Six Garden Decorations That'll Give Your Outdoor Space New Life

Various succulents planted inside pots on a shelf

Gardening isn't just a sustainable way to put food on the table. It can also be a relaxing hobby, which means you'll probably want to put your hard work on display for guests to see. We've rounded up six useful garden decorations that'll transform your space into a beautiful work of art.

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Uteki Ceramic Stool

This versatile ceramic garden stool can be used as a decorative ornament, a plant stand, or as a place to sit while you work. No matter how you use it, its unique design will be a striking accent among plants and flowers and can easily be wiped clean. Make sure to bring it inside during the off-season to keep it in pristine condition. But there's no need to store it because it can be used as a beautiful side table in your living room, too. ($168; anthropologie.com)

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Teak Garden Bench

This teak wood garden bench is a durable, yet stylish option that'll instantly elevate your garden. Not only will it provide a comfortable place to sit as you enjoy the nice weather, but it features a cut-out design that can be wrapped with vines and flowers to give it a botanical look. It's made to last in almost any climate, but you can't go wrong with moving it into a screened-in porch during the winter so you can use it year-round. ($430; houzz.com.com)

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Iris Planter

Available in medium or large sizes, this planter is a stylish way to put your favorite plants or flowers on display. Both feature built-in drainage holes and a stainless steel base that provides ample support for the stone and cement composite pots that are lightweight and easy to move. Plus, they're made specifically for indoor or outdoor use, so you can put them in your entryway during the off-season to protect your plants from harsh elements. Purchase one as a stunning statement piece for your garden, or add both to your cart and place them side-by-side for a complementary look. (starting at $139; westelm.com)

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Antique Wheelbarrow

Give your garden a vintage-inspired look with this antique metal wheelbarrow. It's made from durable iron and looks just as good as a standalone piece as it does filled with a beautiful succulent garden. As the seasons change, move it inside so you can continue to care for your plants while adding a rustic touch to your home. ($300; worldmarket.com)

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Sunflower Bird Bath

Not only are birds fun to watch, but they can actually be a good form of pest control to protect your herbs and vegetables from harmful insects. This large sunflower bird bath will be a stylish addition to your space without overwhelming it, and it'll attract birds to your garden. It features curved legs for extra stability while the flower displays pretty gold accents that'll glisten in the sun. ($73; target.com)

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LED Lights

Of course you can hang string lights on your patio, but with these solar LED ground lights you can admire your garden even after the sun goes down. This set comes with eight lights that feature a hammered glass construction for added appeal. Place them along a path that leads to your vegetables or flower beds, or set them up throughout your garden to spotlight your handiwork. ($22, usually $43; walmart.com)

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