How I transformed my porch into a boho oasis!

I live in Florida, so outdoor living is a huge part of our lifestyle. I have redone my front porch about a thousand times and never been truly happy. I tried Adirondack chairs, peacock chairs and a table and chairs setup. I just didn’t feel impressed with any of them. I needed a setup that was really comfortable for morning bible reading, chats, and afternoon coffee drinking. I stumbled into these chairs at World Market and about died. They’re like peacock chairs in a modern comfortable form. Don’t get me wrong, I am still obsessed with peacock chairs, but they’re not the most comfortable for lounging and long chats on the porch. I sat down in these chairs and to my surprise, they were SO comfortable. I bought them instantly and decided I was going to redo my porch for the third time, my husband was thrilled haha. I picked up my rug from amazon. The bamboo screen and the stools are vintage. The pillows are mostly Target and one brand I can’t remember. Anyways, the moral of the story here: I achieved the boho style I really wanted and they’re super practical and comfortable. So, don’t walk but run to World Market to get these chairs, seriously you won’t regret it!

P.S. You can use non outdoor rugs if your area is completely covered. The rug on my porch is not technically an outdoor rug, but it’s totally covered by the porch. It has held up well.

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Above is a better picture of the rug on my porch.

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Target no longer has my outdoor pillows, but I did find these amazing ones from World Market.

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