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a willow trellis on a wood wall.
which "are essential romantic ele-
Although French doors gazed out-
ments" in yard decor. Lighting is
side, "there was no focal point," says
important — whether via smudge
Yedinak. So he placed a glass-topped,
pots turned into citronella lamps to
wrought-iron table and French bistro
keep bugs away (www.theintimategar-
chairs in the center.
dener.com ) or in paths of subtle light-
"We took things out of her pictures , ing that snake along a brick walkway.
out of her artwork, and continued the
"Lighting is an important accesso-
theme on the balcony," says Yedinak.
ry," says Scott. "Because I want it to
"Use the same design sense that you
be a cozy, ambient atmosphere, I want
have success with inside. Don't all of a no bright security lights, [but rather]
sudden be afraid to use scale; treat it
lighting that blends with the outdoors
like a room."
and the night to keep that natural
In addition to traditional wrought
feeling."
iron, heavy plastic, wicker and wood
Scott purchased a cast-iron frog that
deck furniture, this year synthetic raf-
holds votive candles. It blends well
fia sun umbrellas, cast-iron door-
mats and hand-forged wrought-iron
benches are hot, according to This
Old House magazine.
"Iron furniture is timeless," says
Brodsky, "probably because you can
do so much with it — like paint it
or rough it up for a shabby chic
feel.
"Furniture should not be forgot-
ten on the deck," she says. "If it has
wooden seats, there have to be plen-
tiful cushions, things that make you
want to enjoy the outdoors."

Accessories

You'd think the outdoors would
offer enough interesting detail and
vibrant color that you wouldn't
have to complement it with artifi-
cial design. You'd be wrong.
Color, lighting, art and function
Laura Lyman with daughters, Joy and
play important roles in the yard.
Angel,
enjoy their deck every summer day
When it comes to color, think
beyond flower beds. Consider metal
pots, in beaded brass, imported
from India in green, red, "burnt
with the natural landscape. "We
umber" and copper (www.globalpot-
already have enough frogs that keep
tery.com).
us awake at night."
Fabrics, too, offer enriching color,
"We just purchased six different
in the form of screens, flags, canopies,
chimes for the deck," says Laura
candle lamps and plush cushions.
Lyman of Commerce Township,
Mosaic also brings a splash — either
whose multi-leveled deck overlooks
in the form of a fountain or perhaps
Buell Lake. Lyman went to the newly
as "yard art," a term used by Carol
opened Cost Plus World Market in
Foster, an owner of the Carol/James
Novi for the chimes.
Gallery in Royal Oak.
Local galleries and boutiques offer
"It really gives people a peaceful
trinkets and stakes that make state-
feeling to be surrounded by things
ments when displayed well in the
that make you smile," she says.
yard.
This season, Foster's gallery is fea-
Ariana Gallery in Royal Oak has
turing raku sculptures as well as metal
colorful glass and metal mobiles to
dogs and cats and birdhouses.
hang from tree branches, birdbaths
McCloud advises enriching color
and funny, funky and serious sculp-
via the contrasts of light and shade,
tures.

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