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How To Create an Outdoor Oasis

Looking for an escape that doesn’t require a plane ride or a long drive to the beach? Why not look to your very own backyard? No matter how small, your backyard can be turned into a relaxing outdoor oasis. Want to know how? Here’s some tips on colors to help inspire the type of outdoor patio that will most fit your lifestyle.

Dark gray-blue, soft gray, neutral green and lavender: Associated with relaxing, so if your patio is going to be a quiet haven, these might be the perfect picks.

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Red: If you want your space to be warm and exciting, red might be the ideal choice. If the thought of too much red overwhelms you, consider an accent wall, or pillows.

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Pink: Pale pastels are soothing and calming, while more vibrant pinks like fuchsia bring a bohemian flair. Plush furniture covered in durable outdoor fabrics makes a backyard feel like a living room out of doors.

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Yellow: is optimistic and warm, and if it’s pale, it can make a small space feel larger. This tried-and-true favorite can promote creativity, so if your patio is doubling as a place where you write, paint or create, this is the color for you.

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Brown: the earthiest of all colors, makes it easy to slow down and relax. It makes you feel comfortable, cozy, and like you’re relaxing in the mountains.

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Green: Plenty of plants and herbs along the wall pops against a metal wall painted or wood. Turn any patio into a lush oasis with potted plants and a vertical succulent garden. Even if your thumb isn’t particularly green, living plants can make your space more inviting and tropical.

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Are you at a resort on the beach or on your deck? It’s hard to tell with a setup designed to help you relax. Making your dream oasis patio can create a relaxing environment to unwind or a great spot to host some friends.

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