It’s the last month of winter and soon we’ll be enjoying sunshine, birds singing and good weather outside, which means that it’s high time to renovate your backyard décor and furniture to make staying outside as pleasant as possible. If sunlight is pretty intense in your location, you may need an outdoor umbrella for more comfort, and we’ve gathered some smart DIYs connected with umbrellas, their revamps and base adding, take a look!
If you have an old and plain backyard umbrella and want to revamp it, this project is for you. This tutorial will tell you how to refresh your umbrella with some paint and a very simple pattern. Choose the colors that you like or follow the colors in the source and make your outdoor umbrella fresh and new!
This tutorial will tell you how to revamp an old umbrella itself with some stencils, paints and colorful pompom trim. If you have already a painted umbrella, better paint it neutrals with some spray paint and make it a ready canvas for decorating. Then apply a stencil and decorate it in any colors you like adding colorful pompom trim at the same time. Enjoy your new and bright outdoor umbrella!
I’m head over heels about this umbrella look! It’s fun, quirky and bright and helps you relax with only its look! This is a renovation of a usual plain umbrella with a new design done with paints – a cute crown and some pink rain plus long fringe for a slight boho feel. Such a piece is a great idea for any boho patio or for a slightly playful touch to it.
If you love succulents or other plants, why not integrate them right into your patio décor with this genius tutorial? This DIY will tell you how to make a cool umbrella stand with succulents – you’ll save much space and will enliven your backyard a bit more. There’s also a video tutorial to make your umbrella stand easier and more comfortable.
If you need to move your umbrella here and there from time to time, a rolling base is a must: it will make moving the umbrella much easier. The idea is simple: build a box of wood or plywood with casters and just attach the umbrella inside. This cool base can be used as a side table, too, so get inspired to make it!
If you don’t need a standard base or a side table for your umbrella, you can make a creative planter umbrella stand. This large planter is actually a large galvanized bucket where you can plant anything you want or just place some fake plants and flowers here and there.
If you have pets and small kids that can drop an outdoor umbrella, if strong wind can blow off your umbrella to the ground, this tutorial is for you. the authors tell you how to make a cool umbrella stand, which is extra sturdy and stable. The idea is making it of concrete, which is a very sturdy and stable material to keep your umbrella in place.
Need an additional side table? Make this cool umbrella stand with a tiny side table made of wooden boards – you can repurpose some wood you already have or buy some wood and stain it the way you like and then shape a tiny table. Use the tutorial to make a comfortable and stylish side table for your umbrella base.