Just because the season is transitioning doesn’t mean you have to give up use of your outdoor space.
From Neutral to Natural, The Best and Brightest in Outdoor Entertaining Design
In the heat of summer, you may be considering an outdoor design must: a pergola as respite. Hardwood, of course, is not always sustainable, and finding an option that is both green and design-forward can be challenging…
As more people become interested in sustainability, homebuilders are responding with eco-friendly construction methods, materials, and designs.
If you’re looking to update your lighting this year, you may want to have your finger on the pulse of the latest trends in design and décor.
Outdoor entertaining has taken center stage this summer. Live your best life outside your house.
“Homeowners are investing in outdoor projects that increase their enjoyment at home,” says Kendra Poppy, Trends Expert and Head of Brand at Yardzen. “With high interest rates, many homeowners are delaying an imminent move and investing in creating landscaping that makes them feel happy, whole, and connected.”
Easyplant prevents over- and under-watering. A reservoir built into the pot allows you to fill it once per month; the water is then slowly distributed to the plant in a measured, perfect way.
Another year over, and a new year begins – with a new color from Pantone! Let’s all welcome Viva Magenta 18-1750, a brilliant red which represents a vibrant and exciting change from the past few years.
Outdoor furniture is no longer just light tables and stackable chairs brought out a few times a year.