This spot right here has frustrated me for years… I know I know total first world problems but I’ve wanted an outdoor conversation area on our patio for quite some time. It just took me to get pregnant and enter into that nesting phase to get the job done. Let me introduce you to my summer nesting project with Article.
We’re still in the process of building another home on our property so we can’t landscape or else we’d have to rip everything out come breaking ground time. I’ve lived with a dirt backyard for 4 years, but savored this piece of concrete as it is the only area to create a relaxing place to sit.
I pulled this patio seating area together just in time for Zeke’s 3rd birthday party. We had a few mixed match pieces of outdoor furniture and this fireplace from Home Depot already but the space need something more. I added the Ora Beach Sand Sofa and Daisy Lounge Chairs and pulled it all together with the outdoor Stria Light Grey Rug. The results made me so happy and totally made our outdoor area livable, comfy with so much style.
I love the backside of the outdoor Ora sofa, it’s easy to clean and easy on the eyes.
I added some of my indoor pillows to accent the sofa and just take them inside when not in use. Also one side of the cushions on the sofa are designated for everyday “kid” use; they can sit on it and scuff it up. On days we have company come over I flip the cushions over to the clean side and then back again when everyone leaves.
These Daisy Lounge Chairs are my favorite!
They totally give off a bohemian yet modern vibe. They are surprising comfortable and have held up so well outside.
My 3 year old boy! Although when you ask him how old he is he says 6. We invited all of our family over this past weekend for Tacos and S’mores to celebrate our boy.
My oldest niece Maddie was the sweetest with Ruby. You will not believe how much I got done with her around to hold the baby…also she’s a ripping surfer and will probably be on the pro surf team soon! So proud of her.
….and Ruby slept through it all.
Special thanks to Article for partnering with me on this summer project!