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Tatiana
Old Farm
Ideabooks24,932
Questions3
what is the size of the pergola? what is the size of the patio table?
Wisteria, as beautiful as it is, will completely ruin that pergola with it's huge twisting branches in a manner of a few years. Should have used Hardenbergia instead.
can we have patio table and chairs off to the side of the existing patio?
I like the way the lush, green grass butts up to the stone patio; the mixture of chairs with a bench seat; the wisteria-covered pergola; and the mature trees surrounding the yard for privacy. It looks so serene. ❤️
“3” — hiren2015
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Dear Lillie
Back Porch
Ideabooks2,075
Questions4
where did you get chairs? Love the simplicity of them.
Spring leaves on branches instead of flowers! All I need is a tree that doesn't mind being trimmed!
Add sliding glass doors to patio of 105???? Create sitting room!
White table and chairs with pops of aqua.
Love the chairs painted white- do this to the chairs and table?
On the porch, Homes mixes branches and greenery with antiques and finds from Target.Daybed: made from two antique headboards; pillows: Dear Lillie; tablecloth, pitcher, blue plates: Target; white plates: Pier 1; chairs: Antique Mall; armoire: Penelope'sMore Houzz Tours:Making 'Normal' Beautiful for LessWarm
“Striking black & white.” — dollyb33
Candace Barnes
4 Reviews
Ashbury Heights Residence 2
Ideabooks3,578
Questions8
with gnarled and twisted branches and standing on a root
moderne reproduction dining chair with cabriole legs and
Where are the chairs from. please?
What sort of finish is on those chairs? It looks like a combination of natural wood with some silver highlights.
Are you willing to share the type of wood the chairs are made of? I absolutely love the finish!
Mirrors for side of doors to patio
the chairs, the mirrors, the tree - fabulous!
Chairs are really nice. Rustic and dressy at
“if we can't afford amish - get chipboard n a cloth!!!!!!” — nicolebumpstead1989
The Taunton Press, Inc
Deck Ideas that Work!
Ideabooks7,391
Questions4
A deck & patio combo was a practical choice to connect this home to the backyard sloping site. Photo by: Randy O'Rourke, Deck Ideas that Work, The Taunton Press
mudroom leading to garden and patio
outdoor stairs - big enough for pots/chair
like the small porch with steps to patio
Outdoor patio with pavers and steps
The brick steps coming down to the yard could be used next to the driveway to get to the patio next to hearth room
the deck patio combo...love the slate
a broad flight of steps to the patio allows for that gradual transition.
Instead of stairs that go straight down to a patio or garden, a small deck provides a transitional space between a house's architecture and the yard. Leave enough room for an Adirondack chair or two so that you can lounge a
“use of large gathering area as a landing in a sloped yard” — rejacks
Chelsea Pineda Interiors
4 Reviews
Chesebro Ridge
Ideabooks2,173
Questions9
Beautiful lighting! Chandelier looks like branch coral!
painted branches and twigs echoes the trees in the wallpaper behind the bed, bringing the forest motif to three-dimensional life.Want a chandelier for your own bedroom? Here are a few options.
Twig chandeliers can take many forms. They can even be painted, like this gnarly mix of branches and twigs
“everything!” — Gabriela Lopez Orantes
JORDAHL CUSTOM HOMES
5 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks2,822
Questions3
Stone shaped planting area off the patio But don't like the mulch All looks bland
Stamped concrete patio with landscaped edges
A bit of landscaping by patio, but with color.
Short patio by the door opens to a larger patio to the left as you come outside.
Flow of patio with separate planting areas
Patio and landscape shape
Curved stone patio idea
entertainment patio...backyard patio...patio layout...Patio design...curved patio...to patio....Stairs with patio...stone patio
“Curves, bordered landscaping” — debwh99
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks28,319
Questions7
A tornado took out our backyard trees so we have to put in a patio.
Is the patio brick or pavers? If pavers do they have a name?
Like the brick work of patio
like the vine tower on the patio
two chairs and firepit on patio
Notice the curves on the patio
love the flooring and circular patio
just the two chairs could be very nice
A simple patio becomes something special with brick
Brick and StoneA brick patio has a charming, old-world look that would be right at home in any number of settings. Estimated cost: $8 to $16 per square foot, installedPro or DIY? A small, simple brick patio using the dry-laid method can be installed in a few weekends of dedicated work by someone who's
who's DIY savvy. A large patio or one with a complex design is probably best left to the pros.Process: A mason laying a brick patio will start by digging and leveling to prepare the ground. He or she will then lay concrete on top of crushed stone or gravel to form a base before laying the bricks with mortar
“ogrod” — projektszesnascie
Timothy Lee landscape design
14 Reviews
dining terrace
Ideabooks5,364
Questions6
This patio is beautiful. Can this be done with recycled concrete slabs from an old driveway?
Hi there What is the patio made of? cobble stones and?
How is the patio installed? Is it polymer sand or mortar/grout?
Wow , I must have been half asleep. In laying this patio, is there a depth difference between the large stone and the smaller brick..... Do you prepare and lay the larger first and then dig deeper a trench
like the contrast of materials on the patio
brick outline instead of pavers brick square for table and chairs
patio large and small stone
patio with raised stone planters and fire pit
“mix of bluestone and granite” — cngski
Patio Privacy: I need help finding a solution
Last year I added a stone patio. The only problem I need to resolve is privacy: how to add privacy with a style that fits the home? On one side of me I...
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