Vintage treasures, salvage scores, and flea market finds aren’t just for interior decorating. Bring these treasures outside to create comfortable outdoor rooms that reflect your personal style. These vintage outdoor living ideas will help you outfit your space with a one-of-a-kind look.
6 Outdoor Makeover Ideas With Vintage Touch
If you love the outdoors as much as we do, why not make your time spent in the garden even more fun and joyful with some unique decor? Vintage garden decorations are so full of charm. If used creatively, they will add lots of extra beauty and magic to your outdoor looks.
1. Porcelain Vintage Fence
Decorate a garden fence in a vintage style using old plates and put a shabby chic chair as a plant stand in front! Treat the fence in your garden the way you would decorate a gallery wall in your home, like this garden!
2. Repurpose Vintage Drawer Boxes
Old vintage drawer boxes may be hard to come by as you see here. You can upcycle any wooden drawers found on Craigslist or in thrift stores, and add some really affordable vintage-style hardware like these to fake the look!
3. Vintage Old Ladders
Another garden decoration idea that is space-savvy as well as pocket-friendly. You can place your pretty vintage and repurposed planters on a rustic old ladder to create height and layers. Learn more about it at Organized Clutter here.
4. Retro Sitting
Find original vintage versions at sales, antique shops, and Internet auction sites; reproduction options are seasonally available at home centers and discount stores. Complete the retro look with an antique iron table and a freestanding umbrella.
5. Vintage Bar Cart
Use a vintage cart to create a mobile drink station you can wheel out to your porch or patio. If you have an older piece that’s showing its age, a new coat of paint can quickly refresh the finish. Stock the cart with glassware, straws, and your favorite beverage fixings. A wire basket on a lower shelf helps corral loose items.
6. Portable Pit
A store-bought fire bowl is an affordable alternative to a built-in fireplace, and you can move it around. This vessel-style pit has a lid, so it doubles as a table.