Monday
Jun092014

Outside Matters Too

Decorating doesn't just end inside the house, it carries outside to the whole property. If your house is beautiful, no one will know that by looking at a poorly managed front or back yard. You should want your outdoor spaces to say just as much about you as your house does. 


Simple, but large deck will make a yard feel bigger as well as create a place to eat or relax outside in nice weather.

 

A room outside, gets the best of both worlds; natural lighting, while remaining comfortable in shade.

 

Love to garden? Surround yourself in your favorite plants. Create your own outdoor sanctuary including color, scents, and sounds.

 

Or you can create plant and flower beds. Fruit and vegtable gardens are easy to manage, and save you money by growing your own produce. Its great to get kids involved in helping maintain the gardens and watch things grow!

 

Take your tailgate party from simple to chic and create a luxury outdoor space to have fun, cook, and enjoy the game.

 

Love the ocean? Or just the color blue? Take something you love and incorporate it into your outdoor design. Your yard should be an extension of your home, and not just a place for weeds to grow.

Make your backyard feel like an escape from the caous of everyday life. You can create an oasis at your doorstep.

Your backyard is a piece of your home, and you can do just as much to it as you do in your home. You can create whatever environment you want, don't be afraid to design beyond the threshold.

 

 

 

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