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Today we bring you this great dilemma. It is always a burden to choose the perfect color when Eden Garden offers us so much variety, and, in the end, we end up choosing the white or sand colors because they are the ones that seem to combine with anything, but …

 

Do I want to be original based on the colors of my terrace?

Of course, yes, it is always a pleasant surprise for the clients of your business or your family and friends if they are particular to see how our parasol melts or plays with the colors that surround its environment. So here we will show you the best combination of colors that you can choose based on the colors where you place your parasol;

 

*Blue: In the event that your area plays with different shades of blue, we recommend the following colors depending on the effect you are looking for:

Stylish: Blue, hazelnut, taupe, beige or gray

Boho: White, sand, and pastel autumn tones

Breaker: Oranges and reds

 

*Violet: In the event that your area plays with different shades of violet, we recommend the following colors depending on the effect you are looking for:

Elegant: White, black, gold

Boho: Roses, sand, and pastel spring tones

Breaker: Yellow and emerald

 

*Red: In the event that your area plays with different shades of red, we recommend the following colors depending on the effect you are looking for:

Elegant: Blacks and grays

Boho: Clay and sand

Breaker: Greens, whites and purples

 

*Green: If your area plays with different shades of green, we recommend the following colors depending on the effect you are looking for:

Elegant: Blacks and grays

Boho: Pinks and creams

Breaker: Reds, pinks and yellows

 

*Yellow: If your area plays with different shades of yellow, we recommend the following colors depending on the effect you are looking for:

Stylish: Beige, taupe and earth tones

Boho: Lavenders, sand and indigo

Breaker: Blues, purples, greens and pinks

 

*Orange: In the event that your area plays with different shades of orange, we recommend the following colors depending on the effect you are looking for:

Stylish: Beige, taupe and earth tones

Boho: Light blue, sand, pearl

Breaker: Blues, purples, greens and pinks

 

 

 

 

 

Las Sombrillas y el viento

 

Buenas, familia. En esta entrada de hoy quiero compartir con vosotros algo que es bastante controversial y necesita ser aclarado y es acerca de la fuerza que ejerce el viento en vuestras Sombrillas.

No debemos olvidar que, aunque sean sombrillas de alta gama, siguen siendo Sombrillas, por lo que la lona con exceso de aire hará ese efecto vela que tan poquito nos gusta y que puede desestabilizar la Sombrilla, incluido las que poseen sistema multivolante, llegando así a dañarla en casos más extremos.

 

¿Qué es el efecto vela y cómo puede afectar a mi Sombrilla?

El efecto vela es causado por rachas de viento más veloces de la cuenta. Consiste en que el viento se cuela bajo la Sombrilla y si no es multivolante, el aire se acumula en la lona empujándola así hacia arriba.

Velocidad del viento

Nosotros siempre os recomendamos que, si el viento sobrepasa los 30 kilómetros hora, cierren su Sombrilla, aunque es obligatorio ir controlando el paso del aire, ya que hay rachas de viento que son muy traicioneras, por lo que, si en ende quieres colocar una Sombrilla en tu zona pero es un lugar propenso a tener viento, deberás pedirte bases más pesadas o Sombrillas multivolantes.

Parasols and the wind

 

Good morning, family. In this post today I want to share with you something that is quite controversial and needs to be clarified and it is about the force that the wind exerts on your Parasols.

We must not forget that, although they are high*end Parasols, they are still Parasols, so the canvas with excess air will have that sail effect that we like so little and that can destabilize the Parasol, including those that have a multi-foil system, thus reaching to damage it in more extreme cases.

 

What is the sail effect and how can it affect my Parasol?

The sail effect is caused by gusts of wind that are faster than usual. It consists in that the wind sneaks under the Parasol and if it is not multivolating, the air accumulates on the canvas, thus pushing it upwards.

Wind speed

We always recommend that, if the wind exceeds 30 kilometers per hour, close your Parasol, although it is mandatory to control the passage of air, since there are gusts of wind that are very treacherous, so, if you want to place a Parasol in your area but it is a place prone to wind, you should ask for heavier bases or multi-foil Parasols.

 

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