Terrace oriental design – 6 ideas for a terrace like from 1001 night

For those who like it opulent and colourful, but still stylish, an orientally designed terrace is exactly the right thing. Bring the dream of 1001 nights home.

Oriental terrace
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Anyone who has ever travelled to the faraway lands of the Orient knows that the Orient with all its facets, colours and smells knows how to convince. Once you’ve been there, you’ll always want to remember it. But why only reminisce when you can also bring the oriental flair home? With the skilful mix of colours, patterns and light, you can fulfil your dream of 1001 nights on the terrace in no time at all. There you can let yourself fall and dive into the wonderful world of the Orient.

This is how you design your terrace orientally

❍ Tip 1 – Colour design:

Before we start with the actual furnishing of the terrace, we first devote ourselves to the colour design. Because the oriental furnishing can go in two different directions. In the natural, rather earthy direction or in the colourful one. Depending on the furnishing variant, you should use the following colors:

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❍ Brown
❍ Beige
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❍ Fireplace red
❍ mustard yellow
❍ Yellow
❍ Blue
❍ Green
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❍ Grey

In the Orient, colors even have a deeper meaning. In Morocco, for example, the color blue symbolizes expanse and protection from evil spirits.

❍ Tip 2 – Floor design:

Don Burke

I am Don Burke, one of the authors at My Garden Guide.  I am a horticulturist that cultivates, grows, and cares for plants, ranging from shrubs and fruits to flowers. I do it in my own garden and in my nursery. I show you how to take care of your garden and how to perform garden landscaping in an easy way, step by step.I am originally from Sydney and I wrote in local magazines. Later on, I have decided, more than two decades ago, to create my own blog. My area of specialization is related to orchid care, succulent care, and the study of the substrate and the soil. Therefore, you will see many articles dedicated to these disciplines. I also provide advice about how to improve the landscape design of your garden.

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