Enhance Your Yard With The Right Garden Furniture & Accessories

With the dark gloom of winter slowly fading, homeowners around Australia have begun visualizing those longer and warmer nights out in the garden. Nothing beats a cheeky red while soaking up the remaining rays of the day amongst Mother Nature. Here a few tips on how to enhance your outdoor space with the right garden furniture.

Proportion

Nothing worse than a large table in a cramped space, limiting your mobility and adding to your frustration. Your garden is for relaxing, so try to avoid clutter and pick something suitable for your space. A simple table and chair bistro set can provide the ultimate place to sip on that cocktail after work or enjoy your breakfast outdoors over the weekend. If you have a larger space, then consider dining settings or sofas. Contemporary garden furniture has evolved to suit yards of all shapes and sizes so be sure to do a little research before you commit to anything.

Materials

When choosing what materials your garden furniture will be, consider the style and feel of your home. A common and emerging trend is extending the indoors to the outside, as your outdoor area should capture the homely feel of your interior home design. Wicker and rattan are universal materials that will suit a range of outdoor areas and are therefore growing in popularity. Combine this with evolutionary technology, wicker and rattan sets last a whole lot longer than they used to, meaning you can enjoy your garden furniture for many years to come.

Accessories

A simple yet effective way to enhance your garden area is to accessorise. By adding a few eye capturing pots, a simple wall feature and some artwork, can dramatically change the feel and will help further blur the lines between your indoor and outdoor space. With regards to furniture, adding colourful weather-resistant cushions can bring your existing furniture to life – meaning you can enhance your space without spending a fortune. Accessorising is a fun, easy and affordable way to enhance your garden for the summer ahead.

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