Baby boomers and folks with lot’s of discretionary income are “turning kitchens inside out, with outdoor dining furniture and gear that mimic indoor living. Some companies are even selling artwork to be hung outdoors and, oddly enough, artificial plants designed for outside use,” according to Time Magazine author Lisa McLaughlin .
Personally, I can’t wait to re-do our backyard patio area. I just bought some outrageous lighting that looks like tulip plants, as well as I really think a steel garden gazebo would look great in my garden.
Of course, my husband would prefer the natural look of teak.del.icio.us | digg it! | reddit! | Google!