Outdoor Furniture Retailers Twin Falls ID

Local resource for outdoor furniture retailers in Twin Falls, ID. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to furniture stores, outdoor furniture repair, outdoor furniture sets, as well as information on outdoor furniture outlets and content on outdoor furniture.

Ashley Home Furniture Store
(208) 737-9600
1708 Kimberly Rd
Twin Falls, ID
 
Lee's Jim Upholstery
(208) 733-0511
235 Blue Lakes Blvd S
Twin Falls, ID
 
Sleep Solutions
(208) 733-9133
578 Blue Lakes Blvd N
Twin Falls, ID
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Furniture and Appliance Outlet Store
(208) 736-2622
127 2nd Ave W
Twin Falls, ID
 
Blacker Appliance and Furniture
(208) 733-1804
223 2nd Ave East
Twin Falls, ID
 
Master Upholstery
(208) 734-0546
811 Main Ave W
Twin Falls, ID
 
Ken's Pianos Sales & Service
(208) 734-7061
565 Butte Dr
Twin Falls, ID
 
M & T Upholstery
(208) 734-4848
3572 N 3300 E
Twin Falls, ID
 
Banner Home Furnishings
(208) 733-1421
201 Main Ave East
Twin Falls, ID
 
Hancock Fabrics
(208) 733-0855
1763 Fillmore St
Twin Falls, ID
 
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Spruce Up Your Patio for Spring

The sun is shining, and the season for barbeques and block parties is arriving. For those of you lucky enough to have a patio or deck area, you can prepare to use it for the spring with a few tricks that will improve the eye appeal and functionality of the area including the use of color, statues, plants, and furniture. You can spruce up your patio for spring with these cost-effective tips.
 
The first thing to do in order to grab attention is to get some eye appeal using color. Earthy tones are always popular for patio furniture, looking modern but still able to function outdoors. Green and yellows complement a lot of patio furniture, which you can use throughout your patio as subtle hints, a clay pot or statue for example. Shiny metals (chrome, tin, iron, bronze) also add a lot to eye appeal on your patio, for example a fire pit with bronze cage or tiles can do the trick, as well as some art pieces or hanging lamps (however you don’t want to go overboard and make it "clutter-central").
 
Soothing sounds can also spruce up your patio for spring time. Hanging a stunning wind chime or bamboo chime can give your patio a calming zen-like feel. A fountain is another great way to incorporate soothing sounds into your patio, making it a relaxing haven to retreat to after a hard days work.
 
A nice scent also brings a relaxing feel to your patio and is a cost-effect easy spruce; you can plant aromatic flowers or herbs nearby in pots or beds. It will add a nice scent, and give your patio more color. Scented candles are another way to spruce up your patio for spring without breaking your bank.
 
Texture can do a lot in terms of decoration and functionality. It can add depth, and in a patio’s case can also hide drab grey concrete with a floor or deck area rug. Also adding interesting plants can give your patio depth, as well as bringing in fresh oxygen to the area.
 
Although it’s not always about styl...

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