How Can You Vamp Up Your Exterior Design This Winter?
Greenery - Outdoor lighting - Composite cladding
Winter is the time we most focus on the interior of our homes. We tend to spend our winters cooped up inside where it’s warm with a nice fire or under a cosy blanket. So, naturally, this is the time we also do more to decorate our interior spaces to create the perfect private environment for spending your downtime in. But all too often in winter our exterior spaces suffer, and we end up with a mess of a garden to sort out by Spring! But here are a few things you can do to spruce up the exterior of your home during those cold winter months!
Plant Winter Greenery
Even the most gorgeous of flowerbeds and garden greens can wilt during winter, leaving you with a flat and unattractive outdoor area that you’ll shy away from spending time in. Planting evergreen trees, bushes, or other year-round plants will leave you with a beautiful exterior throughout the colder months. The right blend of deciduous and evergreen plants will give you an incredible garden all year, every year!
Set Up Outdoor Lighting
Outdoor lighting is a perfect way to make your garden area more functional and attractive during the dark winters. Oftentimes during winter, the sun has set long before we’ve even come home from work, making it feel much later than it is! Outdoor lighting can be used to both make your outdoor space useable during this time and to make it look incredible!
Install Composite Cladding
Installing cladding on your home is a wonderful way to protect your property’s exterior walls and windows from weathering or erosion, so winter is the perfect time to clad your home to protect from the wind and rain and provide an extra layer of insulation to keep your home warm! Composite cladding is low maintenance and rot-free, and available in a range of colours and finishes to match any aesthetic! Recladding your home with composite cladding in time for winter can help create a beautiful exterior while also preparing your home for the colder, wetter weather! There’s never been a better time to reclad your home.