Decorating Outdoor Garden That is Peaceful and Inviting
Fine Sunday morning, bright blue sky, furniture is set, don’t you think it’s the right time to spend a day in your outdoor garden?
Outdoor garden is a second hip hub to spend time with family besides the kitchen. People tend to go extra miles when decorating their interior space but little do they know how to create an inviting mood in their outdoor garden. Decorating an outdoor space to look good, is probably an easy thing, but to make it looks warm and peaceful? That’s another story!
Here are the top 6 tips to decorate your outdoor garden like a pro!
Bright isn’t always the proper shade
With the furniture stores often campaigning about bright, cute upholstery for your outdoor patio, you don’t have to follow the line. In fact, subtle shades create a more inviting atmosphere that’s warm and lovely.
When decorating an outdoor garden, you need to add a focal point to the space – something that draws attention. Running out of spark to your creativity? Why not add this antique detail in your garden? Create small vases from unused kitchen appliances like kettles or mugs; and put in your favorite eye-popping flowers. It’s pretty and not to mention, budget-friendly, too!
In the mood to swing
You heard about the armchair, the rustic bench or the 3-seater sofa. How about adding an unusual porch swing in your garden? Everyone, literally everyone, would love to have a seat!
Let the wooden porch happily swings and greets your guests to a never-ending chat with a cup of tea in hand!
Let there be light
Forget about energy saving lamp because this chandelier light can illuminate your garden dramatically! This enchanting home decor is simply a basket full of candles in jam jars and it works like a charm! During the day, these beautiful crystals reflect sun lights like diamonds and when the sun is set, the candles get their turn!
The family hall of fame
Seeing the walls decorated with family pictures is not a surprise; but taking these frames outside and have them nailed on your wooden fence? You get a nice family hall of fame. If nails and hammer aren’t your thing, then you can just print the pictures you recently took on a family reunion and clip them on a string with paperclips.
Unleash the shelves
For the love of books (and candies), your outdoor garden can be your own cozy headquarter. This furniture is meant to be an indoor décor idea but we all agree that this shabby vintage-inspired shelf needs to be in the spotlight!