It's almost time to celebrate America's birthday, and that means getting your outdoor space party-ready. If your outdoor oasis is lacking sunshine in more ways than one, an outdoor refresher is just the thing you need to get you well on your way to barbecues and bonfires.
Think of the Fourth of July as your opportunity to officially transform your space for the summer season. You can easily make your home the go-to spot for summer entertaining for years to come if you follow these simple tips for seasonal longevity.
Choose the right fabrics
This weekend – and all season long – the right outdoor fabrics will keep you worrying less about little spills and more about who’s ready for a refill.
Today’s selection of high-quality, weather resistant fabrics and furniture are not only incredibly resilient (think: antimicrobial, quick-drying, UV resistant and more), but they follow the most current trends in pattern and color for the home. You can create fun patterned umbrellas or accent pillows that can easily be switched out for a quick décor change.
Select the right furniture
Thinking about furniture that will wear well in the outdoors is an excellent thing to consider as well (think: sturdy steel, wicker/rattan, wrought iron and wood for example). Investing in durable outdoor furnishings from the start is a great way to ensure that your pieces stay livable for a long time.
If you’re unsure about choosing the right fabrics and furniture for outdoor use, ask one of the experts on the Davin Interiors team for advice – we are happy to help!
Create multiple seating areas
Give your party guests plenty of options for hanging out – whether it’s a cozy nook with a chaise, a group of inviting chairs around a fire pit or a plush sectional for lounging. After all, what’s outdoor entertaining without a great group of family and friends?
Use multi-functional pieces
Garden stools can act as drinks tables or extra seating. Storage benches can stow away blankets for a late-night bonfire or firework show, while also upping the seating count. Think about maximizing space and optimizing pieces.