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9 Farmhouse Patios to Get You Ready For Summer


9 Farmhouse Patios to Get You Ready For Summer

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We’ve officially called it quits on cool weather—it’s basically summer already. Now that we’ve been stuck inside for months, we’re dreaming of warmer weather and spending time outdoors on our farmhouse patios. Thankfully, summer officially starts this weekend!

And one of our favorite qualities of the farmhouse design aesthetic is the effortless way the trend brings the indoors out (and vice versa!). Fresh plants, dreamy neutrals, comfy throws—there are so many easy ways to makeover your private outdoor space.

To bring out your inner interior designer, we’ve rounded up nine of our favorite farmhouse backyard patios for farmhouse design inspiration to last you the whole year.

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City Farmhouse

Jen’s backyard makeover on City Farmhouse tackled a narrow space and transformed it into a stylish, farmhouse-inspired hangout. With pretty, neutral furniture and soft blue accents, the outdoor space gives off a cozy and casual feel to enjoy a lazy afternoon.

Liz Marie Blog

We are beyond in love with Liz Marie’s stunning farmhouse patio. Her use of live greenery styled around the furniture nails the indoor/outdoor look. But it still makes the space feel warm and inviting. We love her selection of creamy white pillows and throws to keep things comfy. And that olive green accent vase? We just ordered two.

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Plank & Pillow

With a big outdoor space comes big accessories! And a porch swing, or in this case a porch swing bed, gives it that extra farmhouse touch. Since Brook and Henry over at Plank & Pillow don’t have a front porch, they added this iconic farmhouse piece into their back patio area! So comfy for the whole family!

My Texas House

We’re signing a petition to have Erin design our next home makeover. Her patio transformation on My Texas House is all about making statements—starting with that eye-catching chandelier. The love affair continues with simple, subtle accent pieces, fresh greenery, and a communal dining table for dining al fresco.

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Not Just A Housewife

You had us at exposed brick! Stacy’s patio redo on Not Just A Housewife already had our hearts with an expansive brick wall dying to become the star of the show. She captured the perfect results with a planter wall and string lights to complement her furniture set.

The Grit and Polish

We’re pretty sure the secret garden looks a lot like The Grit and Polish’s stylish farmhouse backyard. With chic loungers, potted plants and lush garden boxes, it’s the perfect backyard oasis to relax into.

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Love Grows Wild

The elegant deck makeover on Love Grows Wild captures the effortless beauty of the farmhouse aesthetic. Making use of warm neutrals, the design is completed with rustic wood accents and live greenery to soften up the space.

Sanctuary Home Decor

Making use of unique accent pillows and charming statement decor, Sanctuary Home Decor’s patio expresses farmhouse vibes everywhere you look. Wood pallet furniture and gorgeous blue throws make this the ideal place to unwind in the warmer months.

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City Girl Gone Mom

Would it really be a farmhouse patio inspiration post without mentioning our very own City Girl Gone Mom patio makeover?! Danielle’s gorgeous Arhaus patio touch-up took her streamlined yard and transformed it into a cozy, chic space where the whole family can come together and hang out.

To get you ready for spring, we’ve rounded up nine of our favorite farmhouse backyard patios. It’s farmhouse design inspiration to last you the whole year.

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