I recently painted this patio table set white (it was previously black). It will look more aged after leaving it out a few seasons. Here it is with a summer table setting.
The basket and grain sack (used as a runner) are flea market finds from this past weekend:
This shelf was one of two I also scored at the flea market. I wasn't sure I wanted this one, as it is dark, but my silent decision-making prompted the vendor to keep lowering the price for both. Isn't it funny how sometimes just being silent will get you a better deal? (He said I had a poker face, when really I was just trying to figure out what to do with the shelves).
The shelf is currently attached to our fence, but I'm not sure I love it here. This rusty old plant stand (center) and watering can (on the top shelf left) were from the same flea market:
Last year, our children and I surprised my husband with a hammock for Father's Day. He likes to take well-earned breaks here. It is a restful spot by the hydrangeas:
Here's our wicker chair (found curbside) nestled beside the blooming 'New Dawn' climbing rose bush:
We're blessed to be able to enjoy the outdoors here. With all these whites, I'll be linking with White Wednesday this week. Happy summer!
Also linking to Sandy's summer video to share summer flowers.