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Ideal colors for your patio

The color scheme of your patio or terrace is crucial for setting the mood for your guests or for a lazy day. If you're dying to get out and freshen up your patio, keep reading.

Don't worry, you don't have to replace your outdoor furniture with a new one. You can update the look of your patio with some new accents and a little creativity. Here we tell you some recommendations to create a more colorful and fun space that will remind you of warm summer days.


It is a neutral timeless color, it will always give a touch of luxury to any space.


White never really goes out of style. It's understandable that you may be hesitant to invest in something white because of the potential damage that can be caused by inclement weather. However, consider it if you are looking to create a clean, simple and brighter space.

Bright colors

Reds, oranges, and yellows can create an uplifting environment and improve mood. Also, if you're not into the idea of ​​having brightly colored furniture, consider painting a bold accent wall and adding neutral decor to balance out the color scheme.

Neutral tones

If your goal is to have a calm outdoor space without bold colors, you can keep it simple with neutral tones. Create a subtle cozy elegance by combining neutral tones (beiges and browns), patterns and textures.

Colors of the desert

Pay homage to desert landscapes with an earthy color scheme of dusty rose, ochre, and taupe with a green accent hue. Textured decor like terracotta vases and woven jute rugs evoke calm vibes; and succulents, cacti, and other plants offer pops of vibrant green.

Cool greens, purples and blues

These tones help create a relaxing environment and offer positive benefits to the human body. The depth of these colors tends to have a "cooling effect" that helps relax muscles and calm the mind. Try to balance the decoration with one or two warm colors.

How to light an outdoor patio?

Hang pendant lights from the ceiling.

Paint your door a vibrant shade.

Enhance the ambiance with string fairy lights.

Set up a rug in a solid hue or with a graphic pattern.

Plant fresh flowers.

Use outdoor pillows and cushions in bold colors.

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