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I don’t know how many times I’ve been to a fab outdoor party and had the vibe totally crushed when I had to toss my dirty napkin into a bulky, black plastic trash can. What an eyesore. So UN-chic. There has to be something better! The stylish solution is found in our fourth and final installment of our month-long Frontgate outdoor furniture giveaway spectacular. All of our May garden decor giveaways were chosen to get your deck or patio party-perfect. So send out party invites, hide the gangly garden hose from your guests, light the lanterns and gather around the firepit for a super summer kickoff. Then when the party’s over, cleanup begins. Ahhh, it will be a breeze with this lovely home accessory.

Frontgate Wicker Waste Can

What do you think of this beauty from Frontgate? Summer-perfect wicker? A classic neutral? Large enough for a serious shindig? I’ll take it! Actually, I want you to take it. (I’m generous like that.) Leave us a comment before 12/11c Monday, May 30 to be entered into the sweepstakes.

This week’s question: What summer party are you looking forward to hosting this season and why? Memorial Day potluck? Father’s Day grill-out? Fourth of July block party?

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  1. HouseBarn says:

    I'm hosting a Horse Party, friends coming over to view Natural Horsemanship Videos and snack on great Barn Picnic Food! Potatoe Salad, runny Beans, Hot Dogs and Burgers YAHOO! It makes a mess, and you use lots of napkins too! This would be totally terrific and it fits a western decor theme perfectly! LOVE IT!

  2. AndThenSheSaid says:

    My cousin's 30th birthday party in July. He's not one to have a fuss made over him, but really appreciates wine and a good meal so a patio dinner party it is!

  3. Bekah says:

    I have an incredible team of work mates and I've promised that this year we would get together and just relax with some great food, mellow beverages and conversation that would not involve the company. We're all excited about the prospect of the event sometime in July. We all work for a small bakery in Denver and love the fast pace but we are so due for this evening!

  4. emilie18 says:

    Most people don't take into account the tiny details such as the outdoor trash can–but even the smallest accessory can ruin a great design.

  5. Isabelle says:

    We always host the fourth of July BBQ. We have about 8 families coming with teenagers including, so lots of food is in order! Our tradition is when it's time to go see the fireworks, we go to our local golf course where small (but big enough) hills give us a great view of the fireworks. But the best part is that we combine this with ice blocking. You know…those big blocks of ice form the supermarket? Just sit on it (carefully placing a towel on top) and just go down the hill…lots of fun guarantee.

  6. Dru says:

    Always look forward to our annual 4th of July get-together with family and friends…our kids have grown with this annual celebration :)

  7. Fallblessings says:

    Father's Day Supper Club! The trash can would be an awesome addition!

  8. @kgereg says:

    I'm looking forward to hosting a Fourth of July bash because with the summer in full swing, spirits are high, the food is fun, and the evening always ends with a bang! It's a winning combination.

  9. susanne2802 says:

    We bought a house last fall after years of renting. I'm looking forward to hosting an American cookout for the international students that I teach in June. My university is in the heart of the city. This party will be their first taste of American life in the burbs.

  10. Monica says:

    Super idea for a graduation party coming up!

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