Patio / June 17, 2018 / .
This is the perfect place for playtime, if we do say so ourselves. This porch is so inviting and functional for families, especially those with small children, as you can see from the toys and playtime remnants left on the floor. An extra deep porch swing makes lazy afternoons on this porch a must. The small pops of subdued color provide the porch a laid back, beach like atmosphere. There are few things kids love more than a porch swing, and this one will grow with the family. With a durable, mattress like topper, this makes a great place for afternoon naps and nights spent pseudo camping on the porch.
On this porch, or piazza, classic white wicker furniture is dressed with zesty, bold pillows in a fun pattern. Together, the classic white wicker and the modern India-inspired motif are marked by striking color, natural textures and materials, and classic Southern design with a modern, upbeat edge. The elegant white, barrel-style garden stools are multi-purpose. In this porch vignette, they are positioned in front of the sofa, creating extra seating or a perfect place to rest a book, lamp, or drink. The plants on this porch are subtle, with a red flowering planter that complements the hues included in the sofa pillows and a classic fern in an earthy golden pot.
In designing country-style terrace, one oriented nature. Furniture Row rural aspect should be more simple and functional. Signs of wear and patina giving them a special charm and are highly desirable. The Living Textiles checkered pattern with floral elements are combined. Tablecloths to flowers and garden lanterns recall the carefree life of the country.
With the arrival of spring, and warmer temperatures, comes the urge to spend every minute in outdoor rooms. These outdoor living spaces offer a perfect place to lounge next to the pool , dine alfresco, or take in the surrounding landscape. Whether terrace, loggia, or quaint nook, these outdoor living rooms are as stylish as the amazing homes they accompany, from a chic summer retreat in the Hamptons to a waterfront vacation house in Nova Scotia.