4 Outdoor Living Trends To Get You Ready For Spring

4 Outdoor Living Trends To Get You Ready For Spring

Comfortable furniture that’s good enough to take indoors

Garden furniture didn’t use to be quite as appealing as it is now. People use to think of plastic or metal sets that were a ‘nice-to-have’ but not particularly warm and welcoming when it came to using them. Outdoor living furniture has now changed, and thanks to a range of fabrics available, it is now possible to lounge outdoors in comfort and in style, the same way as you would in your own living room.

Colourful fabrics

When we say colourful fabrics, we don’t necessarily mean bright, bold colours to overtake your garden with. Instead, become more focused on dressing your garden with a colour scheme. Thanks to new and improved garden furniture, you can now pick from a range of colour fabrics - so whether you want modern slate greys, muted tones or patterned fabric - you can now dress your garden with a set style and tone in mind.

Asymmetry

If you’re going through (or have gone through) a landscaping project in your garden, you will know about symmetry, balance and structure. As it now turns out, asymmetry is going to be a big trend in gardens for 2018. Gardens will feel less compartmentalised and structured, and instead feel more relaxed and fluid. As such, it’s the perfect opportunity to opt for an outdoor dining set that is less traditional.

Sophisticated lighting

Lighting is not only important in the home, but also outside the home too! Adding sophisticated solar lights can work well to incorporate a theme into a garden, and provide accents to that theme. Perhaps you’re thinking Moroccan-inspired or country farmhouse? Whatever look you are hoping to achieve, lighting can help you by becoming the perfect finishing touch.

12th March 2018

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