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Is Your Patio Ready for Summer?



While our patios may still be dotted with traces of snow from the latest spring snowstorm, it's not too early to look forward to the summer months and the warm nights we can spend dining al fresco or simply relaxing with family and friends. Although it may be too cold to actually sit back and relax on the patio, in the meantime, ease your spring fever by discovering the latest trends in outdoor furniture.

Deep-seated sectionals offer comfortable seating for a number of guests, as well as opportunities to rearrange the pieces based on the occasion or just to change up the space.

Think of the patio as an open-air room that creates a seamless transition between interior and exterior spaces. The outdoor living space should offer a natural extension to the luxury and comforts of the interior.

Use bistro tables and bar stools to make it easy to entertain guests. With various seating and table options, guests can feel free to mingle rather than crowding onto a bench or sofa.

Entertainment consoles means that you can create an outdoor media room. What’s better than a movie under the stars?

Brent Simon is one of the owners at Colorado Style Home Furnishings, a Highlands Ranch-based furniture showroom that offers a diverse collection of comfortable, sophisticated furniture and accessories. View their profile or contact Brent Simon at (303) 741-4240.

Content for this article provided by Colorado Style Home Furnishings.

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