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Everything looks better against a dark color, and if you restrict the palette, your space will look cohesive but edgy. Add a jolt of the unexpected — the wonderful pink chair in this case — and you've mastered the art of clashing.
Take it to the floor. Burlap pillows speak to the industrial view, and the jolt of red lifts this rooftop to new heights.
Restrict your color palette with accessories, such the the vase and pillows in this shot. Pay attention to detail too — the old window frames the trees behind, and the faux-green grass ties the scene together to give this outdoor space a serious wow factor.
Don't be afraid to arrange objects artfully outdoors. These pebble-look pillows gathered at one end of the bench create a textural sculpture that keeps the scene playful.
The organic nature of this patio is enhanced by a semi-transparent screen that softens the view. With its fun shapes united by a limited color palette, this space hits all the right notes when it comes to outdoor decorating. It's a relaxed elegance that speaks to nature.
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