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How To Decorate A Large Terrace

With this weather we can only think of sitting outside for a drink, reading a book, listening to music, sunbathing or finishing office work.

So if you have a terrace you are extremely lucky because you have everything at your fingertips.

Of course, it is very important to have a clean and well-kept terrace to get the most out of it.

Your terrace has thousands of possibilities! We are going to give you ideas so you can see how easy it is to furnish and decorate it to make the most of it.

Delimit multiple zones

Terrace with various areasIf you have a large terrace, you can create several environments to make better use of the space. Create a dining area to dine outdoors and another relaxation area with hammocks or sofas to sunbathe, read or have a drink.

One way to delimit the zones is by differentiating the soil . A very practical and economical option is to place artificial grass in the hammock area.

In addition, it will give a green touch to your terrace.

Create a shady area

Sunbathing is a pleasure we want all winter long, but when summer comes we quickly get tired of it.

Put up pergolas, awnings or umbrellas … that protect and shelter from the heat and the scorching sun.

Add seats

If you love gathering with your family or friends on the deck to enjoy the outdoors, you need seating for everyone.

Add armchairs and poufs to be able to move them easily according to the needs of each moment.

The perfect colors

The perfect colors for the terrace do not exist.

The most used are neutral colors because they give luminosity and freshness. Give it a touch of color with textiles.

The terraces in gray colors are a trend this season. It brings sobriety and elegance to outdoor spaces.

The warm colors convey joy, vitality and enhance lighting

Many flowers

Decorate the terrace with plantsTerrace and flowers always go together. They are essential to create a spring and relaxing atmosphere.

Place them in the areas where you have more sun, they are very useful to provide shade and freshness.

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