Backyard Barbecue



I have created another outdoor space for the Lloyd Flanders' "Life Happens Outside" spring campaign.
You may remember my "Afternoon Delight" post I did for them recently.  
You can see that post HERE.
You can also find my images on Houzz HERE

Like I mentioned before,  Lloyd Flanders is a company that carries  beautiful fine woven furniture.
I have recently added a link to their website on my sidebar.
I am loving them so much, I wanted to share them with you.
Definitely stop by to have a look.

For participating in their spring campaign, Lloyd Flanders sent me a wicker chair for free, and it arrived yesterday!  I am so overjoyed with it.  I promise to share pictures of it with you in my next post.
Thank you Lloyd Flanders!

So have a look at my Backyard Barbecue outdoor space.
















 I have a beautiful tree in my backyard that is in full bloom with white blossoms.  I thought it would make the perfect backdrop for my barbecue. For my table setting, I layered my table with a blue and white gingham table cloth, I then added a stack of mismatched plates, including a wicker one at each setting. A set of vintage Pyrex tea cups holds condiments like ketchup and mustard. An over-sized wicker picnic basket gives height to the table and serves as extra serving space. I have placed a small rock on my stack of napkins to keep them from blowing away. And I have brought out my kitchen chairs with an added pillow for comfort.
This is a simple setting, yet very sweet.  Everything you need to make your backyard barbecue special.

You can find these images over at Houzz

 Thanks for stopping by,
Emily


(The opinions in this article are of my own).


8 comments

  1. I love the blue and white! I will be stopping by for an afternoon tea in a little while ;-)

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  2. Love it! So happy you got featured, those pics were amazing!!!

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  3. This looks so inviting. I really love the plates with the blue motif. We are enjoying our last day of sunshine in the US today before we go back to the rain of the UK tomorrow. I hope we get to enjoy some eating outdoors this year - it rained most of last summer!

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  4. It makes me long for warm sunny days and eating outside! I really like your use of vintage dishes.

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  5. What a welcoming setting you have-tablescape is so cute.

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  6. Emily you have styled everything so nicely. What a wonderful way to enjoy a nice spring day.

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  7. I definetely want to come to your bbq! It looks dreamy!

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  8. I've been browsing the internet for some ideas for my labor day bbq. I want to decorate my backyard and maybe do some minor landscaping in order to make room for a fire pit. I visited party city to look for nautical flags and other decrotive items. I really like the recipe ideas!

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