5 inspiring outdoor cinema set-ups for your garden
Create your own outdoor cinema for date nights or family get togethers. Here’s a few examples to inspire you…
Garden styling is massive for 2020 and transforming your outdoor space into an extension of your home where you can enjoy time with friends and family is a simple pleasure. Take a look at these outdoor cinema set-ups that we’re truly envious of.
It’s impossible not to be blown away by Olivia’s outdoor cinema scheme. She has fully decked the area and added a stylish seating area as well as bundles of fairy lights to give it a whimsical feel.
Step into bohemia
This boho-inspired scheme is perfect for those wanting to cosy up on chilly summer evenings with a hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows. Opt for rattan furniture with plenty of textured throws and cushions ,as well as layered rugs so friends and family can sit wherever.
You don’t have to have the biggest garden in the world to create an effective outdoor cinema. We love this monochrome look by Laurie from @lifeofaninteriorstylist, it’s simple but looks chic and super cosy. What outdoor set-up is complete without a firepit, right?
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Outdoor cinema nights are my new favourite thing. My fiancé thought I’d lost it when I said I wanted to convert the shed in to a summer house and put a screen up opposite that we can watch films on. But the idea really came together and we picked up the projector second hand for £30 and the screen for £20. Creating the home you want doesn’t have to come at a huge cost. I really want to watch a horror next, what are your favourite horror movies? So hard to find good ones 🎥 🧡
If you want your garden dining area separate from your outdoor cinema space, then there’s no need to invest in more furniture. Use floor cushions and blankets to create a cosy space. Take note from @happybohemianhome, no outdoor cinema is complete without popcorn!
Mix up your outdoor cinema set-up for a sophsticated and modern look. Mismatch furniture and pick more formal options such as a structured sofa and then make the scheme feel more relaxed by opting for a rattan egg chair. Having your film projected onto your garden fence is a fab idea as is provides a generally flat surface.
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