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5 Lovely Looks You'd Want for Your Lanai

Work with a theme and experiment with colors and furniture

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Having a flourishing outdoor area allows us to enjoy the benefits of an extra living area, dining nook, and a cozy space where we can relax, meditate, and enjoy life's simplest pleasures. If you love working on easy home improvement projects from time to time, you may want to allot a portion of your budget and precious time to creating a lanai where you can hold parties and get-togethers.

To get you started, here are five themes that you may want to consider for the final look of your space. Sticking to a theme can be easier as it would be a breeze to choose colors that go well together as well as pick pieces that complement each other. Have some fun decorating and check these out:

Main photos from: Details Oriented and Homedit.

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