Outdoor Planters Edit…

In the Summer, I love my outdoor spaces to feel like an extension of my home. The goal is for our outdoor living spaces to feel like an added room…beautiful, inviting and cozy. We have a lot of hardscape in our backyard, so we added pots in quite a few areas to soften the hardscape and add color. ( the material of our hardscape is called Pennsylvania Bluestone )

 

Adding planters with topiaries and flowers to your front porch or backyard instantly elevates the look and feel of your outdoor spaces. I’ve rounded up my favorite planters online and also shared the info on all of my locally sourced planters around my home below.

My blue XL pots are not online but the cream version is at FrontGate. I purchased my blue pots locally from Downeast Home. They were so sweet and gifted me a few more after they saw my Instagram post about them. I’ve included the information below if you’re local and are interested…Use code 25RACH for 25% off their home store now-Monday.

Draper: 801-501-7377, South Jordan: 801-495-5914, Sandy: 801-264-5049, Millcreek: 801-484-5430

Traditional:

1 | 2 | 3 | 4

Modern:

 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

French/Victorian:

 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7

Farmhouse/Rustic:

 1 | 2 | 3 | 4

 

xo, Rach
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5 thoughts on “Outdoor Planters Edit…

  1. The planters are cool and all, but oh my goodness! Those cLoud (fog?) Covered MOUNTAINS in the baCk are something else!! ❤️❤️❤️

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