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Garden Pallete: Decorating with Black out Back

July 9, 2018

Sure, it might seem counterintuitive to choose decorating with black as a way to enliven your patios and porch, but no color amplifies a garden’s bright colors, lush greens and colorful landscape better without detracting from their beauty. Need proof? We hand-picked some outdoor spaces that may inspire you to cross over to the dark side, outside.

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On his shaded patio in Salt Lake City, interior designer Gregg Hodson chose black chairs, pots and outdoor sconces to foster the space’s chic-yet-casual vibe.

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Design by Alice Lane Interior Design and Robinson Home Builders.

A classic black-and-white checkered floor transforms the porch of an Orem home.

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Photo courtesy of Crate & Barrel

Charcoal patio umbrellas and furnishings from Crate & Barrel add a surprising splash to a pool area. 

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Photo by Scot Zimmerman

Black accentuates the modern forms of two Brown Jordan chaises overlooking views from a Park City home. Design by J Squared Interiors. 

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A landscape shaped by black lava inspired the choice of a modern concrete-topped table and black-toned stools for a St. George patio. Design by Marianne Sax, Split Rock Design.

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Photo courtesy of Crate & Barrel

Matte black planters, lights and garden accessories from Crate & Barrel add a sophistication to a garden workspace.

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Photo by Scot Zimmerman

Black iron furniture accentuates this St. George home’s exterior trim and clean-lined architecture. Home by Anderson Custom Homes.

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Photo by Scot Zimmerman

A pair of matte black orbs draw the eye into the lush shaded garden of a Salt Lake City home.

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Photo courtesy of Ballard Designs.

Whimsical black-and-white striped chairs pair with a black bistro table along a stone garden path.

 

See more garden inspiration here! 

Brad Mee
Editor-In-Chief

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