By . Patio. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 06:29:12 AM.
Begin by considering how you use your outdoor area. Do you need a large grill or outdoor kitchen space to cover your summer barbecue plans? Do you host lively summer parties, or is the backyard more of a quiet zone for relaxing? Though you may want to prioritize either the dining or lounging aspect of the patio, deck or yard, you should aim to create a space that is ultimately multifunctional.
Still strapped for room? Skip the planters and rely on vertical decor such as wall mounted vases, wreaths and tealight holders. If you have chosen only small scale round furniture for your patio, add variety to the configuration with a selection of spare square pouf seating that can be easily moved out of the way.
Create a comfortable atmosphere. It can be applied in various ways. Some of them add flower pots around the terrace and install flashing lights for lighting. Adding a patio chair cushion in a minimalist home also can create comfort for its users.
To create a clear cutoff between lounging and dining zones, line the back of the sofa up to one side of the dining table, pushing the dining bench beneath or stowing spare chairs in the shed. This arrangement allows the dining space to feel like its own room.
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