If you’re a fan of long Summer nights you will love these ideas on how to create the perfect fall outdoor area.
Summer might be close to the end but that doesn’t mean nights spent outdoors need to be. To make it easier for you celebrate the beginning of a new season with the perfect spot for entertaining. After all, what’s the best way to celebrate if not with our loved ones?
Creating the perfect outdoor fall space might be the tricky part but a combination of the right (and cozy) fabrics and outdoor furniture and you might just be able to spend some time watching the leaves turn brown.
See some tips below and get your outdoor spaces ready for fall!
Cozy up by the fire in the crispiest nights of fall! An outdoor fireplace is one of the best additions to any home. Make it extra cozy by incorporating some blankets, pillows and comfy seating. We can guess it will easily become your favorite spot.
Pile up on Cozy Elements
Which brings us to the next tip. Make sure the outdoor area you chose for all your fall gatherings, even if it’s with your tea only, it’s fully stocked with the coziest cushions and throw blankets. You can play with patterns and colors to make it extra trendy.
Lighting is the Key
While an outdoor fireplace seems very pleasant not all of us have one at home, so in case you don’ have one to be your main source of light, make sure you choose the right lights. Fairy lights or a stunning chandelier seem like the best options.
For the Small Balconies
The smallest spaces don’t need to be overlooked. While you can’t throw a big fall gathering in a small area but you can definitely gather with your some of your favorite people and spend some time outdoors.
In the beginning of Fall, afternoons are still pretty warm so make sure you have an outdoor dining area for the last meals outside until the next spring. The ideal is a covered area as it will shelter you from any falling leaves.
The way we decorate our porches says a lot about each individual style. Besides, a well-decorated porch can do a lot for a home so make sure you pay a little attention to this area. If it’s decent sized you can even spend some time there.
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