Patio / May 8, 2018 / .
When temperatures rise, we like to spend days and nights on the terrace. The color palette of the terrace of the house reflects the colors of nature, ranging from brown earth on moss green, yellow and cherry red sand. The outer sides of the house can be decorated with plaster panels in clay or wood. As flooring, natural stone or rustic flooring an ideal complement. The rural areas makes the stay on the terrace for a special romantic experience.
Durable accessories and furnishings give this porch a cozy living room feel. Patterned pillows and a faux zebra, skin rug are paired with natural colors and textures for a striking effect. This porchs impactful accent color is a zesty yellow green hue. It melds gorgeously with the brick walls, lending an unexpected, but so aesthetically pleasing, blend of colors on the walls and ceiling. The furniture adds a sophisticated cream cushion base, and the dark piping on the sofa cushions elevate the neutral base with elegance. A subtle pattern and color mix in the array of sofa cushions add a playful infusion to the spaces bold use of color and elegant decor choices.
The stone fireplace creates a focal point, adds a heat source, and visually links the porch with the rock columns inside. The fireplace is practical and stunning. Flanked by container-columns which hold chopped wood, it is a year-round focal point for the room, and in winter it becomes a practical feature, ensuring that no one will need to go outside to chop wood in the col weather. The light-wood furniture is arranged in a U formation to create an optimal seating arrangement for the space. The cushions are covered in a lovely, soothing, ocean-toned fabric, which complements the light wood of the furniture and the earthy, light sandstone hues of the fireplace.
We like to make the most of every space. This pretty patio is adjacent to a small storage outbuilding that can easily be transformed into a bar or buffet for patio parties. With the addition of one simple shelf, the area takes on a brand new lease on entertaining and outdoor life. During the day, it is a rest for garden gloves and pretty plants, at night, it can be a bar, a garnish station, or a place for bottles and glasses. There is no end to the potential of a shelf, especially a substantial one strategically placed and seamlessly integrated on the outer wall of a shed as cute as this one.