It doesn’t really matter if you have a porch, patio, or pool outside. You can always change your outdoor decor and turn it into a beautiful luxurious space to enjoy a warm summer breeze and a drink with your loved ones! Today Home Decor Ideas brings you 15 tips for your decor inspiration!
You can use French cafe chairs and a stone table to create a rustic but contemporary design and a nice atmosphere for a brunch outside.
Designer Matt O’Dorisio chose a Relais sofa by Janus et Cie to face an outdoor fireplace, which helps warm a mountain lodge’s dining patio on cool days and evenings.
A simple stone or wooden sofa combined with nice rustic wicker armchairs make the perfect outdoor furniture combo when your purpose is to create a light and elegante atmosphere. Designer Andrew Howard sourced the wicker armchairs and teak table from Kingsley-Bate.
This cozy loggia designed by Matthew Quinn is anchored by durable faux-wicker seating, upholstered in Sailcloth Salt by Sunbrella. Ballard Designs’ Bornova cocktail and side tables, carved from mango wood, add an exotic touch.
Matt O’Dorisio created this elevated exterior design for a Lake Tahoe vacation home. The seating area combines contemporary teak with more traditional wicker.
An old tree might provide plenty of shade, so you can use some colorful outdoor decoration to light up the atmosphere matching shades of green and brown and natural materials like wood so your outdoor area would perfectly merge into the nature.
With a low-key palette inspired by the backyard orange grove, this California vacation home embodies Ojai’s no-hurries, no-worries vibe. A relaxed seating area with a fire bowl allows the family to linger outdoors on cool evenings.
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With a restaurant-worthy outdoor kitchen, the roof of a Brooklyn brownstone by designer Laurie Blumenfeld-Russo became a multi-season entertaining oasis. Flowering clematis vines scale the pergola, softening the industrial feeling of the support beams. If you have an kitchen in your backyard, then you must have the best outdoor design to complete what it may be the perfect dining area of your house!
Designer Jill Sharp Weeks brought in new vegetation, furniture, and string lights to help a Charleston garden feel like an extension of the home’s first floor.
Climbing vines and exposed beams create an enchanting setting for an outdoor space. Use neutral sofas and colourful accessories like these red cushions to make a beautiful contrast and create the modern decor of your dreams.
In the interior courtyard, fig ivy softens a brick wall and a mature palmetto tree adds a sense of permanence on this backyard decor.
Designer Tobi Tobin completely revamped the backyard of her modern Hollywood Hills cottage. She used brick from an old patio for the new fireplace and created a terrace from sand mixed with granite.
In the outdoor living room of this Malibu ranch by designers Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe, a vintage sofa and coffee table mix with Janus et Cie chairs.
At designer Thom Filicia’s yard at his rustic but sophisticated upstate New York lake house there is the most beautiful outdoor space with a fire pit and a dock and a marvellous breathtaking view.
A colourful set of cushions with dark furniture make the perfect contrast for a relaxed and sophisticated place where you will want to spend your time for sure.
Source: House Beautiful