How to Decorate Your Patio on a Budget

Enjoy summer in your Gainesville home outdoor space.

It’s the best season to enjoy your outdoor living space and give some life to your ho-hum patio.

What better way to spruce up your home’s exterior space than by adding colors like orange plush pillows on your comfortable chair. After all, summer is all about fun and warmth, and an orange plush pillow both adds a pop of color and inject some warmth in the decor.

But is it really that simple? What about the cost?

Is it possible to revamp the patio of your home in Gainesville without spending more than a $100?

Yes, it is! shares four simple updates that can totally upgrade your outdoor spaces feel and appeal.

Make Over Your Patio (Without Buying New Furniture)

While we’ll always support an outdoor overhaul, sometimes a few décor swaps are all it takes to transform a lackluster patio into something special. For proof, we’ve rounded up four simple updates that will give your space a breezy refresh, no matter if you have $20, $35, $50, or $100 to spend. Take a look.

  1. If You Have $20: Spruce Up Your Greenery

Colorful garden stakes and cheeky lawn ornaments will bring new life to overlooked plant beds, while trays can be used to corral and display small containers on a table where they can be appreciated. Have a favorite bloom? Repot it in an elevated planter to add interest to an empty corner.

  1. If You Have $35: Mix in Color and Texture

Mix and match patterned outdoor pillows in bold shades to brighten up a neutral seating area. For extra personality, drape a Turkish towel over the back of a favorite chair, then use it as a throw on colder nights. Need space to store essentials, like sunscreen and bug spray? Keep them close with an easy-to-transport woven basket. 

  1. If You Have $50: Up the Comfort Factor 

Line wire and wrought iron chairs with extra plush cushions for seating you can linger in for hours. To make a space more inviting and functional, bring in an all-weather ottoman or garden stool—they’ll provide a place to prop up feet and set a tray with drinks, and they can be moved easily to create different seating configurations. 

  1. If You Have $100: Define the Space 

In the wide-open outdoors, ground your patio area and create a distinct space with a soft but durable, easy-to-add outdoor rug. If you’re looking to up the coziness of your seating area and separate it from other parts of the yard, hang textured or patterned outdoor curtains around the exterior.

It all sounds pretty simple to make, and all great for the budget, too!

Whether you follow one or all, you’ll transform your patio into one amazing outdoor retreat where you can spend the rest of your summer relaxing and entertaining.  


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