This summer, more and more homeowners are looking to enhance their outdoor spaces with diverse and versatile features, transforming them into personal oases.
According to 87% of experts, the current state of the pandemic is still impacting homeowners and how they use and invest in building their homes and outdoor living spaces. With many people choosing to stay at home more than ever, living outdoors has an even greater appeal. Even as options are gradually opening up, many families continue to invest in their homes from home.
*For outdoor living in 2022, most experts agree that homeowners create spaces that can be used year-round. This means spaces such as outdoor patios, gazebos, and outdoor kitchens. When resting outdoors, people often use cushions, cushions, and seats with high frequency to make outdoor life more comfortable and beautiful.
*Creating outdoor spaces with indoor impact has been a trend during the pandemic, and it's still in vogue this year. This is related to space and also shows that people want to have more creative space. The seamless transition from indoors to outdoors helps create a calming environment.
*Outdoor relaxation is one of the most popular ways to use outside spaces, and in addition to areas for picnics, gatherings, and socializing, these areas are also great places for family activities, parent-child communication.
During the pandemic, more homeowners yearn for home and outdoor life and also have a new definition and evaluation of life. From cushions when resting outdoors to entertainment when relaxing outdoors, although the activities are different, there is one thing in common: the outdoor space is an extension of the home, a new way of life.