It's the season to aim your home style radar outside and be inspired by everything new and trendy in order to bolster the harmony of your overall decor. Take a peek at these fresh and unique outdoor layouts, and then pick and choose from your favorite looks to adapt them to your own exterior living space.
Here are three new and unique designs: see how you can adapt your decor with these new trends to rejuvenate the outdoor of your home.
Admire this beautiful palette inspired by a vibrant shade of aqua blue. Just add a bright raspberry, melon or lemon yellow to create a vibrant contrast, and combine with a pure white to make the overall look feel light and effortless.
Body-conscious forms are central to progressive outdoor furnishings. Curved loungers and lightweight, woven constructions offer comfort and support. Complete the look with sculpted fibreglass tables. This look is currently very much in vogue at high-end hotels, spas and resorts.
Rounded shapes create a highly original outdoor aesthetic. Semi-circular seating and spherical loungers are comfortable and unique, and are made even more inviting when accented with a few plush cushions. Choose some furniture with subtle colours.
This look works well with an understated palette anchored by pure black and white. Chalky neutrals allude to a classy aesthetic, while teal and sap green energize any setting. A warm, neutral palette is essential for this look.
The gently curved seats and the woven textures create a sophisticated and zen decor. The inviting aesthetic is ensured by to the combination of the pristine shapes, the sleek metal frames and the wood elements.
The large weave elevates minimalist furniture designs to greater heights. Woven leather seats, looped fabric tubes over steel frames, and cage table bases all work well with this look.
A great way to contemporize outdoor furnishings is by using black, ultra minimalist shapes, and matte finishes. Perfect for an urban oasis!
Nature is the muse for this sun-kissed palette of warm vegetal hues that includes spiced orange to lend warm energy, olive green to hint at organic materials, and coral and robin egg blue to create an eclectic contrast. Reclaimed wood, recycled logs, artisanal weaving techniques, natural and dyed rattan vines, and curved steel frames are ways to update furniture and bring them into this look.
Here, a simple patio is transformed into a private bohemian-style oasis. The canopied cloths lend to the free-spirited attitude, while the large ceramic planters and hand-woven area rugs in earth tones complete the look.