amy azzaritounder $100

under $100: on the patio

by Amy Azzarito

this under $100 came highly requested by d*s twitter followers. we’re all tyring to make the most of the rapidly approaching end of summer. in spite of the heat, i am not quite ready to let go of longer days and tank top weather. so if you have a patio or outdoor space, you should definitely make the most of these final days of summer. although i’m sans patio, i’m still trying to get outside as much as possible –  for me that means, trying to squeeze in as many summer bike rides as i can.  –amy a.

[image above, clockwise from left: yellow and white stripe doormat $34.95, croquet set $23.93 (forgive me for including the croquet set – hopefully your patio is close to a lawn!), small round rubber sunglasses $36, gingham yellow pillow, $37.99, ipanema mesh table $79.95, smart candle light $9.95, cachao grellow chair $99.95, cotton ball (for birds) $6, tea light candle holder $14.99]

[image above, clockwise from left: gallon ball jar & luzianne tea bags for sun tea (more about sun tea!) $17.99, galvanized vase $19, chicken flyswatter $10, large hurricane lantern $39.95, roosting pocket $6,  retro yellow double glider $73.50, moroccan recycled table $88]

[image above, clockwise from left: echo custard chair $79.95, formosa white tray table $49.95, retro yellow chair $29.91, julep rocker $79.95, director’s chair $62.30, offi tiki stools $53.10]

[from left: wooden outdoor folding chairs, $95 and adirondack chair made from recycled pallets $95]

[image above, clockwise from left: lantern $69.99, metal gallery table $79, enamel water pitcher $32.95, coil side table $78, 3-piece patio set $79.99, red stripe rug $48]

[from left: patio chair $99 and sunshade $79.99]

[from left: soji solar white modern lantern 39.99 and mini rock fire bowl $44]

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