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One week until the first day of Spring. We’re looking forward to drinks on the deck with family and friends, fresh flowers and sunshine. 

With the warm weather on it’s way, its the perfect time to show off our latest Fave Find: Spring Haven. We love the blue cushions, but they can easily be swapped with one of 14 other colors. And since it’s not sold as a box set, it’s easy to pick the pieces that work best with your space. Two chairs on a patio? No problem. A rocker for the front porch? You got it. A giant sectional for a big family? Absolutely. You can see why we’re crushing hard on Spring Haven. 

Is anyone else ready to get holly jolly? We’re stockpiling decor and starting to sort through what’s in the basement to get our Christmas on as soon as the last leftover turkey sandwich has been devoured. 

Start planning with some of our decorating ideas from last year. 

We are crushing on this deck makeover (the before was a blank slate waiting for change). A patio set was the starting point, then plants, curtains, string lights and so much more were added to create a space that’ll be appreciated all season long.

See the before and lots of other after shots here.

Let’s talk decks and balconies for a minute. They’re such a great home feature, perfect for entertaining or relaxing on the weekend, but in older houses, the wood can get nicked, the stain can wear off and the whole thing can look depressing. As long as the deck is structurally sound, you can revamp it with something better than paint: Rustoleum Restore 4x It’s four times thicker than paint and will fill in chips and cracks, making a dilapidated deck fresh enough for bare feet again. There are a bunch of colors and it really brings new life to an older space.