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How To Winter Accessorize Your Alfresco

Although it was traditional years ago to enclose patios or alfresco areas using sliding glass doors or the odd brick wall – these days alfresco designs are a lot more exciting and open. Many prefer the open alfresco so they can embrace the famous hot weather Perth is renowned for.

But what about those colder months? Well, it may be very well that the alfresco area isn’t used as often in winter, but you will still want to protect your outdoor furnishings, and with the right outdoor heating – you can still entertain guests and relax in comfort.

Now is the time to start winter accessorizing your alfresco. Kickstart your design ideas today.

Here’s how to winter accessorize your alfresco:

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Wicker outdoor set, timber decking and an in-built fireplace. Wood, warmth, comfort.  Via The Providence Display home by Ventura Homes.
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A mixture of comfort, colour and luxe in this alfresco with a louvered cover, dark pillars and inviting couches. Via Houzz.
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Trimdeck profile polycarb roof sheeting with colorbond capping. Weathered-timber decking and an in-built fireplace via The Macquarie Display Home by Ventura Homes.
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An under deck alfresco space with a stunning fireplace ledge and feature brick. The pop of bright colour is a complimentary fit. Via Houzz.
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Turn your alfresco into a BBQ entertainment area with the addition of bar stools and a pergola feature. Via The Spectrum by Ventura Homes.
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An outdoor wicker suite is a solid weather-proof investment. Accessorize with gorgeous pillows and throw rugs. Via Houzz.
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Natural-stone coloured area with in-built L-shaped bench makes this alfresco a cosy little retreat. Via Houzz
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Timber deck flooring, couches and wicker furniture. Via Shangri-La Display Home by Ventura Homes