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Example of a mid-sized trendy concrete patio design in Los Angeles

Liz StewartContemporary Patio, Los Angeles

I transformed a old dilapidated backyard hillside into an entertaining area by building a concrete bench onto the existing flat area. Added custom colorful cushions and pine fencing to hide the neighbors yard.

Example of a mid-sized trendy concrete patio design in Los Angeles —  Houzz

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ania wrote:May 5, 2011
  • bepsf
    I'd bet that the fabric on the cushions, bolsters and pillows are Sunbrella...
    http://www.sunbrella.com/
  • ania
    Thank you so much for your reply. Now I have a place to start looking... :)
matrixslader wrote:Jul 25, 2011
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    Liz Stewart
    The lines are scored into the cement when the concrete is still wet, so hand tools can be used. Hope this helps.
rdopirak wrote:Sep 3, 2012
What is the height both on the seat, and on the back? Thanks

  • Kathy C
    How deep is the bench( what size of cushion) and how tall is the back ? Thank you
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    Liz Stewart
    I'm so sorry that I don't have those details any longer. Dimensions are pretty close to regular chair height.
katherinemenear wrote:Feb 3, 2013
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    Liz Stewart
    Hi K. Its very easy. start by building a concrete bench, or can be made of wood. Then make the custom seat cushions. The blue tables are Target storage boxes that I upholstered. Be sure to use outdoor fabric for longevity! Good luck.
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    Outdoor Living Today
    Great job! Looks fanatastic!
David Weitz wrote:Feb 15, 2013
    Bam! Architecture wrote:Jun 2, 2014
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      Liz Stewart
      Hi Lina, I did this job many years ago, so I no longer have all the details. I do know that the bench was an existing wood, so the area was already cleared. No rebar was used. The backside is concrete so is the seat under the cushions. Its basically and L shaped concrete pour. Not very thick. I hope this helps.
    clauerj wrote:Jul 3, 2014
    Where are the ottomons from? Are they available in orange?

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      Liz Stewart
      The ottomans were from Target and they came in a leather looking vinyl. I re-upholstered them in outdoor fabric.
    La Vonta Bentley-Wells wrote:Feb 16, 2016
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      Liz Stewart

      I created the design myself and worked with a concrete contractor.

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