3 Tips for Outdoor Entertaining from TAMKO


Are you planning an outdoor party? Whether your home lacks adequate indoor space or you just want to get out and enjoy the fresh air, outdoor parties are a great way to relax and spend time with friends and family. But, before you send out the invites, consider these outdoor party tips from TAMKO Building Products:

  1. Consider the location: Just as with buying a house or commercial property, location is everything when it comes to throwing an unforgettable outdoor party. If you’re someone who does a lot of entertaining at home, you could consider investing in a beautiful and functional deck. Not only will it provide a great space for parties, but also a daily-use space where you could come out back and unwind with a book after a long workday. There are many different, wood-alternative decking products to choose from that will satisfy your budget and style. For instance, TAMKO’s Envision series of composite decking offers beautiful color variation and random wood-grain patterns for a deck that’s appealing and unique.
  1. Check the weather: While this tip may seem a little obvious, it’s an important one that’s worth noting. Weather predictions often change as the party date draws closer, so be sure to stay up-to-date on the latest forecast. Have a back-up plan in case there ends up being unforeseen inclement weather.
  1. Add a pop of color: Create an environment that’s energetic and inviting by adding a pop of color. Think about adding warm, bright colors like reds, oranges and yellows. You can easily add a pop of color through your décor and party decorations, such as patio lights, patio cushions, table cloths and table settings, and disposable plates and napkins.

How do you prepare for an outdoor party? What are your favorite outdoor entertaining tips?


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