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“April is a month of renewal. It’s time to dust off the outdoor furniture, tidy up and refresh decor.” — Laura GaskillHere’s your to-do list for this month; it’s nice to start on it early so you can complete it all at an
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
large boulders used in this coastal landscape provide abundant seating around the fire pit while maintaining the naturalistic feel of the site. Built furniture would clutter the foreground, detracting from the rugged beauty of the place itself; this rustic seating solution blends with the surroundings.
Taylor Bryan Company
Add colourIf your planting scheme is on the minimalist side, you can still enjoy some welcome colour with garden furniture. Why not upcycle wooden chairs with a lick of paint? Try the kind of head-turning shades you might shy away from indoors and you’ll add visual interest
Tim Davies Landscaping
If you’re building a new home and planning on decking it out with new furniture and decor, consider donating, selling or tossing unwanted belongings, or gifting them to friends or family.Does your yard need a makeover? Now is the time to enlist the services of a landscape architect so they’re ready to
Glenna Partridge Garden Design
back on for your outdoor faucets, your plants are going to need maintenance during the hot months. Note: Store watering cans underneath a piece of furniture or overhang and make sure they are empty when not in use. This prevents creating a mosquito breeding ground.
greenery distracts from the actual foliage outside, it's best to stick to one or two anchoring plants. This sunroom goes a little further by having furniture fabrics and textiles that mimic the outdoor color palette.
Bruce Clodfelter and Associates
front patio can work as a social hub with kids and neighbours, so don’t overlook this area as a space to transform with the simple addition of some furniture and accessories. Here, the Adirondack chair and rattan seats are both comfy and relaxing – a perfect place to watch the world go by.
CLIFTON HILL PROJECT
also recyclable is essential. Do your research and seriously weigh up the effects your purchase will have on the environment. If it’s a piece of furniture, think about when you will part with your purchase, if you’ll be able to use it in another capacity down the track, give it to someone else or recycle