Interior designer Rebecca Johnston has been serving the Los Angeles area since 2007. Her firm, RJohnston Interiors, draws inspiration from classical design elements and integrates them into modern spaces. The Mediterranean Los Angeles patio (photo above) is a prime example of this approach: it’s an eclectic, luxurious space fit for enjoyment in any season. Since her firm is located in Southern California, a big part of Johnston’s business is designing for outdoor living. Read on to get her thoughts on essential accents for outdoor spaces and how infrared patio heaters seem to keep homeowners more comfortable outdoors than traditional models.
Outdoor design trends for spring 2018 are all about incorporating affordable luxury into your own backyard. Get ready for the outdoor living season by turning your patio into a peaceful, lush oasis through low-maintenance water fixtures, a color refresh, and vintage materials. Create your own peaceful sanctuary by building a shaded pergola or a sun-kissed open air living room.
Falling leaves, cozy bonfires, and abundant harvests: rustic style just makes sense in the autumn. This season, play up woodsy, natural design elements to create a fall look for your home or cabin that accentuates the beauty of fall and also accommodates cooler temperatures. We’re sharing some of our favorite outdoor accessories that will help you bring charming bucolic atmosphere to your outdoor rooms — whether you live in the big city or live surrounded by the forest’s changing hues.
It may be hard to believe, thanks to the current August heat, but autumn is just around the corner. The seasonal change means cooler nights, stronger winds, and for many of us, a close to the outdoor living season. Fortunately, our heaters can help your family extend that summer warmth so you can enjoy the changing leaves and crisp air a little bit longer. They’re eco-friendly, operate for just pennies a day, and offer customizable climate zones and heat that doesn’t blow away when the wind picks up.
Aaron Neubert, founder of ANX, is one of the top architects for designing contemporary homes and commercial spaces in Los Angeles. Because of his expertise in making beautiful, complex designs that are still practical and functional, his projects have been featured in various publications such as the LA Times, which recently featured a home Aaron Neubert designed in the Hollywood Hills. We talked to him about his inspirations and why Infratech heaters were his top choice for this project.