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Made of money? Me neither! That's why I'm always on the hunt for budget-friendly finds for our back deck. If you think you have to spend a fortune to jazz up your front stoop/condo balcony/sprawling backyard for summer, think again. These items are all under $20, and will add a bit of style to your outdoor space this season. Some are on sale, so pick them up or order online sooner rather than later!

I love the deep red/navy combo in this nautical-style outdoor rug. Halsted Rug, $5, Ikea.

Dress your basic patio set with some cushions in a neutral patterned fabric to elevate the look of the chairs. Arden Outdoor Seat Pads, $17 each, The Home Depot.

This ruby-red cushion cover fits Pottery Barn's outdoor Swivel Armchair, but could be used on throw pillows you may already have. Swivel Armchair Cushion Slipcover, $14 each (back cushion only), Pottery Barn.

Brooklyn-based New Yorker artist Claudia Pearson designed these nautical outdoor melamine dishes. Cute! Claudia Pearson Summer Plates, $3.25 each, West Elm.

Add a glow to your patio with a few blown glass lanterns. These have a plastic handle that looks a bit like leather, keeping with my nautical theme. Droplet Lanterns, $11-$16, West Elm.

For more pocket-pleasing accessories, see our High & Low Patio Finds gallery.

Photo credits:
1. Halsted Rug, Ikea
2. Arden Outdoor Seat Pads, The Home Depot
3. Swivel Armchair Cushion Slipcover, Pottery Barn
4. Claudia Pearson Summer Plates, West Elm
5. Droplet Lanterns, West Elm

Author: 

Gwen McAuley

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