.

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