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Outdoor Living Room Designs

An outdoor living room can be created with salvaged windows, weathered seating and rustic garden ornaments. They turn a small deck into an enchanted spot for entertaining. Garden walls help a patio or deck feel like a living room, regardless of their being made out of greenery, stone or old church windows.

Small gothic windows from salvage yards and antique shops provide an outdoor living room with the necessary dramatic effect. More drama can be achieved through hanging divided-light double-hangs from the bottom using eye screws and hooks.

A 1940s spring chair reproduction is a perfect option for a vintage styled metal seating for an outdoor living room. It provides the needed splash of bold color to the surroundings. An iron candle stand or handcrafted floor candelabra can be incorporated for that extra Gothic touch to the atmosphere.

An armillary sundial is among the rustic garden ornaments that can be used for an outdoor living room. It can be a spherical sundial, usually made from cast iron. It was an astronomy teaching tool that dates back to ancient times and used as a popular accent in 19th-century gardens.

With its classical shape and Greek key detail, an old-world urn is sure to provide the look of an ancient stone in the outdoor living room. For the added evocation of an old world look, woven tapestries, Aubusson rugs and accessories with a distressed gift finish can complete the ensemble.

Homeowners who want to achieve an Old World look to their outdoor living room must realize that the space must possess a comfortable, broken-in atmosphere showing the wear and tear of its elements. Highly polished, reflective surfaces must give way to distressed, matte and honed finishes.

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