Surely normal living rooms fit in an indoor space of our houses. Now set it aside because I want you to know that there is other – wickedly different – way to build living rooms. That is in the outside. Why outside? One is because it will be different. Two, it lets you grab the outdoor sensation more originally than from behind glass walls. And three, well, because it is different and undoubtedly exciting.
So, do you have that unused wide space in your front yard? You can adjust your garden plants, stone walk and other garden features around that space. Spread out a pergola or decorative shade over the space. Then, load it with your comforting living room furniture. If you look at the pictures, you can find some outdoor living rooms have this set. One of them shows a cheerful green living room on a mossy cobbled floor, displaying a highly refreshing arrangement of plant decoration. A pair of large plants hovers over the cushioned wooden long chair, as if guarding its sides. They are the only plants entering the living room space, while the other thickly filling the surrounding as if they are living green walls.
The lack of space in your front yard is not proven invalid. Instead of worrying which part of the yard floor you are going to manifest as a living room, you can take over the entire space. Build a wooden platform, by setting lay out small carpets and garden seats. Your garden seats make perfect choice for your outdoor living area. They smoothly blend with the green plant displays. No pergola? Open up a parasol. It should be enough to provide you a shade from the glaring sunlight.
Other than plants, you can prettify your room with the usual outdoor decorations. A posh and chic living room under a magnificent pergola completes the area with an outdoor fireplace. It brings warmth at night. A very homey outdoor living room staying in a terrace is ready to provide contentment with the number of comfy looking cushioned sittings, including the sofa bed.