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The Trendiest Colors to Bring a “POP” of Color to your Outdoor Space


It is not too late. The sun is still shinning, and you can still add the trendiest colors to your backyard to make the rest of your summer bright. Do not settle for anything less; make your outdoor space something you’ll love and are proud to show off to your friends, neighbors, and family. 2019 has a few trendy colors that are sure to blend into 2020 and stick around for a while. We’ve compiled our favorite, most universal trending colors to help inspire your inner interior designer.


Plush Purple
There are many tones of purple. From a light lavender to a royal deep hue, purple is an easy color to tastefully add to any space. Mixing any tone of purple with neutral colors, such as beige or white will allow this trendy favorite to stand out without being overwhelming. Small changes, like purchasing purple-toned pillows and matching it to a patterned outdoor umbrella of the same hue can be a subtle, yet trendy touch you can add to your outdoor space that will brighten up your backyard in the most trendiest way.  


Golden Hues
Golden Hour has become the time of day people wait for; so why not have the “Golden Hour” every hour by adding touches of gold into your indoor or outdoor décor? Small additions, such as glistening gold drapes, pillows, or a shaggy rug to your outdoor patio will light up the back yard in a big way. When Golden Hour does come around, your space will light up with a magical sparkle like no other, creating a calming and relaxing environment to those enjoying it.


Yellow
Yellow is everyone’s “go to” summer color. We suggest utilizing a more toned-down yellow hue to decorate your outdoor space. This pastel yellow will add a soft, feel at home vibe. Don’t be afraid to try it out, you are going to fall in love with this different variation of the typical summer color.


Sea-Foam Blue
Imagine the light crystal blue waters off a secluded island; a color that brings a calmness to your mind and spirit. A color that, when hit right by the sun, sparkles just enough. This color, although bright, is a great color to use in moderation. When you’re in need of an outdoor décor “pick me up”, this Sea-Foam Blue is a perfect addition. Add less, but do more with this hue. Try simple additions to a space such as table place-mats, patterned seat cushions, or hanging lanterns. With just a little pop here and there, this color will brighten up your backyard by adding just a tiny amount. Feeling adventurous? Add Adirondack chairs to your space in this bright color; it’ll be a real eye-catcher!  


Earthy Green
Last, but certainly not least, Earth-Toned Green. Green creates a euphoric feeling, allowing a calm and relaxing space. When in doubt, start with green. It’s a great color because it’s safe. Green is already part of your outdoor space, so add companion colors to your space to make it feel all part of nature. Whether it’s exotic green plants, or chalky green end tables, your imagination can safely run wild with this color.  

Summer is here, but it’s never too late. If you’re looking for an outdoor space to call your own, call the experts at Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows today for a FREE no-obligation design consultation.  We look forward to making your outdoor space one to enjoy for years to come.

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