Patio / June 25, 2018 / .
At only 130 square feet, porch is too small for a dining table or sofa, but it is the idea place for conversation and a cocktail. The solution: a stunning coffee table made from four slices of a maple tree, a set of four casual leather-wrapped rattan chairs, and a bright cobalt rug to cover an unattractive brick floor. Two fiddle-leaf figs frame the space, which are ideal plants for a small space with great light. Two small, simple potted plants are set atop the cross-sections of maple, as well as a few favorite books. Not pictured: a simple stocked bar with all the fixings for a classic Old Fashioned.
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.
With surroundings as elegant as these—oaks dripping with moss and stately columns—less is more in terms of porch styling. A zinc-topped cypress tree-trunk table blends seamlessly into the landscape, as do the weathered urns and pots the designer. Topped with an arrangement of gorgeous, vibrant hydrangeas; the flowers provide one pop of color, and one is all this porch needs. The rest—white and beige and green—create the most sophisticated Southern scene. For evening lounging, the chandelier is lowered on a rustic rope; when its candles are lit, the magical scenario is complete.
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.