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Move the indoors out by screening in a patio cover
Painted exposed rafter patio cover project
If an outdoor kitchen doesn't sound relaxing enough, how about an outdoor fireplace?
There's nothing like cooking outside in your own custom outdoor kitchen
Stained cedar pergolas and patio covers can really make that Texas rustic feel pop
Relax in your backyard on your own treated pine deck
Trex Transcend decking is a great low maintenance long term decking solution
Enhance the look of your plain cedar privacy fence with decorative cedar lattice panels like these, then plant the vine of your choice below and watch it grow
Beautify your concrete patio by covering it with slate
Open gable, exposed rafter patio cover project
Stained treated pine pergola with built in benches over concrete patio covered with flagstone
Cover up that boring concrete slab in the backyard with flagstone
Stained exposed rafter patio cover project
Closed gable patio cover over treated pine deck
Shed roof style patio cover project
Open gable with painted pine T&G ceiling patio cover project
A simple stacked stone outdoor kitchen can fit on most covered patios
This entire building was added to this pool project to house the outdoor kitchen, outdoor fireplace, pool storage room and pool bath.
This 9 x 15 screened-In patio cover was added to an existing 5 x 15 patio built with the home making it a usable 14 x 15 room for the cost of a 9 x 15. Expanding what you already have can mean big savings.
Great space to relax with your spouse by the fireplace after you put the kids to bed or entertain family and friends year round. The patio cover looks like it was built with the home and the deck and pergola will be complete once the hot tub is delivered this coming week.
A simple pergola can offer shade but also define a space in your yard for entertaining or just relaxing with a book.
Treated pine decking is still the least expensive and with two coats of a six year semi-transparent stain, maintenance should remain relatively low.
The detail and personal touches you can create with a gazebo are nearly endless; from this cozy 12 x 12 or a larger entertaining 20 x 20, if your yard has the room for it.
This picture hardly does justice to the finished product, this ceiling looks amazing in person...
This takes your average cedar pergola up a notch...
Nothing like 600 square feet of deck, pergola and swim spa to cut down on that backyard mowing...
A gazebo can really define an area in your yard. This one is stained walnut and includes benches to enjoy a dry bed moss rock water feature and landscaping along with a new cedar privacy fence in the back.
This dry bed moss rock water feature creates a focal point for any landscaping project.
Pergolas can also define spaces in your yard. This one has been stained walnut and includes benches, a flagstone pathway and landscaping.
Gazebos can define spaces in your yard for relaxing or entertaining. This one is stained walnut and includes benches, concrete walkways and landscaping.
Even in small areas, pergolas and decks can help define a space and add to the beauty of a well landscaped yard.
Once the hot tub and bar stools arrive, you can sit in the hot tub while watching the game stage right...
Once the hot tub and bar stools arrive, you can either enjoy the hot tub or sit at the bar with your favorite beverage.
Who needs a breezeway when you can have a beautiful 550 square foot patio cover in its place?
This ceiling even looks better in person.
Why watch the kids swim through a window on the back of your house, when you can sit under a 17 x 34 pavilion with friends and family instead?