Think Outside: A Guide to Outdoor Decor
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- 15 June 2017
We all desire to have a creative living space, not just inside, but outside too. Your home tells a story of who you are and is a collection of what you love. Some choose color, some choose a theme, and some choose a certain style. No matter what you love, you can transcend that appeal to your outdoors just as much as you can to your indoors.
Creating an outdoor spaces comes from not just the wildlife or horticultural appeals, it also comes from the character that it gives to your gardens. Take for instance Gazing Globes. Gazing Globes supply an accent piece to gardens on the ground, in your trees, hanging high, or being placed on a stand. These Globe’s provide a beautiful color scheme and adds a visual appeal to your home.
Another important aspect of outdoor decor is it’s open invitation to your personal relaxation sanctuary. We all aspire to make a home feel warm and welcome, so wouldn’t you want your outdoor space to do the same? (Of course you do!) Consider a color scheme of peaceful purples highlighted with mellow wind chimes or spinners. Feng shui has no limitations with either components because they bring the tranquility that most desire.
Your indoor and outdoor space is where you spend most of your time. You want that time spent there to be your own personal luxury, and for others to do the same. Creating a space does not have to be the typically planting of flowers or spending countless hours weeding or digging. Outdoor decor gives you an option to add a special touch without the mess and gives you the gateway to be creative!