FIREPLACE OR WOOD OVEN
You may have an outside porch that has a fireplace or wood-burning oven. If the meeting is outside, think of a menu that is cooked in the oven because that heat will fill the dining area.
WITH A CORNER IN THE OPEN AIR IS ENOUGH
Sometimes it is not necessary to set up a complete outdoor space to enjoy the winter sun. A corner is enough to sit down and let vitamin D flood us. Put a thick blanket on a bench or ledge so that the cold does not penetrate easily when you sit down and add a couple of cushions.
“SHELTER” THE TERRACE
For a terrace to be enjoyed in autumn or winter, it must be dressed for the occasion. Choose strong, thick, and warm fabrics such as felt, wool, fur, leather, cotton … Only with a cushion and blankets and plaids you will make it look warmer and they are perfect to throw on a nice sunny day in January.
The furniture that works best on a winter terrace is wooden because that natural and warm touch is inherent in it. But if your armchairs or loungers are of a different finish, cover them with small hair rugs or thick eighth blankets and you will give them the touch they need. A little trick for terrace decoration that works.
SUN LOUNGERS TOO (WITH BLANKETS)
With some outdoor loungers, plenty of thermal blankets, and a cup of tea, no one will be able to move you from your terrace. The same loungers that make you happy in summer (preferably folding in case you want to put them aside) can be covered with more seasonal textiles, such as wool or plush.
If you love Christmas at home, start with the terrace. With subtle details such as mistletoe or garlands of lights, you will get Santa Claus to arrive at your house sooner. Play with fir trees, with red and white tones… And not only Christmas can you celebrate on the winter terrace. Those winter birthdays also lend themselves to an aperitif in the sun with a turtleneck.