Clovelly HouseTransitional Deck, Sydney
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Merge indoors and out. If you invested in sliding doors that open your interior to the yard, you can extend your livable space — both visually and practically — with a sail. Put yours over a dining area, outdoor kitchen or seating space but (note to self) not a barbecue.
2. Crank out an awning. For more flexibility, and with fickle weather to contend with, even during the summer months, a retractable waterproof awning is the best option. You can commit to your evening dinner alfresco, even if the weather looks a bit doubtful, and create a cool and inviting outdoor area during the day while still having an area that’s light and bright for entertaining.