While an indoor living offers a sense of privacy and safety from the weather and other external factors, outdoor living has its own charms as well. The phrase basically says, “It is time to get that dose of sunshine light on top of your head while pouring glasses of sparkling soda for your family or guests.” On top of that, providing an additional space of living allows you to enhance the house area and get more creative in arranging each space to its own function.
You can start the project of creating a peaceful outdoor sanctuary with these ideas and inspirations.
This style lets you enjoy morning brew feeling like you are sitting in a 1950s coffee shop with Chuck Berry’s song playing over the radio. To achieve the mid-century modern outdoor living, try to invest in a low-height lounge chair with brick-colored upholstery on the cushion. Some of these chairs come with a solid wood finish to assure its strength without abandoning style factor. Finish the look with a simple coffee table with contemporary adjoining legs for an easy assemble.
Anyone who loves cooking outdoor and a rural area exploration will definitely love this. Start by arranging the outdoor kitchen appliances, preferably stainless steel ones to better cleaning and resisting weather impacts. Then, organize several dark-colored tall stools with a low-backed structure around the edge of the kitchen island. What, you do not have a kitchen island yet? Try to invest in one with a strong steel base and made of a vintage marble plank to ensure its countryside outdoor living style.
Is the introvert side of yours screaming when you mention outdoor spaces? Do not worry, you can still do this project without feeling insecure about having less privacy! Hang your flat-screened TV on the wall, arrange a set of super comfortable couches to make sure you fall asleep while watching the TV and put a fire pit nearby to keep you warm. Then, drape curtains in your favorite color around the patio edge so that you can close them up when evening (or rain) arrives. Simple, private, enclosed outdoor living: all check.
Hopefully, these ideas spark lots of inspiration in your head on how to update your current outdoor living spaces. Put this in mind: there is no exact science on how creativity and self-preference work. Just feel free to convey your idea!