Heading into a new summer, taste in outdoor design has changed. Whether it’s a new way of living in your outdoor spaces or bright ideas for a visual refresh, these outdoor design trends are at the forefront of 2021. Read on to learn what the latest trends are and how to incorporate these trends into your own design.
The Estate Center Design Team is on top of the trends that will make your outdoor spaces stand out from the crowd without bleeding your wallet dry.
Who’s ready to get outside and soak up some sun rays and fresh air? I know I am! With everyone across the globe under quarantine this time last year, it stands to reason there is a peak in curiosity regarding the 2021 outdoor design trends. The popularity of outdoor living spaces continues to grow in 2021, not only in light of the Coronavirus, but also as many of us seek to achieve greater health, both mentally and physically, from home. Plus, our outdoor spaces are ideal for social gatherings even during the early winter months making them prime locations for all things living. There are some major changes in terms of the aesthetics, materials, and functionality that might just surprise you.
Comfort of the Indoors Outdoors
The luxury and comfort we have grown accustomed to in our homes is what is being demanded outdoors this season with outdoor dining tables and designated conversation areas. Outdoor living and entertaining are essential to enjoying life; we relish spending time outside, surrounded by open air, wildlife and the smells and sounds of all nature has to offer. The amount of time, effort and expense you put into your outdoor living area is all in vain if your furniture is uncomfortable. The features you place in your exterior living spaces should be functional and easily maintained. You certainly don't want to have to relocate furniture during a party nor spend hours having to clean it after each use. Ultimately, this means your outdoor living space needs to make your quests feel welcomed and comfortable while meeting your needs at the same time. When picking out your furniture and décor options make sure you pick pieces that are not only pleasing to the eye but elicit relaxation.