For starters, your awning creates an extension of your home. That means you get added lounge or dining area space. In fact, for businesses, this also means an added area for revenue generating dining seats or clothing racks. Here’s a quick list of things you can do with your awning, whether for home or restaurant/business:
· Home Play Area: For kids, this is a great way to go outdoors and stay off the street. Your backyard is part of your home and you can utilize it for a play area for your kids. That means you can set up soft floor coverings or mini playgrounds or even a gaming area that the kids can enjoy.
· Lounge Area: For home or business, you can create a lounge space where guests or your family can read. Think about setting up some nice chairs or other outdoor furniture and put some potted plants around so you can lounge a lazy Saturday away.
· Drop Screens & Curtains: These are great compliments to any awning, whether for a business or the home. Using a combination of screens and curtains, you can create an intimate space that is either an extension of your home or business. The area can be used for dining, lounging, or even watching TV if you set one up outside. The curtains keep out the wind and rain and sunlight but you still get the fresh air of the outdoors.