The terrace is a true outdoor relaxation area. But it is all too easy to make the space cluttered with too many decor items. Here are our suggestions for setting up a zen terrace.
The Patio Collection: simplicity and sharing
Open to the outside, the conservatory represents the living space which increases the size of the house.
While organising small spaces can be difficult, setting up an outdoor terrace of 20 or 30 m2 is no easier. On a large scale, garden furniture must be arranged in an orderly way, otherwise the results risk being incoherent and lacking beauty.
Half-way between a small enclosed garden and a terrace, the patio resembles a refuge, open to the sky, in the heart of the home.
Plant hues are popular. Pine green or olive green, this wide-ranging timeless yet daring chromatic palette is a must for decor trends.
Arranging small spaces in an apartment or studio flat can be somewhat of a challenge.
All indoor or outdoor furniture, from a chaise longue to a rocking chair, even if it proves to be comfortable, is not necessarily designed to offer optimal relaxation.
On sunny days, life happens around the pool. To enjoy the sunshine, or share an evening with friends next to the water, this relaxing space just needs personalising.
To enjoy the sunshine in the most comfort, choose your garden furniture elements according to your taste, and also to suit how you want to use it.
For a great number of city-dwellers, setting up a personal cocoon on a small patio is a luxury.
Whether it’s a small city balcony or a beautiful terrace in the country, this outdoor area becomes a living space in its own right in the summer.