Creating an outside living space

The summer is finally here and we all want to live outside for a couple of short months. It is very easy to create a living space in your garden or on your balcony with just a few arrangements.
You have two different ways of doing it, either you chose to create in a continuity of the inside or you chose to do something radically different on the outside. Whatever your choice is there are some basic rules to keep in mind when you start decorating your summer room.
I think it’s important to respect the environment, always try to integrate the nature as much as possible. Nature is there to be used if needed, hang a chandelier from a tree or put up a hanging chair, just keep in mind the harmony of it all. Make it cosy and comfortable, whatever style you’re going for it’s important to create a place where people feel good and where they want to hang around during the long summer nights.
Don’t hesitate to put out rugs, cushions, candles, torches and especially flowers and plants to create an atmosphere, it’s the small things that make the difference in the end. Don’t forget plaids for the cooler summer nights, especially if you want to invite people over. Another very important issue when looking for furniture for the outside is the climate, always remember to chose items that can take the wind, the rain and the sun.
For garden parties I would like to recommend you the new nomad kitchens, which give you great opportunities to cook outside among your friends.

With this, I wish you all many magical and memorable moments out in your outside living rooms. Let your creativity flow and remember inspiration is everywhere !

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