Summer days are soon to come. What better way to soak up the sun than to relax on your terrace furnished to your liking? Let’s take a look at some ideas that are sure to brighten up the season.
Irrespective of the size of your exterior, it is wise to first define the style of your space, enabling you to select materials, decorative objects, plants, etc.
When designing a small patio, it is best to avoid cluttered surfaces and instead focus on a stylish unity that will help give the space a more spacious feel.
Setting up a grand terrace may seem easier in theory, but it involves more choices. Establishing a theme right from the start will give you the best chance of achieving a result with which you will be fully satisfied.
Tiles or wood
Prior to undertaking the installation of your outdoor terrace, it is essential to give some thought to the flooring. It will set the tone for your decoration.
Two of the most classic options are tiles and wood. Outdoor tiles are robust, easy to maintain and can be used in any decorative style, based on colour, pattern, size and shape of the tiles.
Wood is very homely. You may opt for floorboards to be laid on joists. In both cases, you can choose natural wood or wood composite, which requires no maintenance.
For a patio area in the garden, natural stone provides an authentic look to your outdoor space. Alternatively, you can choose synthetic stone, which is as solid as it is visually appealing.
Finally, for a small terrace to be decorated swiftly and cost-effectively, artificial grass can be an excellent choice.