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The turn of the seasons means decorating your outdoor space is a must. From catching the rays on poolside patios to dancing all night on rooftop terraces and balmy nights with loved ones on tiny balconies, no matter how big or small your space is there are tons you can do with new dining furniture and accessories to transform it into somewhere you love spending time.

Check out our favorite trends at the moment:

Pastel hues

Pastel tones are a go-to for bringing a fresh new look to your outdoor area. From candy pinks to lavender hues and citrus lemon tones, a lick of pastel paint can bring new life to a tired-looking hut, brighten up a bench or revive dreary plant pots. Draping your outdoor furniture in colorful throws and blankets can also bring a welcome cheerful touch to your garden, plus adding a few pastel tones is a budget-friendly way to spruce up your space, too!

Festival style

Creating a laidback bohemian-inspired festival vibe in your garden is simple with a hammock, some well-placed fairy lights, and macramé wall art. If you love having space where you can spend all day having fun and keep the party going long into the night, a festival theme is the perfect garden décor for you. Keep your outdoor dining furniture casual with classic bench-style seating and hang some bunting from the roof, perfect for dancing on the tables when the lights go down. Outdoor storage for storing cozy colorful blankets is a must for this kind of space, they also make a great space for resting a pitcher on.

Cabana stripes

Poolside gardens look amazing with a classic cabana stripe pattern bringing a bright and summery edge to the look. Opt for a parasol and matching recliner day beds in the same thick striped hue to add a real touch of retro glam to your garden. If you’d like to recreate this look with a smaller garden, adding cushions or a garden sofa in the cabana print can be equally as effective. Style it out with heaps of luscious plants and greenery.

Industrial features

If exposed brickwork and wrought iron furniture match the style of your home, then an industrial design will look great in outdoor space. This is a trend that tends to work well on smaller balconies and looks really modern and on-trend. Choose a simple bistro set in a black or metallic hue with a stylish coffee table to match. A few well-placed plants and soft lighting will help to bring a swish New York feel to your city apartment.

What are you waiting for? Start your garden’s makeover today!

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