Published at Thursday, April 26th, 2018 - 22:41:25 PM. Patio. By .
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Through strategic use of outdoor accessories, you can easily create the illusion of separate rooms without having to truly segment the space. For example, rugs visually divide the deck when placed under one set of furniture. Arrange seating in the lounge area around a patterned rug, creating a closed off semicircle or horseshoe shape for a conversation corner. The rug helps anchor the furniture and ties the space together. Place small rugs under the coffee table, not touching any of the furniture legs. Bigger rugs should be arranged under both the coffee table and at least the two front legs of all chairs and sofas in the area. In this living room layout, floor poufs and ottomans should ideally be touching the rug in some way, too, to keep the space visually undivided.
One foolproof tip for decorating outdoors is to go vertical whenever possible. For example, wall sconces and overhead flush mounts leave no footprint on floors or tabletops, unlike table and floor lamps. Overhead lighting may only work if your patio is covered by an overhang or ceiling extending from the house. String lights, however, can be used with almost any outdoor layout. On either side of the patio, securely install hooks at stable mounting points trees, posts, stakes, the side of the house or even the garage. Zig zag lights across the yard to set the mood for an ethereal after dark oasis.
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