Tips & Tricks

Restore Outdoor Cushions after a Zombie Apocalypse

Restore Outdoor Cushions after a Zombie Apocalypse
Posted by Alicia Andrews  in Tips & Tricks

Note: In response to the Centers for Disease Control‘s recent Preparedness Guides for the Zombie Apocalypse, this light-hearted article will teach you how to replace or restore outdoor cushions after a zombie apocalypse.

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3 Things to Consider Before Your Next Outdoor Gathering

3 Things to Consider Before Your Next Outdoor Gathering
Posted by Anita Winter  in Tips & Tricks

If you’re running out of ideas on how to decorate your deck or back yard, you’ll be interested to know that it only takes three key elements to complete the outdoor room of your dreams. Outdoor gatherings require lots of food, fun, and relaxation. By utilizing your space, furniture and accessories, you can turn a boring, blah outdoor space into a beautiful room that everyone will talk about!

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Outdoor settings for fall and winter gatherings

Posted by Anita Winter  in Tips & Tricks

patio heaters, outdoor heaters, fire pits, patio fireplaces

During the fall and winter months most of us are accustomed to staying indoors and snuggling under a blanket next to a fire. Even though cooler months are headed this way you can still create an outdoor setting perfect for fall and winter with a few minor changes to your current outdoor area.

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Deep seating cushions explained

Posted by admin  in Tips & Tricks

Miami Deep Seating Sofa Group

Deep seating as a phrase simply refers to a style of furniture. Think of a lounge chair, loveseat or sofa that can only be comfortably sat on with cushions. The furniture is nothing more than a frame without a cushion. In many cases, the furniture may not have anything other than a simple support structure for holding a cushion. The part of the frame that holds the seat cushion is very low to the ground. If you sat in it without a cushion (assuming you could) you would be sitting close to the ground and be very uncomfortable.

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