Spring Refresh x Well Woven

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Last month, we took an anniversary trip to Tucson. I was so inspired by the decor and design at The Joshua Tree House! The beautiful Posada had a Southwest vibe with welcoming neutral decor. 

I knew I wanted to add a new outdoor rug this spring and decided to look for something that would remind us of our amazing trip. Well Woven has been my go to source for interior rugs for years. Their rugs are excellent quality and have held up with our young girls and pets. After browsing their website, I quickly learned they have a large selection of durable outdoor rugs as well! As part of our partnership, I chose the Nord Moroccan Tribal Rug

I loved the pattern and knew the neutral color would complement our patio furniture and cream umbrella. Having an outdoor rug adds an extra element of "cozy" to any space! Over the last few weeks, I've found this rug to be durable and withstand our cats, sheep, and the outdoor elements.

If you are in the market for outdoor furniture, I would highly recommend our patio set from Amazon. It's comfortable, easy to clean and came with a 1 year warranty on the frame. We've had this set for 3 years now and it still looks brand new.

We do keep out of the elements in the winter months and take cushions inside in case of rain, but the cushions are made with a water resistant material and have a zipper so each can be removed and washed. Another style element I added to our space a few years ago were outdoor curtains. Mine are actually tablecloths from Target and we have a basic rod and clips to hang them. The purpose was to add privacy and help with UV rays. A great inexpensive way to also add a bit of charm to an outdoor space.  I hope this post gives you some ideas to refresh your own outdoor living space. You don't have to break the bank to achieve the look you are going for. I love to check Facebook Marketplace and local consignment stores before making a purchase. 

To read all about our DIY stain/seal project click here.


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