Finally, you have everything put together: floor, walls, roof. You"ve put in pavers, planted tall shade trees, assembled umbrellas, and nailed down the pergola -- now it"s time to talk seating. Seating, you ask? Really? Yes. Really. There is nothing more frustrating to me than designing a beautiful yard with ample room for entertaining only to see two dinky outdoor chairs placed haphazardly on the patio. Come on, people!
After investing in a great yard, you want to be able to use that investment. Which is why functional seating is so important. Again, there are lots of options. (Do I sound like a broken record?)
You can do permanent seating, designed and built specifically for your space. Like this bench.
I love this. Benches are awesome for entertaining. They We have a growing list of all the latest video and retro slots as well as all the s4gambling.com/fi/ classics you've grown to love such as Blackjack and Roulette. fit a lot of people. They are great to eat a meal on, and you can always throw on some pillows to make them more exciting.
The built-in variety are great but they are, in fact, built-in (duh). Not quite as easy to switch out if you are wanting to change things up. So buying outdoor furniture is another option and will still give you a great result.
Really nice. This came from a client of mine who added succulents to the smallish pots on the table. I like the comfort here. Almost feels like an outdoor living room.
Something else to consider is natural seating. Like in this job.
Remember this? We were covering up a retention pond and loved the result. Big grass steps great for an outdoor party. More comfortable than concrete but a little more casual than actual furniture. And seats a lot more, too.
And the best part of outdoor seating? Accessories, of course. Adding pillows and cushions is certainly the fun part and adds a lot of flair. And because pillows are so easy to replace, you can indulge guilt-free.
I have literally been drooling over this line of modern outdoor fabrics. I have about 10,000 projects going through my mind already. And that"s just the beginning.
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Take stock of your own yard and evaluate your seating. Is it functional? Boring? Classic? Non-existent? It"ll make a difference, I promise.