It the let’s take the all things house that make a home party outside shall we time of year!
Go ahead, take a moment to bask in the sunlight of your summer’s almost here happy dance.
Numbers show the benefits of outdoor living and entertaining ranks high in the areas of energy and well-being.
I love this time of year when the hot summer days and nights meet hot styles and cool looks of the outdoor living entertaining decorative accessories season.
Our Canadian snowbird son will be moving to a new house in a couple of months which means dialing and styling consultations, suggestions, tips and what do you think of this for our outdoor living space is in high demand.
Curb and yard appeal primps and preps the outdoor living entertaining area for the season.
The outdoor living loyal take outdoor living seriously. The how we utilize our outdoor living spaces is an interesting fact.
I don’t know about you, but when it comes to outdoor living decorative accessories, I want comfortable, durable, lasting, and affordable style that stands up to the season.
Patio, porch, terrace, balcony, rooftop and deck accessories must pass the past one season test.
Style is important, but if the big ticket items such as outdoor furniture and performance fabrics can’t withstand the elements or normal outdoor living wear and tear, what do you have?
A repeatable, avoidable and unnecessary expense.
Outdoor furniture and accessories made from treated wood, weather-resistant plastic, aluminum and wrought iron products are the preferred material choice in the get the most bang for your buck game.
SunGuard UV Protectant for garden decor comes with four star customer reviews.
I have not purchased or used this product, but if it delivers on its promise to protect all types of outdoor decor, furniture and garden accents against fading, peeling and cracking caused by the sun and harsh weather conditions it makes the gotta have it list.
Outdoor living spaces share a design commonality with their interior living spaces counterpart- essential pops of robust color.
From mosquito repelling lavender, geranium and rosemary plants and garden fragrant blooms, seasonal keep it summer simple sensation eats and outdoor lovin’ decorative accessories, the spring and summer outdoor living entertaining season presents us with a brilliant and bold opportunity to color our world.
A fire pit tops the millennial homeowner’s gotta have it list for outdoor living function, comfort and style.
According to a Casual Living Millennial Outdoor survey, Millennials, singles and couples consider the most integral outdoor living entertaining products to be the five-piece dining set, grill and chat set.
Our son, a millennial homeowner, explains to us, his Southern fried and humidity steamed parents, why a fire pit will be in his outdoor living space future.
“Guys, it’s not Louisiana. It’s Canada. We use a fire pit year round.”
Well that explains that.
How about an artisan wood-fired pizza baked in a blue fish terracotta pizza oven?
Don’t forget to apply sun protection with an SPF of Stylish Parasol Fun.
Place a bundle of these butterfly adorned paper parasols from Save-on-Crafts in a super cute decorative container or basket for sun and heat sensitive guests to use.
Other options include summer soiree parting favors or focal point decorations.
One of the best pieces of outdoor living entertaining advice I can give is to keep the theme, design, food and drink menu super summer simple!
I’m convinced more and more the move toward the trend of taking purchased prepared foods to the next level via the presentation factor is a gift from the outdoor living entertaining powers that be and your local grocery store and farmers market.
The eyes set the “seen” when it comes to food, and easy always makes the perfect party guest.
Add a splash of nostalgia to your outdoor living decor with vintage or vintage inspired accessories.
Gosh, this vintage tin cooler evokes memories of summers spent in East Tennessee at my paternal grandparent’s house.
Granddaddy stocked the basement with a generous supply of original Coca-Cola (cold cola as they called it) in the small glass bottles.
In fact, when the formula changed to “new Coke” he saved my brother and me a carton of the original Coke.
I still have mine to this day, and wouldn’t take a million dollars for this priceless memento.
Like a scene straight out of The Andy Griffith Show, we loved sitting out on the front steps sipping ice-cold original formula Coke (cold cola as my Tennessee family members say) watching the fireflies light up the summer night.
Everything’s better with Coke.