Three Lovely Ways to Display Your Decorative Garden Flags

Garden flags are a delightful way to add eye-catching color to your outdoor décor.   We’ll show you three lovely ways to display your decorative garden flags, allowing  you to enjoy your flags all season long.

My favorite flag stand is the one-piece Garden Flag Stand by Studio M.  This durable, black powder-coated flag stand has an elegant curve that complements any flag.  It is approx. 36” tall and 18” wide. Slip the arm of the stand thru the opening at the top of your garden flag.  Place the flag stand anywhere in your yard or patio area.  We chose to display Susan Winget’s Geraniums by the Dozen garden flag by BreezeArt.

Garden Flag Stand with Geraniums by The Dozen Flag

If you are looking for a unique way to display your garden flag, choose this Garden Flag Arbor by Studio M.  It is truly a work of art.  The beautifully hand-forged garden flag arbor has graceful, artistic details.  You’ll love the dark, espresso finish and elegant curved details at the top.  The three legs or prongs will hold it firmly in the ground.   Slip your garden flag onto the horizontal flag holder, which will securely hold your flag in place.   The arbor is approx. 14 wide and approx. 39” tall.   Doesn’t our Cottage Birdhouse Garden Flag look terrific using the garden flag arbor?

Studio M Garden Flag Arbor

 

My personal favorite way to display garden flags is by placing a garden flag stand in a potted planter by your front door or on your porch.  The added height makes the decorative flag visible from a distance.

It’s easy to create a theme incorporating the decorative elements of your flag.  Perhaps plant coordinating flowers, add a matching welcome doormat, or display a charming birdhouse placed nearby or other whimsical garden stakes.  The possibilities are endless.  We love this Bandana Sunflower Garden Flag by BreezeArt and matching MatMates Doormat.   Do you have a favorite place to display your garden flags?  We’d love to hear about your ideas.

Display Garden Flags in a Potted Planter