If you like outdoors but don’t enjoy biting mosquitoes and other flying pests, a closed porch is the right choice for you. A life room patio allows you to enjoy the sights and sounds of nature without accosted by it. Entertaining on a closed porch is fun too. Make your porch comfortable and be able to accommodate a small group of friends on a summer evening. Decorate your porch with colors and themes from nature and turn it into a sizzling outdoor space.
Upgrade regular wicker furniture into a thing of beauty. Spray paint vide with light green spray paint. Apply multiple layers for an even look. Add matching green cushions with dragonfly motifs to the fabric. Choose pillows that are weather-resistant due to rain drifts on your porch. Top rattan end tables and coffee table with mounted clear glass. Place two glass inserts on top of each other and put paper dragonflies in between glass for decoration. Hang large paper dragons from the porch ceiling. Buy green dragonfly-themed shower curtains to hang in windows. Use drawbars to hang curtains to give your porch integrity.
Blue and white ticking gives your life room patio a nautical feel. Decorate blue porch furniture with blue and white striped pillows. Clean the boards and walls. This will give them a weathered look. Use an old boat wheel as an interesting side table or hang it on a wall for interest. Wrap boat rope around the base of a porch lamp or fill a clear glass lamp base with seashells. Arrange a tray of small boats in a wooden bowl and place it on a side table. Set a 3-foot-tall stone pelican in a corner for a whimsical touch.