Decorating & Accessorizing Your Outdoor Space.
Outdoor accessory options have expanded immensely in the last few years. Here’s some items we believe are excellent additions to beautify your outdoor space & that won’t break the bank… or your back.
Let’s start from the bottom, Outdoor Rugs – Many outdoor rugs are now made with natural fibers like hemp and seagrass which are very resilient and sustainable for our climate. But if you are looking for something more bright and vivid, synthetic rugs come in every color and pattern you can imagine. These rugs are easily cleaned by hosing them down and they dry within minutes.
Drums and Poufs – We know you’ve seen them! Poufs are taking the industry by storm right now, but for good reason. They are not only just stylish, they’re functional as well. Coming in all sizes, colors, materials, and textures they make a great seat for extra guests, and with a small tray can be used as another side table. Ceramic drums although more of a transitional item which should be stored inside in the winter months, are another great addition for the same purposes. Poufs are a great way to bring the comforts of inside, outdoors.
Wall Art – Yes, all weather art is a thing and your wall will be one of the easiest places to find an accessory that completes your theme! Outdoor canvases will keep their colors and stay vibrant, powder coated metals won’t peel or rust, and protected ceramics will keep their shine year-round. Create a visual interest in your area without taking up anymore floor space. Contemporary metal designs, unique paintings, and the more traditional look of hanging planters, colorful butterflies, and outdoor clocks, the possibilities are endless… and spectacular.
Lighting – Let the light shine, even at nighttime on your deck or patio. Save on energy and headache free instalment with solar powered hanging lights, lanterns, and torches. Unique sources of outdoor lighting are an excellent way to set your space apart from the rest. Umbrellas now also come with the option of LED lighting built in or purchasing lighting that can be attached after market. Help set the mood for both quiet relaxations alone, and those slightly louder gatherings of friends and family.
Fire Features – If you are looking to bring some fire and ambiance to your space but don’t have the room for a fire table then a tabletop fire features might just be what you are looking for. Powered by propane, gel, or fuel they are the glow you need on your dining, end tables, or coffee tables. These features do not give off any smells or sparks which means, like fire tables they are safe to use year-round even when there might be a fire ban. Although these features do not provide a lot of heat, the ambiance they create is entirely breathtaking! Always remember to never add more fuel or gel to a feature still lit or hot.