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Sprucing Up Our Study Deck

With spring in the air, it's easy to get the bug to work outdoors.  I wanted to give our deck off the study a little makeover.

We have a trellis on the side and top. The side trellis, I wanted to use these artificial topiary hedge plant.  Realistic looking greenery hedge that is uv-proof to look fresh, weatherproof to withstand the elements, low-maintenance so no hassle, and requires no water unless you use that as a source for cleaning. 

Perfect for converting walls, fences, and anything you can apply it to creating a natural lush look soft to the touch yet durable made of super-strong-sturdy high density polyethylene. Perfect for privacy or just to beautify your area interior or exterior. 
Shaping and designing is a simple snip of a pair of scissors to fit the size and shape you wish to create, and pieces connect with interlocking connectors for ease of installation.
A pretty new look for the study deck.

I bought the panels on Amazon.  12 Piece 20'' L x 20'' H.  made by e-joy. Endless possibilities.
I also bought this console table from Grandin Road.  I have been looking at it for years. It's called Elle Stonecast.
Pineapple lanterns from  Frontgate.  A pretty wrought iron piece hangs on the trellis.

The  outdoor rug is from Costco.  Years ago, we ended up buying three of them.  Two for another patio area off the dining room. I decided to use the third one on this deck patio for some color.


Update on my Dad - He is still in the hospital.  They gave him a ct scan recently and they also do a chest x-ray every morning.  I do worry about the radiation. A Thoracic surgeon came in to look at him. He put in an order to re-do the tubing in his lungs.  My dad said it was very painful.  Keep in mind, this is the third time.

My dad is looking better and eating very well.  Time will tell. We appreciate your thoughts and prayers.

I also wanted to share: Mackenzie Childs has their Easter items 1/2 off.
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15 comments:

  1. Hi Linda, Seems like I haven't been around much, but I've missed you. Love your patio off the library-it is so beautiful, but there isn't any area of your home that isn't perfect.
    So sorry your dad is having such a difficult time with his lungs-I'll keep him in my prayers. You are blessed to still have both of your parents; I miss mine-but they've been gone a long time.
    Sending hugs your way.
    Noreen

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  2. Linda, I think Frontgate or Grandin Road could take their pictures at your house! Beautiful. :)

    Wishing your dad healing and improved health.

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  3. Linda, you have created a lovely retreat. The stone table is just beautiful as is the pretty rug. I hope your dad will get the treatment he needs so he can return home.

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  4. That looks great! I like that console table- perfect! What a fun project and not too hard to make happen!

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  5. Linda, your outdoor area looks so inviting. Love the table agains the green wall. I know you will enjoy spending time in this beautiful space.
    Did you order some Easter goodies? ;-)

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  6. Linda I love your new out soor area it looks wonderful love the greenry you put up .. everything is nice. Sending prayers up for your Dad I so hope it all goes well my dear. Blessings with love Janice

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  7. Oh Linda your deck is so wonderful and the lanterns are so cute!
    I feel sorry for your dad.
    Love

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  8. I can't believe your poor dad..poor guy..:(

    I hate suffering..


    On the other hand..fab makeover..can't believe the hassle free geenery walls!

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  9. So glad Linda to hear that your dad is feeling better. Love your study deck! Dang, I could sit out there for hours sipping coffee in the mornings and sweet tea in the afternoon! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

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  10. Wow, the greenery walls are amazing! Love the Grandin Road table too, what a wonderful spot!

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  11. Oh my Linda, the trellis walls look amazing!! What a peaceful retreat you've created.
    I hope your dear dad continues to improve.

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  12. Oh so hope your dad is feeling better Linda. Love what you've done on the deck/patio. It is fabulous. I've never seen this before and what wonderful possibilities. The table is gorgeous, love everything you've done. A wonderful place for you to relax. Sending you hugs and prayers for your dear dad...............

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  13. That is unbelievable that the 'greens' are poly! Holy Cow-they look like real boxwood. I love that idea and have just the perfect spot for it by our outdoor clawfoot tub! Your console table is beautiful, too......your home is just gorgeous---just like its owner! xo Diana

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  14. Hi Linda, WOW this is incredible. I love the faux boxwood panels. They look so real. What a beautiful space you created for the study deck.
    So glad your dad is eating well and I hope he improves and all the testing goes well. Prayers continue. Have a nice weekend ahead. xo

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  15. That stuff is awesome!!!! I wish I had a place I could use it! The rug is very pretty too. I have always wanted one of those pineapple lanterns:) I will be praying for your dear dad. XO

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