Y’all know I live in the south and for many days leading up to Christmas we have awesome weather. Like yesterday, the sun was shining and the skies were blue and temp hovered around 70. It was gorgeous!
Please join us as our holiday home tour celebrates with entertaining ideas for Christmas! If you are visiting from Kellie at Design Asylum Blog, welcome! If not, be sure to go see Kellie! All the links for my friends will be at the bottom of the post. Enjoy and be inspired to CELEBRATE with part 2 of our Merry & Bright Holiday Home Tour!
Christmas on the Patio
We spend a lot of time outside year round, we love to cookout and chill on the patio. I’m sharing a few ideas for adding a little Christmas to your outdoor space. Celebrate the season whether you’re entertaining or just relaxing.
The patio is just outside our newly finished basement and we can leave the doors wide open and take a nap on the
floor sofa. Thanks to Phantom Screens, we are able to enjoy fresh air all the time! In fact, I have the doors open right now and Murphy is laying right there, just like she was when I took this photo!
Most of the accents on the patio are turquoise, aqua, blue…you probably already guessed that. I added candles to the mason jars and threw a Christmas tree in the back of the jeep.
I love to keep it simple, add a few things here and there and sticking with my red and blue color theme.
Lucy’s deer pillow, a wood sleigh and few candles are perfect to add holiday cheer! For my pop of red, I placed a fun berry wreath below the light. My daughter gave it to me many years ago.
On the sofa table I added a lantern with holly and red berries and left the candle stick that got a makeover this summer.
While taking these photos, I was reminded that I never shared the outdoor kitchen that we built. I will try and get busy on that, after Christmas, I have too much shopping still to do!
Thanks so much for stopping by! We are going to celebrate on the Christmas patio for as long as we can before winter arrives! Loving this Georgia weather!
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Grab your cookies, appetizers, mugs of hot cocoa and join us outside on the patio!
21 thoughts on “Christmas on the Patio”
I love that Jeep! Can you tell me where you got it?
Thanks Angie, I’ve had it for a long time. Found it at an antique store.
Your home is so beautiful, Debbie. You should see my deck right now. yuck! The weather is horrible here. Wet, dreary…I need snow, or sun! Merry Christmas to you and yours!
LOVE all of the turquoise! 🙂 Just beautiful!!
wow, everything is just absolutely gorgeous! i love how you shared an outdoor space as it’s decorated beautifully and so inviting! i want to plop over there now and relax!!
Love all the turquoise with the pops of red! I would be spending a LOT of time out there!
Debbie – I’m jealous of your southern weather. I love the aqua mixed with red! So pretty! Happy holidays and enjoy that pretty patio!
Debbie, beautiful outdoor space. You have truly created another living area that compliments your lovely home. I love the turquoise touches which reminds me of the sky. What a wonderful way to spend holiday time with nature. P.S. Your fluff ball is cute as a button.
I am so envious! Sitting on our porch is limited now here in Southern Indiana. I love your colors so much!!!
I love how you’ve decked out your patio for Christmas! Aqua is one of my favorite colors and I just love the mason jars and Jeep, so cute!
So much beauty in one place Debbie. The color theme is stunning and really makes the space feel chic and cozy at the same time. I understand why you spend so much time out there. p.s. I want that sleigh.
What a beautiful outdoor living space. I can see you spending as much time as possible out there.
I love your patio Debbie…and love how you have carried out that fabulous color into the outdoor spaces! Your patio always makes me smile!!!
Absolutely beautiful Debbie!! I love the ethereal color of turquoise you chose. The rusty jeep is might favorite piece. Gorgeous!