Out­door es­sen­tials Ex­pert ad­vice and top buys

CHOOS­ING THE RIGHT FUR­NI­TURE PIECES CAN TURN YOUR OUT­DOOR SPACE INTO A RE­SORT-STYLE SANCTUARY

Home Beautiful - - {EDITOR’S LETTER} - WORDS HOLLY BYRNE

WHETHER WE’RE EN­TER­TAIN­ING, catch­ing up on a good book or just look­ing to soak up some sun, we love to spend time out­side, and the in­doorout­door con­nec­tion has never been more im­por­tant. But those with small spa­ces don’t have to miss out – sim­ply add a few fresh pieces of fur­ni­ture and a decor up­date. “If it’s an ar­chi­tec­turally de­signed home, go for things that are a lit­tle bit more stream­lined and high de­sign,” ad­vises land­scape de­signer Adam Robin­son of Adam Robin­son De­sign. “If it’s weath­er­board, use things with a bit of wicker or a nat­u­ral tim­ber.” Read on for a zone-by-zone break­down of in­spi­ra­tion.

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