1. Choose Slim Pieces Over Bulky Furniture
Furniture with a slim profile will not only take up less space, but also trick your eye to believe your patio is bigger than it really is. You can do this by purchasing a circular table versus a four-legged one or buying two matching chairs instead of a bulky, three-person couch.
2. Utilize Storage Seating & Tables
If you already don’t have a ton of space on your patio for furniture, figuring out where to put your sofa cushions, mosquito candles, and other porch necessities can be a headache. We suggest using patio furniture that has built-in storage! Many coffee tables, end tables, and benches offer hidden storage compartments.
3. Keep the Space Simple
Have you ever walked into a busy room and felt like you couldn’t relax? When there is too much going on, your eyes can’t focus, and it can be overwhelming. Large patio spaces with ample space can get away with busy patterns and mis-matched furniture pieces. But, if you have a small space, we suggest:
- One focal point (accent wall or vibrant rug, for example)
- Matching furniture to tie the room together
- Create clear walkways to your backyard
Purchase Your Perfect Patio Furniture at Mid State Pools
Thanksgiving is quickly approaching! Are you the host for your family Thanksgiving? Having an outdoor seating area can help your space not feel so crowded. We can help you maximize your outdoor space with beautiful patio furniture! Stop by our showroom today to browse your options: 540 S. Houston Lake Road in Warner Robins, Georgia