Throughout cozy winters or warm summers, we incline to spend a lot more time outside, so it’s time to design or re-design your veranda to make a cozy atmosphere that will urge you to spend more time in the great outdoors.
Try to make the most of your space minus spending a lot of money or time by using plants and decorations for your outdoor space. From re-arranging furnishings to growing your small space with the use of a mirror to even adding an outdoor area rug, these practical tips should help to spark your creative juices. So if you’re seeking inspiration to spruce up your small patio or balcony space, we have some fabulous design tips to help you get started.
Fresh, vibrant plants can transform the look and feel of your patio, so any investment you make here is well worth your while. Having flowers is perhaps more of a compulsion than an option to stick with when it comes to your verandah space designing. If you have empty pots to fill, make a trip to the garden center and choose new plants. Be sure to select healthy plants that are suited to the light levels of your patio.
You can always create a space for seating by purchasing cane furniture that is durable and long lasting in natural wood or black color. Fresh throw pillows can freshen up the look of a space in an instant. Outdoor fabrics are best, because they are designed to resist sun bleaching and mildew.
Do remember to be wise by experimenting with subtlety. In case of being innovative, you can remove your old chipped flooring by having artificial grass or stones and white chips placed all over. You can also create a contrast by having a vintage or modern wooden shed with minimal lighting at the center or corner of your verandah to add an exclusive factor. In case you tend to be more experimental, you can add an aquarium concept and have company while you’re enjoying the dawn or dusk alone.
Style your verandah up with these basic, unique, budgeted and creative ideas and have yourself always to be close to nature and beauty.
About the Author:
Sagar Datta heads and operates an interior design consultancy firm, Casa interio.