When the good weather arrives, setting your nose outside is a must! It’s time to take out the garden furniture in order to arrange the exteriors.
Why choose In and Outdoor garden furniture?
Today, it is not necessary to go very far to go green. By furnishing your garden or veranda with taste, you will make it a room in its own right for all your favorite activities: reading, moments of rest, or entertaining your friends. Thus, you enjoy the fresh air while staying at home, with your habits. By using the right furniture, you can naturally create a wellness area, whether or not the garden has a swimming pool, or whether you have a veranda. Garden furniture manufacturers have an endless imagination; today, you can choose between several categories of furniture, materials, colors and layout. The advantage: you can use this furniture as much for your garden furnitureoutdoors than during the winter, indoors. By their design and resistance to the vagaries of the weather, they have a perfect longevity.
Which materials to choose for the furniture of an indoor and outdoor garden furniture?
You are simply spoiled for choice. First, select materials that have perfect resistance to temperature changes and rain. You can choose glass, teak or even synthetic fibers. All these materials are easy to maintain and combine many advantages: both resistant, they display a functional and even cozy style. As for the fabrics, they should ideally be easy to care for, resistant to tearing and able to withstand antifungal treatment.
What colors for the In and Outdoor garden furniture?
To create a space for relaxation, it is advisable to choose colors that recall nature or a Zen atmosphere. We will therefore favor white, gray, beige, or even anthracite. They bring a very harmonious contemporary touch. Wooden furniture can be painted in pastel shades. To make the most of it, don’t forget to install lights (indirect light to limit the influx of insects)
Suggestion of In and Outdoor furniture:
– A braided wicker rug reminiscent of the seaside – Poufs with matching cushions – A wrought iron table and chair set – A checkerboard-style side table – A weathered wooden sofa – A rattan lounge – A hammock – A light garland – Light spots