Tis the season to live outdoors. Purchasing a new patio set allows families to enjoy their backyards, decks, and patios more effectively. It gives everyone places to sit and eat in comfort. But what should you look for when investing in new outdoor furniture? We have just received our shipment of patio furniture. World Source furniture is one of the best names in outdoor furniture. They pride themselves on quality construction and attention to detail. They offer various pieces for your outdoor living space including: chairs, gliders, sofas, loveseats, dining tables fire pits, and accent pieces. All of their pieces are made from a rust proof solid cast aluminum with a powder coat finish. This is perfect for outdoor weather and look great for years to come. The solid cast aluminum gives the furniture weight to help keep your furniture stable. All seat cushions are made from a weather resistant fabric. Available fire pits and ice bucket tables allow you to cook and enjoy meals right from your patio. These pieces transform your outdoor space into an entertainment space. We do have limited quantities so be sure to check it out while supplies last. By- Jessica Padden Product Image of Cotton Road Brown Outdoor Table with 2 Chairs
Identify your essentials – Write down what you use every day and focus on those for main pieces and décor – remove the excess. What adds value to your life vs. what is collecting dust? DECLUTTTER and donate! Less is MORE. Streamline your surfaces. Less is MORE. Streamline your surfaces. Storage is crucial to tuck away clutter and stay organized (think storage benches and ottomans!) “Cheap things are seldom good. Good things are seldom cheap” – Invest in QUALITY to stand the test of time. Bring in nature – florals and greenery create a sense of fresh air. Natural light!! EMBRACE WHITE SPACE – no need to fill every inch of the wall with decor Consume less – wants vs. needs come in to play here huge! Minimalism in the home prefers a neutral palette. Stick to neutrals to keep things calm. Texture can be a good way to break up the neutral palette and create a more layered minimal look.