Patios, porches, decks, terraces and verandas are lovely things. Too often we just toss out a few chairs, and perhaps a table and call it a day. These beautiful spaces are often neglected and not utilized to their fullest potential. When the weather starts to get warmer, we absolutely should take advantage and turn this outdoor space into an additional, usable living space. I will walk you through not only on how to maximize the use of your space, but also how you can make it a spectacular one.
Warm weather often brings with it humidity, so you must carefully choose what will be placed outside. Certain wickers, resins and metals can withstand rain and dampness. There are weatherproof fabrics that will not mildew or fade. When placing furniture outdoors, you must be certain that it has been treated and can tolerate the elements. With all that is available on the marketplace now, there is no reason to sacrifice comfort or style.
Or, if you plan on having a larger group of people you can utilize both spaces at once. The eating area should be closer to the door so that when you are bringing trays of food in and out you will be less inconvenienced. A gardening bench makes for a great prep area - consider placing near both the grill as well as the dining area - as well as a convenient place to place food and can be used for a buffet meal. A tea cart on wheels that can be rolled in and out of the house can serve as additional storage or service space.
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