Kristi Reeves Outdoor September 02nd, 2018 - 19:08:28
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.
Whether you have an outdoor living space that is small in size or a large area it is an opportunity to become a place of refuge, relaxation and enjoyment.
If you've got a fun, bright personality let it shine through with the decor you pick for your garden, deck or yard. Pass up the neutrals and go for bold shades of orange, yellow or red. Select hanging accent pieces and other novelty decor to add bright colors and bold patterns. Complement these with flowering plants or large potted trees.
You can even find great outdoor furniture to complement your outdoor areas. Sets of umbrella and tables with matching chairs look great on a deck. You can get the shade and enjoy cool lemonade while reading outside.
Keep in mind quality has a price, but you will receive longer wear and enjoyment by spending a little more.
A sparsely furnished deck or patio doesn't feel very welcoming for you or your guests. The addition of a brightly-colored doormat, hanging metal garden accents or statues can bring warmth to the atmosphere through the colors and textures displayed. Choose outdoor decor accent pieces that complement your garden area or the decor inside your home to create a warm look that flows.
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