Discover the latest Outdoor 2020 trends
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What could be better than coffee on your terrace in the morning? Or relaxing in your garden in the late afternoon after a long day’s work? To make the most of these areas, it is important to know how to arrange your outdoor space. Try these novel, design-led ideas to create an outdoor space in tune with this year’s trends.
Want to create a modern, contemporary outdoor space without starting from scratch?
Simply invest in some new throw cushions to pep up your garden or terrace. Add an original touch to your outdoor space with cushions in bold, colorful prints, or opt for quality materials such as linen or velvet to create an elegant, sophisticated ambiance.
Select the best cushion covers for your sofas, armchairs, or chairs, and breathe new life into your outdoor furnishings with this must-have accessory that is bang on trend.
Colors are really important when it comes to creating on-trend outdoor spaces. They can also have a big impact on your mood and productivity. Several colors are topping the style charts this year. The refreshingly gentle tones of yellow have made it one of this year’s must-have hues for trend-led outdoor spaces.
If you want a color that never goes out of fashion, blue is the perfect shade. Always fresh and calming, what could be better on those balmy summer days?
Inspired by the earth and matter, terracotta tones have shot up the 2020 style league. Its orangey hues are warming and lend a soothing natural feel to any space.
Wood has made a design comeback in 2020 as outdoor furniture and objects get the “total wood look”. Modern and authentic, this warming material makes for cozy outdoor areas and adds a beautifully green, natural touch to surrounding spaces.
Although this noble, timeless material has been a favorite of architects, designers, and homeowners for years, its charms make it a must-have for trend-led design schemes.
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