When warm sunny days come, your goal is to enjoy as much time as you can outdoors. The good thing is that getting your yard, patio, or outside space ready for outdoor relaxation does not require too much. Check out these quick tips for a colourful outdoor space for your property.
HOW TO ADD A SPLASH OF COLOUR TO YOUR SPACE
The simplest way to improve the appearance of your space is to add a little pop of colour. There are numerous ways of integrating bright colours into the outdoor space without completely redesigning the outdoor space of your house.
Add gorgeous flowers
Adding a few green plants and flowers to your outdoor space, patio, or deck is an excellent place to begin. Opt for some lovely planters and pots to place in, and make sure you pick flowers that complement the colour scheme you’ve set up. Choosing flowering plants that bloom at slightly different times will ensure that you always have some flowers available throughout changing seasons.
Use your accessories creatively.
Another excellent method of making your outdoor space colourful is by choosing the right accessories. Get a lovely doormat, a door knocker, or a few window pots for growing flowers in your front yard. To add some aesthetic appeal, you can utilise lighting features like colourful lamps.
Increase the warmth and liveliness of your outdoor space by adding a few bright decorative pillows to your patio furniture. If you’d like to make your concrete floor seem more upscale and pleasant, add a garden rug in a stylish print.
You can also use eco-friendly fencing products to give your yard a more sophisticated look. Furthermore, you can add colour by choosing lively accents like oil lamps, hanging lights, small ornamental sculptures, lamps, and more.
Paint your porch
Painting is a fast and simple way to give your outdoor area an up-to-date look. Relax; there is no need to carry out a full exterior paint job! Most people are oblivious to how much of an impact some subtle paint updates can bring to a deck or fence.
Paint your front door.
If you’d like to make a big impression, painting your front door is the best way to do it. This is a wonderful way to give your outdoor space a quick facelift. Your front door is a great spot to be creatively unhinged when it comes to selecting bold colours.
Vibrant colours like orange, bright green, yellow, and even blue will add a lot of impacts. Just ensure that the colour you choose blends well with the main colour of your property. If you’re confused about which colours will look best in a combination, we recommend checking a colour wheel for some ideas.
Update your outdoor furnishing
Painting your outdoor furniture is another way to add a splash of colour to your garden spaces. This works effectively for any kind of furniture, and you will usually find special paint that works on any kind of surface, from rattan to metal, timber, and even more. For colour ideas, you may stick with elegant bright white or warm and delicate red.
Also, neutrals such as soft grey are also effective. Try experimenting with a few vibrant and bright colours like brilliant yellow, red, or green to achieve a more diverse and exciting look.
Use plants as your colour inspiration.
You can also utilise painting to show off the natural colours found in your outdoor space. Look everywhere and see which plants catch your attention. Do you have a fascination with red flowers? Apply red paint on casing, shutters, window sills or your fence to brighten them out. Any colour—from lilac to neon blue or yellow—can be used for this.
Update your deck floor or porch with paint.
Painting the floor of your deck is another stylish and unique way to experiment with colour. Neutrals combine well with this look, with delicate greys or softer hints of green working most effectively. If you’re looking for a natural appearance, use a wood colour instead. This helps highlight the wood’s natural grain and offers you a delicate pop of colour.
If you’re looking to get really artistic, you can use stencils to come up with a pattern on your deck floor. This will give it a more cosy, area rug-like vibe, and a much more visually appealing layout.