Outdoor living spaces are increasingly popular in the U.S. In a 2021 survey, the International Casual Furnishings Association (ICFA) asked Americans their opinions on their home’s outdoor areas. Nine of every 10 homeowners said their yards were increasingly important.
As a hot tub owner, you've probably encountered debris clogging up your drains, or maybe you're tired of leaves falling on you as you soak. If so, it's time to consider adding a shelter to your hot tub. In fact, leaving your hot tub uncovered is one of the biggest mistakes you can make for its maintenance and longevity.
Most wedding venues have limited dates. You have to book months — if not years — in advance. However, there is one venue that is always available: your backyard. Many people enjoy celebrating backyard weddings because they’re budget-friendly, offer flexibility for setting up and taking down decorations, and are perfect for accommodating small groups of people. Your guests can relax in a casual environment or you can make your outdoor living space look like a more formal venue..
With so many outdoor bar ideas out there, it can be tough to narrow down your ideal backyard entertainment area. Google is a great place to start, and Pinterest is packed with unique bar options, but it’s easy to become overwhelmed when you’re not sure what you’re looking for.
One of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors is in the comfort of your own backyard, where you can choose whether to suntan in privacy or have friends over for a cookout. You can enjoy hot summer days and crisp winter nights just as well by setting up your property for outdoor entertainment in any season. To create an outdoor space that is attractive, comfortable, and versatile, adding a backyard structure could be the perfect solution.
With summer fast approaching, many people are looking to spruce up their backyard space. Pergolas are one of the most elegant ways to enhance your back yard aesthetically. These wood or vinyl structures look amazing and can help provide some shade during the hot summer days. Many people use them to give their outdoor living space an air of old world sophistication and charm.
Vacations are great and we all need them but turning your own home into a staycation can be just as rewarding. Furthermore, it's more affordable and less stressful. The summer is almost here and with all the new regulations regarding COVID 19, it is important to adapt and make the best out of it while staying home.
Creating a staycation atmosphere in your own home to unwind and reset might be a great option this summer! With these staycation ideas, you can make your weekend getaway ideas work and give your home that relaxing resort feel!
Imagine coming home from a busy day and relaxing on your patio under the cool shade of a pavilion. Or throwing a backyard BBQ in your outdoor kitchen under a charming pergola.
Perhaps you’re picturing the perfect poolside retreat to entertain your family and friends, something with a bar and lounge area, maybe a little storage space.
There’s nothing like being able to enjoy your own backyard oasis, any time of year – no matter what form your “perfect oasis” takes.
The pergola has seen a big surge in popularity the past few years as outdoor living continues to be a huge trend in home improvement. Of course, the pergola has been around for a LONG time (with origins possibly dating back to Ancient Egypt!), but it’s also one that’s most often confused with other, similar structures.
People often mix up pergolas with arbors, trellises, and pavilions and aren’t always sure just what a pergola is for, or what it even looks like.