The Bungalow

This week a few of our perennials started growing, formally announcing Spring is here! Backyard plans have been in full swing the past couple of weeks, with the bar/shed construction and landscaping direction being the main focal points. Now it’s time to start focusing on the furniture selection – my favorite part! After my initial shock over the cost of outdoor furniture (?!), I got to work creating a design board using Trina Turk’s Pisces fabric in Punch as my point of inspiration (rather appropriate as Pisces is my sign!). The backyard is a decent size so in addition to the pool, we added a tri-level deck to cost-effectively optimize the scale of the property and designate separate zones – outdoor living room, pool lounging, s’mores station and al fresco dining.

The-Bungalow-Backyard-Design-Board

Outdoor Living Room: West Elm Cushions $49-$89 // World Market Umbrella $99.99 // West Elm Sundial Pillow $39 // Trina Turk Pisces Pillow $52 // Trina Turk Arches Pillow $75 // West Elm Martini Table $145 // West Elm Wood Slat Sectional $749 // CB2 Element Coffee Table $399 // West Elm Wood Slat Bench $329 // Fab Habitat Earth Lhasa Rug 6 x9 $110 // Acapulco Chair $475

Pool Lounge: West Elm Martini Table $145 // Home Decorators Sling Chair $249/ set of 2 // Trina Turk Super Paradise Pillow $65 // Worlds Market Umbrella $99.99

S’mores Station: World Market Adirondack Chair $129.99 // Trina Turk Arches Pillow $75
Restoration Hardware Fire Bowl $1,195

Al Fresco Dining: World Market Umbrella $99.99 // World Market Outdoor Dining Table $299.99 World Market Antigua Lanterns $39.98/ set of 2 // West Elm Melamine Serverware $10 // West Elm Dinner Plate $6 // Anthropologie Fleur-De-Lys Glass $6 // West Elm Dip-Dye Placemat $14/ set of 2
CB2 Venezia Chair sold out (similar)

Do you have an outdoor living space? If so, how has the furniture held up? Salty beach air has me a little concerned!

5 thoughts on “The Bungalow

  1. What a colorful and fun inspiration set! I actually have the CB2 elements table and love it. One thing I’d do differently is scrape the umbrellas and get a good awning instead. I have a small deck and when I got an umbrella I found it made my deck feel crowded and low.

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