Admittedly, the #Irishweather
is not helping the cause here, but we're coming into peak #Irishspring
normally, it's a #bankholiday,
so what better way to spend a lazy weekend than to dream up your indoor-outdoor room.
Bring the inside outside by creating an #outdoorroom
on your #terrace
in your #patio, #deck
or your #garden
to enjoy the longer spring days, and hopefully a good #irishsummer
(come on now, Ireland!). These are a few of our warm-climate inspired indoor- #outdoorfurniture
to create your own little haven at home.
They will help with that rustic, back-to-Nature atmosphere.
galore. Mix a fanciful assortment of oversized to #microplants,
and just enjoy the #jungalow
3. Seating and lounging #furniture.
Goes without saying that if you want to spend most of the good days outside, you'll want to have some comfy (and pretty!) outdoor furniture. A lot of the #gardenfurniture
can feel a little industrial and can look awful. Go for finer pieces that don't scream garden centre. Like a #hangingchair. #justsaying
4. Lots of textiles to decorate and cover with. #Cushions
and throws at the ready come 6 o'clock in the evening. You'll need them.
6. Outdoor lighting like #lanterns, #hurricanes
and solar lamps. Invest in a nice decorative #firebowl,
too. And a pretty #bucketbarbecue,
at least (they make wonderful outdoor heaters). You won't regret it.
No, really! Turn on your outdoor lights, scatter some #tealights
and candles, or wrap some #stringlights
on your mirrors, and you'll have a magical corner.
6. String lights and bunting if you are really into spending the whole day outside. Here comes the teaparty / #gardenparty
season, so be ready!
Now fingers crossed this the last hail storm we see this year.
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