Alta Canyada BBQ Patio contemporary-patio
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Alta Canyada BBQ Patio Contemporary Patio, Los Angeles

Chelsea Construction Corp.
Patio kitchen - mid-sized contemporary backyard stone patio kitchen idea in Los Angeles with no cover — Houzz

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flarns wrote:
Are these lights permanent fixtures - or temporary (for parties, etc.)?
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Hometown Evolution Inc.
We have a ton of these lights in stock!
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Ashley Turns

I just love the adorable and whimsical look these outdoor lighting fixtures give this patio. My husband and I are remodeling our backyard, and we are wondering how to find the best outdoor lighting for the area. Since we want our backyard to have a whimsical and adorable feel to it, we will have to find some fixtures like this. 

pancake4 wrote:
Susie - Where can I purchase the patio furniture?
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Chelsea Design + Construction

Thank you for your interest in our project. Unfortunately the home owners purchased the patio furniture themselves so I don't have any info on this.

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It is the Montauk collection from Restoration Hardware (I had purchased the lounge chairs a number of years ago). Unfortunately, they stopped carrying that design quite some time ago.

Brett Gioimo wrote:
Poles - Where did you get the poles to hang the string lights from or what did you use?
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Chelsea Design + Construction

Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately the home owner hung these lights himself so we don't know what was used.

Heather Williams wrote:
What countertop material is used?

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Rachel Grace added this to Make Outdoor Magic With String Lighting
These are reminiscent of Ballard Designs' Cafe String Lights, with each bulb's light reflected off a petal-shape galvanized shade.
Lauren Dunec Design added this to How to Hang String Lights Outdoors
How to Hang String Lights1. Identify where mounting support is needed. Lay out your string light cords along the ground — or have a friend help you hold them up — in the configuration you’ve chosen. Mark an X with a pencil or place a piece of painters tape where you need support to hold them up. Trees, fences, porches, pergola roofs or the eaves of your house are perfect existing supports if they’re in the right place. If they are, mark where you’ll need to install mounting hooks. Don’t have perfectly positioned natural supports? Learn how to hang outdoor string lights in a backyard without trees below.
Leslie Reichert added this to 10 End-of-Summer Cleanup Tips for Outdoor Spaces
4. Remove and Store Outdoor Lighting Don’t make the mistake of leaving your outdoor string lights up all winter. The odds are great that the bulbs and wiring will get damaged by wind, ice and snow. Take the time to wrap them up and store them until next spring.Browse outdoor string lights

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Outdoor kitchen backing onto the rock face....
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fun, simple, just no winter use
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Love the furniture set-up. Lounge chair....

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