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Utilizing an architectural piece in my outdoor design

Hello to everyone, it was extremely hot in NJ this weekend! Let’s see what is new at Cloches and Lavender?

Today, I am utilizing an architectural piece in my outdoor design.

My Thrift Gate Find

I have been fortunate to find great pieces to add interest and character to our garden deck and yard.

Let’s Take a Look

I shared pieces recently found for our deck HERE

We have two doors on our shed, I made a wreath for one and thought, instead of making another wreath, an architectural piece to hanging would be different.

John went to pick up Florentine table, I will speak about in an upcoming post. This piece happened to be outside of the thrift store. He sent a picture and I loved it so he brought the piece home as well.

Having beautiful age and patina, I added a protective coat of Artisan Enhancement top coat.

Where Can This Be Found?

You can find it at Artisan Enhancement Top Coat

In Process

I like taking a bit of time to seal and save the patina on old pieces I find.

Finished Project

The gate is pretty from the street for our neighbors to enjoy, I feel it shows we love our home. Neighbors have stopped to mention the care and attention we give our home often asking, where can I find a home like yours?

Next summer this area will be filled with yellow Moonbeam Coreopsis we planted this year.

I hope the next time you are thrifting you think about adding an architectural element to your garden, deck or yard.

11 thoughts on “Utilizing an architectural piece in my outdoor design”

  1. What a great piece. I love that it is so sturdy looking but still has a nice style. Good job and you found the perfect spot for it. xo Diana

  2. Looks beautiful Cindy. I cannot wait to see the table. Have a great start to the new week.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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