You might think when it comes to decorating your garden; there are very few choices you can make from the limited amount of traditional garden furniture out there on the market. But, in reality, many of the design choices on offer in your home can also be made in your garden too as long as you know where to buy the right items. Here’s a look at three great ways to bring design choices from inside your home to outside in your garden.
Display a big print or a poster
One of the best ways to decorate a bare and dull wall in your home quickly is to put up a colourful and stylish piece of artwork. Whilst this would be a great idea for any garden set-up, the big difference between anything in your home and anything in your garden is your garden decorations have to stand up to some serious pressure from the weather. Whilst any paper or canvas print will get quickly damaged in the rain or snow, there is one material which you can make prints out of that will survive the whole year-round.
Now you can have a multipanel made out of aluminium metal with any print you want from websites like MultipanelUK. You may have seen some of these types of multipanel before on the side of buildings or even construction sites advertising what’s about to open on the site. Many businesses choose these multipanels not just because they’re durable but because they can have as much detail and as many bright colours as any other traditional print. So simply order one with whatever print you want on it, and you can enjoy the image throughout the year and simply give it a quick wipe down if it does get wet or muddy.
Think about movable lighting
When you think of garden lighting, you probably think of a big floodlight shining over your lawn or a string of lights tied around one of the buildings that surround your garden. If you only choose from these, you’ll be forced to choose from a really brightly lit garden or a barely lit garden once the sun goes in. In reality, there are so many different choices you can make when it comes to lighting. For example, you can even find tall floor lamps like you would for any home that are made to survive the weather. Once you’ve found one that’s weatherproof, you can simply find an extension lead and plug it in your garden wherever you want more light.
If you really want to be comfy outdoors, don’t buy traditional garden furniture. Instead, there are many sofas and bean bags that you can buy for the garden. As well as all of the fabric being waterproof and easy to clean, the frames are designed to stay looking as good as the first day you bought them no matter what weather they’re left out in.