Nothing will change the look of your outdoor decor as well as new outdoor cushions for your patio and lounge chairs. Choose from 8 bold, bright colors to bring out the beauty of your outdoor furniture. Our outdoor cushions are available for outdoor chaises, dining chairs, high back dining chairs and regular seat chairs.
Laying in the sun by the pool or just catching up on your tan.
Chaise Cushion(shown in Capri)
Having cocktails by the bar or counter height island.
High Back Dining Cushions(shown in Henna)
Having lunch outdoors after grilling for your guests...
Euro Dining Cushions(shown in Antique)
Sipping a lemonade outdoors while conversating with friends.
Deluxe Seat Cushion(shown in Parrot)
Other Available Colors for the above Outdoor Cushions~
A futon which in often known as a common piece of furniture for a college apartment or dorm living. The times have past when a futon was just set up in a spare room. Recent trends have changed the outlook on futons drastically. They capture the attention of all age groups due to affordability and high quality. There are many styles, shapes and designs available to mix and match into your homes overall decor.
The main appeal of a futon is their easy convertibility from a couch to bed and simply popular due to these pieces being space savers.
~Select a frame for your futon that will fit in with the rest of your decor. If you have wood furniture in your room then wood would look best. The metal frames would most likely work best in a child's playroom or bedroom.
~Choose a cover for your futon that coordinates with the decor of your home. Futon Covers come in a variety of colors,fabrics and patterns that should easily match up with mostly any pre-existing home decorative style.
Bring decor into the home that is warm, sunny and a tropical environment. Sure to lift the spirits of many people.
First you want to determine the rooms in your home that are taking on this new style. Decide what your budget is and what tropical decorating colors are to be used. You can choose bold and beautiful, in shades of blue, green, coral, turquoise, purple and yellow. If you love color, this is a great decorating style for you. Consider your base color being neutrals and adding the vibrant tropical colors in your accessories. A mix of lots of texture and intricate pattern with simple details and a few large accessories.
Be sure to de-clutter, simplicity is preferred in tropical decorating. Large Accessories... Remember that the tropics includes naturals, including trees and more trees!A realistic looking silk (or real if you have a green thumb and location suites ) palm tree or a tree similar will always look great.
Have fun with the window treatments.You may want to include plantation shutters, wood roll up blinds(bamboo), lightweight fabrics(sheers) or tropical print valances, depending upon your style preferences. Avoid any heavy and dark drapes.
Your flooring of choice might be hardwood, though tile or stone(terracotta) is another popular style. Accent the hard floor with area rugs of natural sisal. When hanging artwork stick to the color palette of the room. Include paintings and room fixtures, display underwater sea life, tropical beach scenes, exotic animals and birds.
Tableware could include natural colored stoneware, textured placemats(tiki or bamboo), loosely woven fabric napkins, and sturdy glassware. Accessorize with wooden bowls, baskets, and bamboo.
Tropical accessories may include:
~Tropical fruits such as bananas, pineapples, kiwi or coconuts put on display in the kitchen or on the dining table.
~Driftwood furniture, artwork, and lamps
~Frames for photos, mirrors and artwork made of bamboo,palm tree and tiki.
~Large fishing nets draped across your wall, or suspended from the ceiling.
~Figures of Tiki God and Hula Girls
~Curtain beads that hang in doorways for decoration or privacy.
~Palm, seagrass or rattan mats, floor and window coverings
~Model of sailing vessels
~Hurricane lanterns, Ocean scented candles and Oil lamps
~Natural wicker baskets for storage
~Sea shells, coral, star fish,sand dollars, sea glass, smooth stones and driftwood displayed either independently or in dishes and jars
~A tropical salt water fish tank
Due to island prints, leaves, and animal prints all being an eye catcher. Avoid overdoing the room's accessories. A few large plants and trees, lamps, books, and some carefully selected large-scale accessories will usually be enough. Avoid lots of tiny little things and keep it simple and spare.
