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A Splash of Luxury: How to Warm Up Your Garden

Your garden will provide a little bit of tranquility within the home. Yet, you might only use your outdoor space when the sun is shining. However, you don’t need to wait for warmer temperatures to make the most of your outdoor space. Simply find out how to warm up your garden, so it’s accessible all year long.

Install a Fire Pit

It’s not hard to see why fire pits are becoming so popular. Not only are they easy to use, but they are affordable, portable, and effortlessly stylish. There are numerous designs to choose from to complement your exterior, such as wood-burning styles; yet propane and gas are more environmentally-friendly options.

They’re also traditionally designed low to the ground, so they can make a great focal point when surrounded by stylish outdoor furniture, so they’re ideal for toasting marshmallows and making s’mores with friends.

Treat Yourself to a Hot Tub

Would you like to spend more time in your garden? Treat yourself to a luxurious hot tub, which can reach temperatures of 104 degrees F. You can position the hot tub on either a patio or decking, and they’ll provide the perfect place to relax those sore muscles after a long, hard day.

You’ll also be happy to learn you can use the hot tub in all weathers, even if it is snowing outside. Just make sure you have a fresh towel, robe, and slippers nearby when you decide to slip out. Hot tubs will also require regular maintenance, so ensure you invest in an iONRx natural hot tub sanitizer.


Do you not have the budget for a fire pit or hot tub? Opt for a chimenea, which is an affordable fire feature created from either metal or clay. Choose a sturdy design that features a spark screen for safety. You could also invest in a chimney extension for smoke ventilation. You can guarantee you’ll warm up in no time on a cold evening.

An Outdoor Fireplace

An outdoor fireplace will not only help you remain warm in your garden, but it will also become an impressive focal point that will wow your guests. Add outdoor furniture and a table near the fireplace to create an outdoor room that will welcome your loved ones into the relaxing space.

You can either invest in a custom-built design or you can try a do it yourself project, which you can make from either brick, concrete, or stone. The choice is yours. However, there are some considerations to make before you install an outdoor fireplace, such as low-hanging trees and whether smoke will blow into your neighbor’s backyard.

Heated Flooring

Add a splash of luxury to your garden by installing heated flooring within patio or decking. There are systems you can install to successfully warm up the flooring, which can also melt away snow. It’s one feature that will almost certainly impress your guests.

Have you got any helpful advice for warming up an outdoor space? Please share your garden tips by writing a comment.


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