The producers of thetelevision program, Business Day with Terry Bradshaw (www.businessdaytv.com) are proud to announce the launch of a new series: Bringing the Inside Out. The Business Day Terry Bradshaw TV show airs nationwide.
When it comes to designing spaces, more and more people are paying attention to the areas outside of their homes. No longer just slabs of concrete with lounges, patios are becoming as sophisticated in décor and materials as indoor living spaces. A new focus in interior design is bringing the inside out; creating stylish, outdoor living rooms complete with beautiful furniture and fabrics, intimate lighting, cozy rugs, charming accessories, and lush landscaping.
Design experts say the key to creating an outdoor living space is adding comfortable qualities from inside the home, to the outside living area, and selecting pieces which can withstand the environment. For example, throws and pillows made with durable fabrics can soften the feel of the outdoor space, and enhance the idea that it’s an extension of the indoors. Area rugs are a great addition to the outdoor space, as well. They create a warm and inviting area that feels like a second family room. Other accessories can be added, including sofa tables, colorful linens, and decorative pieces.
The update to the outside space can be as simple and inexpensive as tossing pillows on the outdoor furniture, adding a touch of comfort, or as involved as remodeling the backyard into a collection of open-air spaces –an intimate retreat in front of a fireplace, a bar for entertaining, and a conversation area near the pool. The Bringing the Inside Out series will show viewers great ideas for designing dream outdoor living spaces.
Business Day with Terry Bradshaw reviews new industry trends and identifies stories for television and Internet content. The television show educates viewers on a wide-variety of emerging concepts, suitable for families, businesses, lifestyles, and financial futures. The show’s host, Terry Bradshaw, is known to many as one of the greatest quarterbacks of the NFL. Since retiring from the gridiron in 1984, the twice-named Super Bowl MVP has remained a familiar face on television. Bradshaw became a color analyst for CBS Sports on their NFL broadcasts and later one of their in-studio co-hosts. He eventually joined The NFL Today. After ten years with CBS, Bradshaw joined Fox Sports in 1994. He became one of the co-hosts and analysts on Fox NFL Sunday. The Business Day television show airs nationally and regionally on many popular television networks. For more information, please visit www.businessdaytv.com.