Flickering flames, dancing shadows and the warm atmosphere created by fire pits make them a must have in most outdoor living spaces.
Have you ever been shopping for furniture and find a piece that is the exact style and size you were hoping to find, only to discover it doesn’t come in any colors that coordinate with your décor? Or, maybe you found the ideal style in a color you like. But delivery will take two months and you’re planning a family gathering in three weeks. Furniture shopping can be a frustrating experience.
Outdoor living spaces have become as integral to home design as a family room or kitchen. The same care and diligence that go into purchasing furniture for the inside of your home should extend to your outdoor furniture selection as well. Because outdoor furniture is exposed to sun, rain and wind, it is even more important that the furniture be of the highest quality and durability to last for years to come.
So before you head to your local furniture store to fulfill your vision of a backyard oasis, remember to bring your outdoor furniture shopping checklist.
If the short, gray days of winter are giving you cabin fever, lift your mood by planning your Springtime outdoor living activities. Escape a dreary afternoon by daydreaming of a lively backyard with new outdoor furniture and accoutrements that all your friends and family will admire!
The patio is not just a place to grill, it is an extension of your home. Make your stamp on the patio, just as you did indoors, and proudly claim your unique outdoor space. Your location, personal style, and budget affect how you make your patio your own, but these areas are where your designs will make your biggest statement.
A swimming pool adds value to any home, provides a fun activity for friends and family, and allows homeowners to extend their style to the yard. Ditch the traditional look and feel of a backyard pool by exhibiting your creative side and adding function and appeal to the pool deck.
We offer 4 tips to pick the right bar stool for your outdoor space.
Outdoor furniture belongs to the whim of the Mother Nature. The weather can act out at inconvenient times, especially during the fall and winter with wind, snow, and extreme temperatures. If we do not adequately prepare our patio furniture, anything left outside will feel the magic of Jack Frost. Protecting your patio furniture with these tips will ensure your furniture lasts through the holiday season.
Nothing says winter like a warm log cabin on a snowy day. For a select few, however, a log cabin is a daily dream. This unique architecture requires a rustic style of furniture and décor.
Sunrooms, patios, and California Rooms allow for leisurely living outdoors with the warmth and comfort of the indoors. These spaces increase a house’s livable square footage with less construction costs than a fully furnished room. There are many items to consider when designing an outdoor room.