Ideas for Creating a Super Comfy Outdoor Space That Screams Serenity

Whether you live in a family home in the suburbs or in a townhouse, having your own outdoor space certainly is a luxury. Being an extension of your home, it is the perfect spot to chill under the energizing sun as well as a great venue spot for entertaining your family and friends. So, if you are looking to prepare your outdoor space for the summer ahead of us, here are some great ideas to help you get started.

zero gravity recliner chair

Get Comfortable

If you plan on spending a lot of time in your outdoor space, think about what do you want it to have and how do you want it to look like so that you truly enjoy it. You can add a sunshade to protect you and your furniture from the scorching sun, and maybe a screen for some extra privacy. When it comes to furniture, you should always go for comfort.

From the various types of outdoor furniture available on the market, I’d say with certainty that the zero gravity recliner chair is the most comfortable to relax in. It is designed in a way that while sitting in it, your back does not experience any pressure, thus there are minimal chances of the chair contributing to your back pain. And since a zero gravity recliner chair can be set up in different positions, you can choose the most suitable one for your body. These chairs come in various shapes and sizes, as well as in simpler and more unique designs at different prices, which means you can easily choose the one that fits your budget and needs.

Invite Nature

One great way to bring life to your outdoor space is by using elements of nature. For instance, adding some low maintenance plants  to your outdoor décor scheme is always a good idea. Also, if your space allows it, consider incorporating a small water or fire feature – you will love listening to a gurgling fountain or a crackling fire while breathing in fresh air!

Create a Pleasant Ambiance

On very hot days, you may find yourself wanting to reserve chilling in your outdoor space for the evenings. This, of course, will require you to set up a good lighting scheme – one that won’t be too harsh on the eyes but will still add to the beauty and function of your space. Whether you use lanterns, candles, or stung lights, make sure to strategically place them for the ultimate effect.


No space is ever complete without the small, personal touches. The blanket and throw pillows on the sitting bench, the woven rug, and all the small details that you put on the table, can make a huge difference in the feel that your outdoor space emits. After all, you know that beauty lies in the details.

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do.