Eek! It’；s finally done! Here’；s all the pretty pictures of my refreshed mid-mod meets boho patio at my new house. You can see the before and after comparison pics here， and get all my resources at the bottom of this post. What do you think？ Who wants to come over for a swim and some s’；mores under the twinkling lights？
Find of all of my resources here to get the mid-mod meets boho look for your backyard：personalized baby gifts
Lamps Plus (yes， they have outdoor furniture and outdoor decor!)Wood outdoor sectional couch and coffee tableCriss Cross Metal &； Wood Stools used as side tables –； they are out of stockbaby pillow， but keep checking their outdoor tables sectionOutdoor UmbrellasFire PitRock Water FountainPotting BenchWhite Wicker Set of 2 Chairs –； they are sold out， but check their outdoor seating section for similar itemsDoor MatsMetal Basket Hurricane Candle HolderOutdoor Heavy Duty String Lights
Sika DesignWicker chair and matching Wicker Lounge
Direct from MexicoEquipales Table and Chairs
CraigslistOrange Acapulco Chairs –； I got them (two rocking， two standard) for $45 each by scouring craigslist every day for a month
IkeaBlack and White PillowsWood BenchStriped Throw Blanket
Jackalope PotteryGray large square planters
Vineland NurseryNew Drought-Resistant Trees， Bushes， Succulents， and Sod
I hope you guys dig it! You should see it at night at lit up with a fire blazing. I’；m so happy in this space. Come over for a party!
Lamps Plus provided me with some of the items listed above to create this beautiful space. Thank you!
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Summer season is approaching which means more daylight to stroll streets and more hours to savor delicious meals prepared by chefs sourcing organic ingredients from a mere 50 mile radius. In the Bay Area, there’s always something new to discover whether an alley filled with shops ran by artists or a co-op bookstore. Here are some of our favorites as curated by a mix of California Natives and some new to the city. We hope you enjoy and please share in the comments your favorite places to spend summer.
Make one of a?kind note cards collaged with fabric scraps, bits of paper, and anything else of interest you may have in your scrap bin!?I like to use up smaller pieces of fabrics and specialty papers to create personalized note cards. I use Strathmore photo mount cards which are acid free and have an open frame that your textile sits in.