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Paul Hatgill, Designer: Hatgil Residence
How Ceiling Beams Run out towards Patio
wooden patio furniture
“How Ceiling Beams Run out towards Patio” — edgar
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
3 Reviews
Spa Oasis
Where did the patio furniture come from
Wall interesects with pool to create small patio
Patio furniture?...wooden patio deck...Wooden floor...patio cover...concrete patio
“Vertical to pool” — bktitan
Patricia B. Warren, AIA Warren Architecture, LLC
13 Reviews
Mid century House
Maggie Cole Architectural Photography. The addition of the Privacy wall at the left of the new French doors provides a very tranquil retreat for the new patio area. The geometry is strong, here rectilinear shapes are seen in the openings at the top of the wall and in the muntins of the French doors, tying
to organize patio off our bedroom.
Wooden steps? Paved all the way to house
Mid-century style patio furniture, small deck with clean patio beside, and a few planters. I also like the modern lighting.
Raised Stairs to patio, privacy wall
set up of steps going onto patio
white pavers...wonder if we can just extend out the patio in the same pattern
Small patio area with deck off door and stone patio
A small deck not only provides a transition between the architecture and the yard or patio, but it allows for amphitheater-style seating.
“L-shape steps” — lrvanderz
Merzbau Design Collective
1 Review
Wild Basin exterior
I've been trying to get ideas to add height to a patio. It's difficult with a low roof line.
There is a gutter at the back of the patio roof, with downspouts (visible on either side of the sliding door) that connect to pipes that carry the water under the patio and out into the yard, some distance away.
Flat patio roof with metal beams
Reverse Pitch Patio (to add height to the covered patio)
“Under patio light” — lamb1212
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Ilike the white wall with the wooden wall
wooden planting box for tree; could be an extension of the bench?
Private patio space off kitchen dinning.
mid century back patio
layout for outdoor patio
Cool slat privacy patio walls
Patio bar and wall...Back wooden wall...back patio idea...patio fence, nice...Wooden Bench...patio furniture
“Redwood planter” — Nate Hobba
Hagan Architects, Inc.
2 Reviews
Decatur Contemporary Renovation
what kind of wood did you use on the patio and stairs
left of the patio doors?
for the living room main floor for the patio slopes steps oversize for the upstairs bedroom
the storage shed and step down onto a concrete patio
Modern Ranch with patio
Simple steps leading to patio
Wooden deck...Step/ patio idea...Back patio...step-down to patio...The diagonal patio...Patio decking...back yard patio...patio door
“Step down” — hwilbanks
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Portland Mid-Century Modern
really love to set up a watering system when the home is built that will ensure they are watered and also drainage so the water won't damage the house / patio. Any suggestions on ways to manage this? Thanks!
I need ideas for planter boxes for our back patio. I like that this has space which can be used as a bench.
pergola, wooden planter. (wooden planter near driveway?)
interesting idea for building this over the dirt area in up patio
Idea for wooden planters - both front and back
“plantar box” — brendachristinemartin
Chioco Design
Exterior photo of addition
Is this wood deck built "over" a concrete patio? We have a concrete patio that must be 53 yrs old. Originally,
hkeyes, those chairs are similar to Salterini patio chairs. They are from the 1960's but you can still get them used online. Very cool, not cheap
No, there is no concrete under the wood deck. You can build over an old concrete patio if you core the existing concrete for your new piers.
the idea of a new material in patio, raised deck
ipe wood deck over cement patio?
wood deck over concrete patio that is 50 years old
Mix patio pavers and decking sitting on recessed joists
“Love chairs” — dhteeter
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