It is officially spring here in Vancouver! Even through the coronavirus lock down of the city is in almost full effect , patios and backyard remains one of the most important places in your home. In these warm days you can relax in your garden and have a glass of beer. But the first thing you need to do with your yard or garden is to decorate it, furnish it so that you are comfortable and proud of your personal heaven where you can relax and enjoy fun moments with your family.
The first thing you need to get is tables and chairs. What is your yard, if you have nowhere to sit, have a cup of coffee or a beer out in the fresh spring air. You can choose a low coffee table or a wide table and benches instead of chairs if you plan to invite beer friends often. You may also want to consider an extra table / table to put unnecessary items away temporary. When choosing chairs, make sure they are comfortable and waterproof if you do not want to store them away after each hangout on the patio.
Another thing to think about is garden lighting. Since most of your gatherings will continue for a while and most likely end past the sunset, it is good to have good lighting in your yard. It is a good idea to place a number of small lights around the patio, they may be lying flat or presenting low pegs. It is also a good idea to hang lanterns if you have trees or any structure. You will give a fabulous atmosphere to your garden.
Remember the landscaping of your garden or yard. You can have grass, different types of flowers and shrubs stylishly shaped on islands. Leave your fantasy to work, there are many ideas for landscaping and plant combining. The plants will brighten and brighten the exterior of your home.
Last But Not Least...
And the last thing you need to think about on your patio is whether it will be completely outdoor or will you have some protection from the rain that we experience in Vancouver. You can buy a shed, a tent, or even a gazebo in your yard. There are shops that offer reasonably priced sheds large enough to keep you out of the Vancouvers' summer rain.