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Backyard Patio Design REVEAL!!! One Room Challenge Week 6

I’m so excited! It’s the final week of the One Room Challenge and time to REVEAL our rustic modern backyard patio design! This challenge was more difficult than last years guest room makeover. We were down to the wire this time around and the landscaping really took a lot out of us! But, alas, it was so worth it. We’ve been enjoying the patio more than ever and have already put the space to good use.

If you’d like to see the weekly progress updates, check them out here: week 1, week 2, week 3, week 4 and week 5.

Here it is! Our rustic modern backyard patio design! All the sources are at the end of the post.

The pallet board ceiling really makes an impact in the space! It adds warmth, texture and a dose of rustic which I offset with the modern, clean-lined furniture.

I am so glad I decided to paint the exterior of all those doors! The sage green is so calming and pops nicely off the white brick. Speaking of, I did a blog post on the amazing product that made painting these doors super easy.

The hanging chair is one of my faves. It adds a fun, whimsy element in the space. 

The landscaping was one of the most grueling aspects of the challenge but I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. I love the river rocks and the simplicity of the plants.

I combined sage green outdoor pillows with tasseled basketweave and vintage kilim throw pillows for pattern.

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For dining seating, I chose table stools and I am so glad I did. They slide under the table when not in use and are great space savers. I paired them with two wire mesh armchairs at the head of the table.  

My vintage Hungarian tub on a stand makes the cutest container for an herb garden.

We also have a potted lemon and lime tree on the patio.

The copper farmhouse sconces really pop off the painted white brick patio walls and tie in nicely with the ceiling fans.

Of course, I had to get this cute floor pillow for the pups!

There ya have it! Our rustic modern backyard patio design reveal! Don’t forget to check out the other One Room Challenge featured designers and guest participants! Thank you House Beautiful for helping to put on such an amazing biannual design event.

And because no good reveal post is good without a “before” shot or two (or five), here’s a little trip down memory lane. 🙂

Rustic Modern Backyard Patio Design Sources

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1. Rustic Wood Pallets / 2. Ceiling Fans / 3. Outdoor Wall Sconces (copper penny) / 4. Door Color: Clary Sage by Sherwin Williams / 5. Brick color: Alabaster by Sherwin Williams / 6. Whitewash Outdoor Sofa / 7.Paper Mache Side Table / 8. Earthenware Vase / 9. / 10. Plant Mister / 11. Vintage Tub w/Stand (similar) / 12. Whitewash Outdoor Chair / 13. Coffee Table  / 14.  Hanging Chair / 15. Whitewash Outdoor Dining Table / 16. Wire Mesh Chairs / 17.  Sage Green Pillows / 18. Basketweave Tassel Pillows / 19. Kilim Pillows / 20. Fringe Pillow / 21. Metal Stools / 22. Throw / 23. Black & White Pillow / 24. Black & White Lumbar  25.  Textured Ceramic Planters /

Credits:

Huge thank you to my friends Rana with Roohi Photography for shooting the space, Gayle with Florist Fire for the beautiful floral arrangement and branches, and Dena with Lasting Luxe for doing my hair and makeup!

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40 Responses

  1. Wow, the space looks so great! Now you get to enjoy the nice about-to-be summer nights out there 🙂

  2. I love it!!!! It looks so relaxing. I want to come hang out in your swing chair like all day! 😉 Congrats on a job well done!

  3. What a perfect place to relax this summer. I adore that swing and the Hungarian tub with herbs is so cool. Congrats on finishing!

  4. I absolutely love this space!Looks like the perfect spot to kick back, relax, and enjoy the outdoors.

  5. The touches of green mixed with the light neutrals created such a beautiful, calm and serene space! I just love that hanging chair and that vintage Hungarian tub is AMAZING!!!!

  6. This is beautiful, Becky. Found you through the link up. I did an outdoor space, too—but I’m a bit jealous of the size of yours! And I want a fan! Well done!!

  7. What a fabulous outdoor space! I love all the pops of green and all the plants. I also have that hanging chair ans its truly the best!! It looks great in your space. Congrats on a job very well done!!

    1. Thank you so much for your comment, Shavonda! The chair has been a big hit and we’ve definitely put the patio to good use already!

  8. Oh my goodness! Such an amazing space! I absolutely love every single detail. Totally welcoming and I could see spending hours and hours out here! Great job!!

  9. I can’t imagine how you did all this and the landscaping (all that rock!) in 6 weeks! You and your hubbie are DIY beasts! It looks amazing and all your hard work really paid off!

    1. Haha thanks Maia!! The rocks were pretty intense and we’re not exactly jumping at finishing the rest of the house 😉 Really appreciate your comment and feedback on the space!

  10. I love the ceiling, the door color and the clean line furniture . I love how you’ve recreated such an amazing and relaxing space !!

  11. This space turned out beautifully! It is one of my favorite ORC projects. Great work!

  12. Oh my goodness, I am in love with your porch! The green shutters tie is so well with all the greenery! Also, I can’t get over how cute that sink/trough is with the plants, I need!

  13. Becky, I finally made it to your big reveal for ORC and I am so glad. I love your patio with the cream and green scheme. It’s so functional and yet has fun pieces like the vintage herb tub and the pretty planters and succulents. Outstanding place for dining and visiting. One of my favorites. Pinned!

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