Outdoor design for houses without terrace
10 Aug 2020
If we have learned anything from 2020, it is how important it is to feel good at home. Investing countless hours between the walls of our house we discover how the objects that we surround ourselves with affect us, as well as their distribution. There are many families that in recent months have decided to order the interior of their homes from start to finish, gradually turning them into spaces for enjoyment, relaxation and well-being.
If you are also one of those who have missed a terrace or balcony more than ever where to go out and get some fresh air, don't miss out on some of these fantastic ideas to give a corner of the house the purest feeling of being in the outside.
When we think outside, one of our first wishes arises from contact with nature, we want fresh and quality air to fill our lungs and revitalize us for the rest of the day. For this reason, plants will be our great allies for the outdoor decoration of our space at home. Remember that to introduce plants into the home we must consider that they are specific for indoor care; You will discover that there is a wide diversity that will bring the desired style to your proposal:
- Ferns, for example, are fresh and leafy; They do not need direct sunlight, so they are suitable for places with semi-shade and a little humidity.
- If you are looking for tall plants, you can opt for a Brazilian trunk, a lounge palm, or a dracena. These plants are characterized by their stylized stem, which will provide your natural decoration with different heights for a more complete feeling.
- For those initiated into the field, there are very grateful alternatives such as poto, tape, the crass variety and all kinds of cactus.
Once you have a good plant background for your outdoor decoration, it is important to work on other elements such as textiles. To do this, you can place a nice natural fiber rug in brown or pastel tones. This object will encourage you to take off your shoes as if you were sunbathing on a beautiful terrace. You can accompany this rug with a sturdy seat such as a raffia beanbag and some cushions. It is also interesting to add some outdoor furniture such as a vintage bamboo chair; But for this step we recommend you be cautious, or your living room will end up looking like a low-budget movie set.
The final touch for your indoor terrace is in the lighting. Remember, the terraces are not just for the day. During the night we seek to give this space a cozy feeling: warm lights will reign that can come from a table lamp, a row of light bulbs or even a beautiful distribution of candles.