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Back Porch Source List

I have had many questions via email, Instagram, and Pinterest about WHERE I purchased items for Back Porch Outdoor Living Room (If you missed this post, start there!!).  I love to share my sources with you!  Occasionally affiliate links will be used.  When you go through my affiliate link, you will not be charged extra.  I receive a teeny tiny commission on the sale.  As always, please feel free to ask me any questions in the comments section or by email (contact information tab).  I will go through the photos and list the products that way.  If I can't find my exact item, I will try to list something very similar.  

Bamboo folding chairs

Bamboo folding table (underneath the tablecloth)

Brass bowl - vintage

Black Tole Vase - similar

Bamboo Coffee table (mine is vintage, but this is adorable)

Lappljung Rug - Ikea

Wicker Sofa - Pottery Barn

Wicker Wing Backs - Pottery Barn

Pewter Chandelier - repurposed from my kitchen remodel

Blue and White Garden Stools - One Kings Lane

Ivory Cable Knit Pillows on sofa - Pottery Barn

Large Black Tole Tray - Tuesday Morning

Blue and White Vase- HomeGoods

Wool Blankets - Vintage

Antlers and Tortoise Shell - Found

Mahogany Tray Table with Stand - Antique

Corduroy Tan Pillows (on Wingbacks) - HomeGoods

Plaid Blanket - vintage

Crock - Antique

Silver Bowl - HomeGoods

Black & White umbrella - Walmart

Clay Chiminea - local hardware store

Iron Patio Set - vintage 1960's

Chair pads - Ikea

Blue & White Ginger Jars - HomeGoods

Silverplated napkin rings - HomeGoods

Monogrammed Napkins - Pottery Barn

White China - Mine is discontinued Wedgewood, but this is similar

Plaid China - HomeGoods

Crystal - Discontinued

All windows & doors - Marvin Windows and Doors

Siding - James Hardie Board

Ceiling Fans

Recessed Lighting - Cree LED lightbulbs
I have to tell you, I just discovered these AMAZING lightbulbs at a blogging conference.  One was included in our "swag bag."  When I got home, I had a burned out bulb in a pair of lamps.  I replaced the burned out bulb with a Cree bulb.  You can't tell the difference between the incandescent and the LED!!!!  LIFE CHANGER for me!  The LED uses 85% less energy than an incandescent, it lasts up to 25 years, and there is NO MERCURY in the Cree LED!!  The light is a warm glow and it is DIMMABLE!!  I have replaced all of my boy's bedroom lights with LED.  I was able to increase wattage for a brighter light and lower energy level!!!  Thank you to Cree for introducing me to these incredible new lightbulbs!  I forgot to mention... the bulbs don't get HOT like an incandescent.  I can finally use my lamp that is located right next to the thermostat without my a/c constantly tripping on because of the heat from the old lightbulb.
To purchase Cree lightbulbs, go here!  Don't let the price tag scare you, you will get that money back in energy savings!
Buy one, you will be amazed.

This is not a paid advertisement.  I just really LOVE these newfound lightbulbs and I love sharing my resources with my readers.  Cree provided me with 4 recessed lightbulbs for my back porch.  All opinions are my own.

I hope that you have found all of the sources you are looking for.  If I missed something, let me know and I'll add it!  


  1. Thank you for the link to the Cree bulbs. Their website has a great calculator to show how much I will save per bulb or bulbs. It's eye-opening. I had already started slowly switching over so this confirms my decision and might actually hurry up the process a little.

    1. Barbara! I'm so glad you are switching too! I've noticed Home Depot occasionally runs sales on the bulbs. That's a perfect time to stock up by the case load! xo

  2. Wow your back porch is beautiful!! I love the simple blue and white color scheme. And then your trim work is painted green, so pretty!

  3. Your patio is a total dream and so is the veiw. Stunning. Thanks so much for the visit and following, I am honored. I have you on my blog roll also, I admire your style.


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