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Gorgeous heavy wrought-iron fixtures. By Capitol Lighting at www.1800lighting.com/
I can make it open the veranda and put the curtains.
This is what I am going to use the space for when my hammocks are not in use.
That's the idea, to entertain.
Love the curtains.
Note the bouganvilia creeping up the post. Love it.
Lovely. Part of the dame screened porch
Part of the same screened porch.
Loove this verandah with the kitchen.
Fabulous varanda!! Love the floor!
like the light idea and like the veranda.
Use one long bench for multiple seating areas. Make the most of your space by using a built-in bench long enough to span several seating areas. Vary the height of your bench so you can position an outdoor dining table at one end and make a lounge area at the other end.
Channel elements of your dream getaway. Love the Italian Riviera? A built-in stone seat with an architectural backrest and striped cushions, plus café chairs and a big umbrella nearby, will bring the look home. Even if you can't jet off to Italy, you can enjoy a pretty fabulous staycation in your own yard.
Don't forget to paint the ceiling blue.
Love this set up with the dining table under the veranda and the seating/reading area ahead.
Curtains can help filter out sunlight on the sides too. Flowing fabric delivers a soft, elegant touch to any outdoor space while helping to control both sun and shade.