You’re outdoor living space does not only serve as an extension of your home, but an exceptional portion of your home investment. We believe that Summer’s end should not mark the final days of enjoying your outdoor living space. By incorporating just a handful of design elements, you’ll open the potential of your living space – and experience and return on your investment – all year round.
While practical, fire features also have the tendency to draw guests in. Whether it’s a backyard pizza one, s’mores over the fire pit or snuggling by the outdoor fireplace, permanent or portable, adding warmth will make for a more comfortable & enjoyable space through the cooler months.
Add More Lighting
With the end of daylight savings and gloomier days, illuminating your outdoor space will make the days just a bit longer. Lighting fixtures come in many form like path markers, spotlights, candles and patio string lights, great for every style.
If you want to enjoy your patio or outdoor space beyond summer, make sure your garden furniture is weather-resistant, consider materials including: powder-coated steel, teak, and polyresin wicker.
PRO TIP: A little care goes a long way, bring in cushions and pillows when it rains or snows to make them last.
By incorporating warm dishes, and outdoor kitchen can last beyond Summer BBQ’s into fall and winter.
Add a Hot Tub
Hot tubs make you feel nice, warm, and relaxed all year round, but they’re especially inviting as temperatures drop.
Up the Fun Factor
To get more use out of your outdoor room during the fall, winter and early spring plan to use your space. Invite friends or family over to watch a film, play a game, or enjoy a meal outdoors.
Make Things Cozy
Though practical heat and lighting certainly makes the outdoors more functional through the cold months, its equally important to fill the space with coziness and warmth. Transform your outdoors into an extension of your living room by adding the comforts you enjoy indoors: pillows, throws, and blankets.
Add interest to your outdoor living space through the addition of seasonal flowers, herbs, and vegetables in containers.
Decorate for the Seasons
Make the transition between inside and outside seamless by carrying your seasonal decor outdoors. Whether by color, lighting or choice of beverage, being festive indoors and out will inspire you to spend more time there.
Pergolas & Enclosures
Enclosures and outdoor curtains not only define an outdoor living space, but allow for added lighting and protect you from the elements as temperatures fall.