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Metal Outdoor Desert Statues

Desert Statues for Your Yard & Outdoor Spaces

With outdoor statues, you can create a multitude of landscapes in your yard, such as desertscapes full of succulents and other plants in addition to your statues of coyotes, wild horses, mountain lions, cactus and more. There’s so much possible with statues now, in terms of subject matter, style, theme, material and more that you’ll likely find whatever you need to design the yard of your dreams. 

Desert-themed yard statues are a popular way to mimic the natural world in a way that reflects your passions, priorities and personality. You can place your statues anywhere you like, in any configuration, whether you want a single, beautiful statue or many combined. If you choose light material that isn’t permanently fixed in place, you can even move your statues easily to create new visual dynamics whenever you want. 

Classic Desert-Themed Statues

Whether you prefer a simple landscape in your yard or a highly-complex visual art installation, statues are an excellent way to achieve your goal. One option is to create a permanent installation to enjoy alone and with others throughout the years. Another option is to arrange cactus, succulent, and wild animal statues to mimic the drama of the desert for themed parties that friends will talk about for years. 

Bring your love of the desert to life with statues that will spark your imagination. Imagine watching the sun set, as long shadows extend from a single wild horse, a tall cactus, a fierce coyote and more—all in your very own yard. It’s entirely up to you whether to install one piece as a central focus or multiple pieces to create a world all your own. If you choose, you can blend the statues with your current yard landscape—slope, colors, plant density and size—to further enhance the beauty of your collection.

You, and your guests, will love the creative decorating of your yard. Thanks to durable materials available, you can enjoy your yard statues all year long, watching the changing light and seasons dance across them. 

Popular desert-themed yard statues include:

  • Coyotes
  • Cactus
  • Wild Horses
  • Mountain Lions
  • Bobcats
  • Jack Rabbits
  • Red-Tailed Hawks
  • Bighorn Sheep
  • and many more…
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Superior Materials for Your Desert Statues

Fortunately, advances in technology have led to the availability of many reliable and versatile materials for your desert statues. They include metal, resin and concrete among others. With various benefits and other factors to consider, you’ll want to invest time in choosing the best material for your yard design. 

Metal

These statues are known to develop patinas, a look that many people find appealing. They also are versatile enough to be right at home in either a casual or formal yard environment.

Concrete

This material is often more affordable than metal and offers a variety of size and shape options. You can, in many instances, find your statues unfinished or finished. 

Resin

This hard plastic is highly-versatile, great for detail, durable and light. It could be perfect for a statue of a hawk, for instance, or a detailed jack rabbit statue. This would also be a good option if you plan to move your statues with any frequency. 

Take your time to decide which statues you want, which materials, and which sizes. You’ll be enjoying your statues, ideally, for many years to come.

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