What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Etsomnia™ 320: Outdoor Decor


Etsom·ni·a (/etˈsämnēə/), noun, 1. a sleep disorder caused by obsessive Etsy browsing. 2. The surprising arrival of weird handmade merchandise ordered when one is only half conscious. (True story.) 3. An excuse for me to be an obnoxious, snarky New Yorker once per week.

Beautiful solar-powered garden light above by Awiselight.

After 2.5 years of permits and construction and angst, we are finally at the decorating stage of our new decks, so today’s Etsomnia™ is a pure joy for me!

For more Etsy fun, check out all my weekly Etsomnia™ posts!

What a great looking outdoor privacy screen! By MountainSnowArt
Beautiful AND affordable! Unfortunately, we get so much wind, they would bash themselves to bits immediately, but in a better protected spot, they would be wonderful! By BottlesUncorked
I rarely use this color in my interior decor, but I love a pop of sunshiney yellow in the garden! By MyFairytaleDoors
These vertical planters would look great on our new white fence! By TheGeekGardenDotCom
What a wonderful outdoor sculpture! By DustinMillerGallery
These are the coolest garden border stakes I’ve ever seen! By ApocalypseFab
You, too, can have your very own garden Wilford Brimley! By TheTreeFacePeople
Waterproof Chinese lanterns. I had no idea such a thing existed! By HoiAnLanternWorkshop
Look, the Partridge Family! Okay, fine. They’re quails. Still cute, though! By FoothillMetalArt
Acrobat whirligig in custom colors. What a fun idea! The little ones would love it. By TheMACH1N3Shoppe
I am obsessed with these stained glass garden stakes! By BelloGlass
Loving these solar LED lights! By TouchOfECO
I spend a lot of time around fairies, and you do NOT want to piss them off! By BigfootCreationsMN

Author: Donna from MyOBT

I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

12 thoughts on “Etsomnia™ 320: Outdoor Decor

  1. All of them are cute and fun to look at. Over 50 years ago we had an Acrobat whirligig. It lasted a couple before it broke. I never did get around to trying to fix it. Enjoyed starting my day with all of them. Hal

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  2. Now these are all good. Yea for finding them.

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  3. I have so many windchimes in the trees in my backyard. They have made it through our Florida hurricanes so they are there to stay! I love all of this!

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  4. Lots of lovely items this week. I really like that rainbow hued sculpture, the moon light, and the bottle wind chimes. I also really like that privacy screen. I have lived in several properties where that would have been immensely useful.

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  5. Congrats on your decor-ready deck! I have just begun to play with stained glass and made myself a garden stake – I, too, am smitten! There is a young woman artist outside Philly whose work you should see. Everything about her and her work is lovely: Sandy Webberking. Hope you’ll have a look and like her work as much as I do. Thanks for this beauty-filled post.

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