Intimate SpaceMediterranean Patio, Phoenix

A colorful and enjoyable dining patio that has a moveable shade fabric patio cover. The fabric is Sunbrella and can be removed to be washed and put away. The window in the wall, frames the green fig vine, and opens the space, while adding a burst of color
Mike Woodall

Patio - mediterranean patio idea in Phoenix with a pergola —  Houzz
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wleithem wrote:Sep 13, 2013
  • Deneen Tomayko
    Do you have a close up of the attachment/magnet/clip apparatus?
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    Earth Art Landscape
    They are just simple magnets sewn in the fabric like shower curtains of old...
Jerry Aaron wrote:May 17, 2015
  • Jerry Aaron

    Thank you for the quick reply.

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    Infinity Canopy

    EAL, thank you for the for the vote of confidence!

Sara wrote:Mar 13, 2016
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    Earth Art Landscape
    You can this at Mexican Tile Company, or online at Fuego tile.
tropp wrote:May 29, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to Get the Details That Brought These 15 Patios to LifeAug 31, 2015

    8. An Exotic Spot for Breakfast in PhoenixLocation: Right off a kitchen and breakfast nook in PhoenixSize: 500-square-foot (46.4-square-meter) patioRobin Stockton and Morgan Holt of Earth Art Landscape utilized bold color and channeled details from the grand bazaars of India to create a warm, exotic destination right off the kitchen in this Phoenix home. Retractable shade covers, a tiled water feature and heat-tolerant tiles and stone create a cooling environment that can withstand the desert Southwest’s harsh temperatures.See this patio’s details | Browse outdoor dining tables

    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to Patio Details: Sliding Fabric Panels Filter the Light Just RightMay 4, 2015

    Designers: Robin Stockton and Morgan Holt of Earth Art LandscapeLocation: South-facing patio right off the kitchen and breakfast nook in a Phoenix-area homeSize: 500-square-foot (46.4-square-meter) patioBudget (includes labor): Pergola: $2,500Fabric for shade panel: $900Outdoor kitchen: $3,000Orange wall: $2,500Paving: $18,000 (for pouring entirely new concrete patio and then installing cantera and Saltillo tile)Purpose: This protected outdoor dining area allows the homeowners to take as much advantage as possible of their patio space and gives them a space right off the kitchen where they can sit, eat and relax.Patio furniture: Arizona Iron Furniture with Sunbrella fabric cushions

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    luisa_escandon
    Luisa Escandon added this to CocinaAug 21, 2019

    El fondo de la pared natural con el cuadro amarillo de la pared

    joynoellerocker
    joynoellerocker added this to BackyardJun 8, 2019

    I am looking at the ability to pull those curtain things over the table.

    ichaeasteregg
    Isaiah Estela added this to odd yard ideasApr 12, 2019

    Canvas on cables used as shade when pulled out tight

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