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Are you choosing a new style and decor to freshen up your outdoor space? Pay attention to the Mediterranean decor, which means a special and inspiring Mediterranean feeling, natural materials in the decor, bright colors and patterns that contrast natural or neutral walls and objects. Let's take a closer look at such spaces to see how you can recreate this style in your outdoor space.
Mediterranean style is all about being natural and just natural - opt for stone walls whenever possible or replace them with concrete for a more modern feel. Concrete furniture and walls are also a good idea, but if they feel too cold to sit on or touch, you can always favor rattan, wicker, wood, and other materials like these. White plaster walls give your terrace a more Spanish and sea-inspired flair. This is great when the ocean is around. Jute stools, rugs and floor cushions are a must for a cool and cozy feeling. Add a woven or wooden roof or just some wooden beams to escape excessive sunlight.
As for the colors, the lights should be there! Even if the walls are neutral or white, you will need bright accessories, textiles, upholstery, dishes and other things. Go for bright colors like fuchsia, yellow, bright blue, turquoise, and green - you can use all of them or just one or two colors. If it's a sea-inspired Mediterranean terrace, turn on the blues or various light shades. Carpets, upholstery and throws are the easiest way to make your terrace colorful and cheerful and to swap them out at any time. If you use curtains to protect the terrace from the sun and the eyes of others, give preference to light and airy fabrics and pulps. Make your patio bold, inviting, and chic with these tips and ideas below!