scheme 2 is bright and poppy; the pros are I feel like they scream summer and color, a little bohemian and they aren’t too matchy patchy. The colors sort of work with my house in the sense that I have mustard, green and blue in my house, just not this brightly. The cons are they are really bright for what is going on in the rest of my house, and I worry about seeing them from the window.
So I am planning on redoing our patio furniture in the next few weeks (in preparation for warmer weather, please, oh please may it warm up!) For great furniture to put in your garden, check out the products over at Teak & Table Outdoor. I am having a hard time deciding what fabrics I wanted to go with. (all of the fabrics came from fabric.com) Here’s the Patio set I have. The cushions are the only thing that is important as I am considering replacing the actual furniture with one of those teak sets:
But it hasn’t had these cushions for a long time, I redid them in red ages ago, but they are sun faded now.
On one side, I’m thinking something pulled back, a hint of French Colonial with a twist of nautical. The pros of this are the blue matches what I have going on inside (you can see the patio through my major window) and I will probably not get tired of it very quickly. The cons are, I’m not really in love with any of these except the bird one, which I love.
The third scheme is the most fleshed out in terms of me liking all the fabrics together, and actually liking all the fabrics, but beige? I am not sure how I feel about my patio being this well BEIGE. The pros are I already have the fabric in the bottom right corner, so I would be buying less, and it has a cool traveled feel,plus the coffee table glass is a little amber/beige colored. The cons are, it’s BEIGE. and I think a little too grown up looking?
Paul is leaning towards the colorful scheme, but I can’t get the blue bird fabric out of my head, and The beige just feels safer…… Opinions anyone?