Home & House Interior Designs — May 31, 2011 at 6:54 pm

Use garden furniture in design


Not everyone has the luxury of a large garden or an outdoor space in which to picnic, eat and enjoy the fresh air.  In western countries, even if people do, they have hardly any time in the year to enjoy the outdoors luxuriously. However, when they do, they usually like to do it in style. You can too.

More and more people are paying attention to garden space and outdoor landscaping. It is a very lucrative field creatively, and can transform a house from boring to gorgeous. Gardens can be made beautiful with not just plants, trees and bushes, but also with pots, statues, benches, tables and rocks. People add ponds with fish and fountains if they want something over the top. Rocks are placed to create pretty pathways. Grass is mowed and maintained studiously so that they don’t look unkempt. A lot of money is invested into maintenance of lawns.

If your lawn is spacious or you’ve got a contemporary patio, look into a garden table. There are a number of garden tables in different shapes and sizes and colors for you to choose from. Outdoor dining tables facilitate barbeques, outdoor parties and many family occasions.

Outdoor dining tables are usually made of plastic, wrought iron or wood. Wood is not a great idea, because damp grass can easily destroy the material. Metal and iron can be bad as well, because they will rust after some time. Plastic seems to work best, even though it is not as environment friendly. Glass may work sometimes, if there are not too many children around.

Outdoor dining tables should be stable and sleek. You can place them not only in the lawns but also on terrace gardens. They are romantic and pretty, and can really liven up a blank space.

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