Friday, June 23, 2017

Our Patio / Porch Reveal with Grandinroad

Happy Friday!!! I am so excited to finally share our patio and porches now that everything is finished! Teaming up with Grandinroad on these spaces was truly a dream come true. I am so thrilled with how everything turned out, and I can't say enough about the beauty and quality of all their pieces. 

This sitting area may just be my favorite of all the spaces. I already know we're going to get a ton of use out of the Fulton fire pit, and I love that it can be changed into a table with this copper tray. So, not only is it pretty to look at, it's also versatile as well. And the plantation chairs are so comfy. 




Our little chocolate lover trying to steal all the Hershey bars :) 






And this Holly dining set has me more excited than ever to eat dinner outside. The prima linen collection brings such a fun pop to the color to the table, and I'm also seriously obsessed with the Bexley melamine dinnerware




I love that we were able to create a space for relaxing, while also creating a space to enjoy meals outdoors as a family. 




The Yorkshire sectional was the perfect fit for our smaller side deck. I've already spent quite a few evenings cozied up on this comfy couch with a glass of wine and a good book. 




And last, but not least, here is our front porch. In the evenings our front porch gets a really nice breeze, so rocking in these beautiful Nantucket rockers is one of our favorite things to do. 


Hydrangeas staying alive and vibrant thanks to these awesome self watering planters! 


And what's a southern front porch without a few good monograms...haha! But all jokes aside, this monogram coco boarder door mat is pretty incredible. 


A HUGE thank you to Grandinroad for helping us make our outdoor space even better than we pictured, and also for gifting us with the items linked below. 

Fire Pit Area













Dining Space










Side Deck





Front Porch



Outdoor Monogram Pillow



My Outfit

Dress (on major sale)  // Necklace // Flip-flops

Photos by Kim Graham