And Last... but my favorite ~Tropical hibiscus flowers are one of the enduring symbols of the tropics. These much-beloved, large and showy flowers can be grown inside in temperate zones. Manage throughout the winter, and enjoy beautiful colorful blooms all summer long!
Create your own tropical escape to enjoy all year long!
This is the most gathered and social place of a home. It's where family and friends come together... stories are shared and memories are made. This space should be made comfortable and welcoming. Arrange furniture so that it's easy to conversate and with a natural flow to enter and exit the room. Don't over decorate, keep the room simple yet not boring. Very easily done with accent colors that pop in your pillows, window treatments, throws, rugs, and wall color.
This is a unique space in the home that is not as much lived in but worked in. A supremely functional space, designed to accomplish the goal of food preparation. Focus on utility yet beauty, every inch has a purpose in this room. You need to be sure that you supply this room with all the functional tools needed to prepare foods at ease. Your bowels, spoons, knives, and appliances can all be purchased in matched colors. Another option is to purchase your appliances in a matched material... using stainless steel, black, or white throughout. Keep it consistent for a natural flow. Only keep out on counters your every day-to-day used appliances. Those that you don't use daily store away. Keep organized with minimal clutter. This is much easier to keep this room clean and wiped down.
This is one of the most personal spaces in a home. This room is where you go to relax and rest... so decorate it that you can find comfort being there. Make a space that pampers yourself and settles your brain after a long day. Color is a very important element to your room. The color you paint your walls and add to your decor will add to how that room makes you feel when in it. Make a comfortable bed~ Invest in a down comforter, a duvet and a luxurious sheet set. Mood lighting~ install a dimmer on your lights or lamps with 3 way bulbs. Remembering special elements such as the sound of water and soft relaxing tunes.
This is a room that is most often ignored and not well planned when decorating. Don't forget this room has a special function and you and your guests are in and out of many times throughout the day.Inspirational photos or beautiful nature landscapes are a great choice for this room. Wonderful smelling scents are very pleasing when entering this room.
Don't be afraid of some black and white photography, this is very appealing to the eye.Bring fabulous accessories into this space... include soap dishes or pumps, tissue holders, shelves, spa like rolled towels, shower curtains, toilet seat covers, floor rugs and great smelling candles. Be sure to have a fabulous mirror with sufficient lighting, for this is where your grooming takes place.
Support the nature of your rooms in your home. Making them look, work, and feel better to live in and for those who visit your home!
An ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago in China. It is a complex body of knowledge that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space to assure the health and good fortune for people inhabiting it.
Feng means Wind and Shui means Water. In China wind and water means good health and this is associated with good fortune. Chi means energy and the theory is that the land is alive and full of Chi. One concept of Feng Shui is the art of placing 5 Elements correctly in your home.
Candles... representing the sun and the sunlight that gives life to nature. Candlelight is believed to have the ability to destroy negative energy. A beautiful candle would become both a nice element of décor and warmth that clears space from any negativity.
Plants... are universal Feng Shui cures. They make air fresher and fill space with positive Chi. Requires some special care and livens up any décor and environment.
Water... A fountain, the sound of trickling water from a small indoor water fountain relaxes and fills home with a calm and pleasant atmosphere. This may also attract wealth and prosperity into the house of its owner.
Incent sticks...Just like sounds and light, scents have a great influence onto people’s health. A new great scent brought into the home makes the atmosphere more pleasant and relaxing.
Music... the help of sound, improves the energy of the dwelling. You can choose traditional Chinese music, sounds of nature, or just anything slow and relaxing.
Mirrors... always performs two functions. The first is protecting you and your home from negative influences. Mirrors have an ability to absorb or send back the negative energy. The second of mirrors is that of clearing and energizing the Chi of the house. This function is also supported by mirrors’ ability to attract into life what they reflect.
As Asian culture becomes more popular in the United States, the ancient Chinese method of creating a harmonious environment, feng shui, is also gaining ground.
Feng shui seeks to promote prosperity, good health, and general well being by examining how energy, Chi flows through a particular room, house, building, or garden.