My patio furniture says comfort, rest and relaxation. What does yours say about you? I want my furniture to be inviting to a guest and to say, "sit down and rest awhile". I do not want it to look like it is on a display floor and untouchable.
Your furniture may not be saying what you want it to say so it may be time for a double take. Here are some ideas to make sure that your furniture is stellar with the impression it is giving to other people.
- The colors blue and green are ones we associate with relaxation. I suspect because it makes us think of water.
- Dark colors may fade in the sunlight. Then it gives a bad impression.
- Plush says comfort. Good for people to stay awhile. Bad if you have teens who might then want to spend the night on the the patio.
- Rod Iron says "elegant" or "old world" decor.
- Curves say "sophisticated" and "high-end".
- Round says "comfortable". Square says "sharp".
- Side tables indicate that you want people to stay awhile. It gives people a good place to rest their drinks. (ever notice how when you set it on the floor, you are constantly worrying about it?)
- Wood gives a picnic/family feel. Wood also says "durable".
- An umbrella says you care about the effects of the elements on your guests.
What's right for you? Visit Rich's for the Home today and we will help you discover your perfect style and fit.