MeadowcrestContemporary Patio, Los Angeles

Example of a trendy patio design in Los Angeles with decking and an awning —  Houzz
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rasha_albassam22 wrote:Sep 7, 2015
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    Go Green Construction, Inc

    The wood is called Ipe... I would recommend that you source sustainably harvested Ipe.

    It will require maintenance to keep this look.. if not it will go grey.

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    Prestige Blinds

    the fabrics on top of the pergola its actually retractable? How it handle at wind?

Zoe Ann Hall wrote:Aug 20, 2015
  • Zoe Ann Hall

    What I meant was "where does rainwater drain to from the shade tent?" Does the awning or tent retract?

Mike wrote:May 18, 2015
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    australian company

  • Kelly

    how does this awning work? Is it custom or available commercially?

pipnfi wrote:Apr 10, 2016
remmyly wrote:Aug 17, 2015
neecjnoah wrote:Aug 9, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    anniekendall
    Annie Thornton added this to 8 Stylish Ideas for Shady Outdoor RetreatsMay 15, 2017

    1. Personalize Your Shade StructureTurn a ho-hum side yard into an inviting, protected destination by adding a shade cloth to span the distance between the building and the property line. To make the covered area feel more personal, hang accents like a collection of lanterns, antique birdcages or plants dangling from macramé hangers.Add a shade structure with the help of a Houzz landscape pro.

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to 10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Side YardMay 18, 2015

    5. Create a covered outdoor room. Because of the narrowness of many side yards, they are just the right width for a cover, whether it be a trellis, shade sail fabric or criss-crossing strings of outdoor lights.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    raeganr
    raeganr added this to YardJul 29, 2019

    Cute lantern idea - hang in trees?

    dbegonia
    dbegonia added this to porchesJul 29, 2019

    urn a ho-hum side yard into an inviting, protected destination by adding a shade cloth to span the distance between the building and the property line. To make the covered area feel more personal, hang accents like a collection of lanterns, antique birdcages or plants dangling from macramé hangers.

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