on 24 Nov 21
Categories: Design & Decor
Living in such a beautiful climate, many of us are on a quest to bring the outdoors in. Especially with summer coming on, there’s no reason to shut ourselves away inside but we all do need to spend a certain amount of time at home. Creating a good outdoor living space can ensure you are able to enjoy the best of both worlds- the comfort of home and the fresh air.
As you may have seen, there are now outdoor living room sets that are just as comfortable as those found indoors. They’ve got the right cushioning, beautiful fabrics and textures but are made to withstand constant exposure to wind, sun, cold and rain. There are also outdoor cooking solutions that are every bit as convenient as the range in your kitchen and even your oven.
Right in line with this concept are outdoor blinds form ColorBlinds & Interiors. As we continue to seek new and innovative ways to create outdoor living spaces we can actually ‘live’ in, one of the next logical steps is to help shield this space. It’s all about making it as comfortable as being indoors while highlighting the natural surroundings.
ColorBlinds & Interior’s Outdoor blinds may sound like a bit of an oxymoron when you’re trying to enjoy those beautiful views, but you may be amazed at how much flexibility they offer.
Logically, outdoor blinds can shield you from the sun and wind. Lowering a blind when it gets a bit too warm can allow you to remain in your outdoor living space comfortably- there’s less worry about finishing lunch before it gets too hot, for example, or taking your book inside because the wind begins to blow.
Your blinds can also help give your outdoor living space an element of privacy. If you’re fortunate enough to have plenty of space this may not be an issue, but those of us with nearby neighbours may welcome the chance to enjoy a bit more seclusion outdoors. Stage a romantic candlelight dinner or just kick off your shoes and lay on your sofa in peace. With ColorBlinds & Interior’s outdoor blinds you can enjoy your solitude.
Another benefit of having a blind you can lower is that they protect the space from the elements. Preserve your furniture and fixtures for longer by shielding them from dust, sand, and the harsh Namibian sun. Have fun with your design, add a few special touches and create a barrier between the space and the harmful elements.
Blinds give you a way to regulate temperature even before it becomes an issue. If it’s chilly outside, step out onto your terrace or garden living space and lower your blinds to block the wind. If it’s already hot just lower your blinds to keep the space as shady as possible. Being able to regulate the temperature and control the amount of light you let in also helps you create a comfortable growing space for your plants that don’t like direct sunlight.
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