Head on over to Remodelaholic here and check out our latest outdoor project (and get a sneak peek of our outdoor space).
Who knew paint tarps could be so multi-functional?
Beautiful! Such an easy project that makes a huge impact. You may also want to consider maybe using a fabric spray for waterproofing to protect your fabric. That will make it last and look pretty longer. Just a thought though. It really looks amazing!
Absolutely amazing! Your deck looks like a photo out of a magazine....with the lights glowing and pretty billowly tarps....next thing you know Martha is going to ask you to do a photo spread. ;-)
It's so beautiful! I love those lights too. It really seems like a room with a "ceiling". Fantastic!
I WANT that pergola! It's exactly what we need, thanks for sharing!
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WOW! It's beautiful - it totally is magazine worthy. And, look at you on Remodelaholic again!!! So excited for you. And, of course I"m loving the deck makeover.
I am so jealous. It's beautiful and so easy, ugh I wish I had a pergola to decorate!
Jenny - You are famous! I saw your post on their blog first and said, "I actually know this person!" Great project. It looks out of a restaurant. Can Mark and I reserve that table for two sometime? Hope you are enjoying your summer. -Becca
What a great idea for the drop cloth! Not sweating is priceless and you only spent $50. What a great idea!
so pretty, I love your ideas :)
That. Is. Gorgeous.And brilliant.So glad to have found this project over at Remodelaholic.
What a divine way to create a lovely outdoor escape! I have always wanted pergola for our back porch and I think YOUR idea just set my wants into high speed. Love your work...you are so brilliant.Cheers~e
I saw this over on Remodelaholics and LOVE it! I am going to feature it on my blog tomorrow!
LOVE this look! Our table sits under an overhang that is much less atmospheric. This really DOES look like something out of a restaurant or magazine. Great job!