Pansy Dorsey Outdoor June 22nd, 2018 - 03:31:13
There is a difference in decorating your outdoor space compared to your indoor or interior living space.
If you have a deck or patio, there would be a great assortment of outdoor deck lights to enhance this area. Even the grill could use the outdoor bar-b-que light. One which would clip on to any work station of the grill or you might want one of the outdoor floor lamps. The patio furniture could make use of the umbrella's with the outdoor string lighting or the outdoor lighting designed to fit any umbrella's post. The use of outdoor garden lighting, outdoor post lights could be used to bring the sense of warmth and security to your property.
One of my favorite outdoor decor pieces is bamboo water spouts. A beutifuly designed Japanese bamboo water fountain like a Shishi Odoshi (Deer Scarer) bamboo fountain creates zen-like back yard. A perfect compliment to a Shishi Odoshi fountain is a tea stand and fragrant Asian herbs.
Shopping for outdoor furnishings goes beyond what looks good, it has a lot to do with how well the product will wear season after season. Quality in the products, you shop for; will give you a sense of what products will hold up well to the elements.
Using chrome outdoor lighting means that you can find fixtures which complement the existing style of your outdoor area. With a modern appeal, these fixtures offer a contemporary lighting system that can work well in conjunction with any existing outdoor furniture or as an extension of your indoor lighting and hard surface material. With chrome lighting fixtures you have limitless possibilities for an inventive look that can be a part of outdoor period furniture or antique outdoor furniture. It is important to verify that the chrome fixtures do not appear out of place in conjunction with the rest of your furnishings.
The first step in your outdoor decorating project is to take a photo of the front of your house. This gives you the opportunity to look at your front yard objectively. Take the picture from the curb. Does your door stand out or blend in? Your front door is your focal point, so it should stand out. It directs your visitors and tells them where to enter your home. You can accent your front door by color and/or pottery flanking each side.