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Maintain a One-Color Palette

Many gardens offer a riotous blend of color and texture; in those spaces it’s often good decorating practice to provide a soothing stop-over for the eye and mind with furniture and fabrics. Case in point: this comfortable seating arrangement, just off an expansive outdoor kitchen. Weathered-teak chairs and toned-down red cushions blend into the background so the decorative screening and interplay of textures—stone, wood, grass, plants, pond—can take center stage.

Source: Better Homes & Gardens

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