What's Trending in 2016?

Souped-Up Outdoor Spaces

Homeowners used to put up a screened-in porch or patio to upgrade their outdoor space. But today’s outdoor spaces have become extensions of the indoors with kitchens, fireplaces, and barbecue pits. Virtually, everything you can buy for your indoor space, you can buy for outdoors as well. Furniture, pillows, art work, and even flatscreen TVs are used to soup-up outdoor spaces.

 

 

 

Everything Old Is New Again

With DIY on the rise, vintage items like mason jars, picture frames, and crates are increasing in popularity for outdoors spaces. Thrifting is a great way to find antique decor without breaking the bank.

 

 

 

 

 

Lighting Is Everything

To maximize use of the landscape, lighting can transform into usable space at night. LEDs are now used for effect, style and design so the idea is not to try and get a huge amount of light. On the other hand, a reflector light is meant to cast lots of light. Mounting lights and ground light fixtures are used to showcase the structure of the trees and plants in your landscape. 

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Jon Sweeney

Pat has been an avid gardener throughout her adult life. Her education was in fine arts, with a further degree in commercial art. After a decade as an Art Director, Pat segued into landscaping, and has worked as a Landscape Designer in Fairfield County for the past twenty years.