Outdoor Living RoomTraditional Patio, St Louis

Alise O'Brien Photography

Example of a classic patio design in St Louis —  Houzz
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jjohnson805 wrote:Nov 28, 2012
  • PRO
    Noble Renovation

    Everyone wants to know how to get the wood posts and beam that light color. I assume the wood type is either cypress or cedar which are great for outdoor use. But I've never seen anyone get an outdoor wood to look like a white / grayish color like that. Very unique, very attractive. If you have the stain/brand or technique the painters used, that would be appreciated by many. Excellent work! I give the photo shot a 10! Love the layout and flow from house to the outdoor space, from outdoor space to pool.

  • HU-68142454

    We are adding an outdoor living area and we are going to stain our cedar a light color. Would you be able to share the stain color and brand? Thank you very much; it is beautiful.

Susan Caine wrote:Oct 17, 2014
Holly Soetenga wrote:Apr 19, 2013
  • sherryellis
    Can you give me a rough estimate on total cost for this renovation?
  • kristaseger
    I would love to see an additional photo or photos of the grill area. Thank you!
Travis Miller wrote:Jun 28, 2013
  • maclainandceci
    I love the stone...what is it?
  • PRO

    I believe that is Fon-du-Lac stone.

stout27 wrote:Aug 24, 2013
  • kellyslobodian
    Roofing materials and pool surround?
  • PRO
    Eastern Renovations
    do you have any blue prints on the project . I have a customer that's very interested and wants to buid on his property. and material list. reply to eastreno@yahoo,com Thank you for your time
adrian_69 wrote:May 21, 2013
  • Meagan
    I would like to get the plans and cost estimate as well! If someone could get me the contact info as well i'd appreciate it! This is exactly what i want!
  • adrian_69
    I apologize for the language before it wasn't me who posted it but it was a friend haha. Thanks for the reply though and it is truly an incredible house.
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dherbel wrote:Jan 19, 2015
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    Ballard Designs. Amalfi collection.
anneunwin01 wrote:Aug 23, 2014
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    Ballard designs. Amalfi collection.
aprillwaterman wrote:Jul 3, 2014
  • catlvr
    Ballard Designs. Amalfi collection.
Betty Campbell wrote:Aug 11, 2013
  • pineycreekalien
    We love this look as well and live in Memphis. Did you get an estimate on this? Who was your contractor?
Mary Miller wrote:Jul 14, 2013
  • tsdelity
    We have a TV in our outdoor room and live in NC. We purchased a $300 one from Target and bought a TV cover from Amazon. Works like a charm and have had it out there for 4 years now. It is hanging on the brick wall and under our pergola. We do bring it in in the Winter as a precaution because we are afraid the screen may crack in the cold but other than that, nothing! We just love it and if it does die on us, it was only $300! Easy to replace
nurysvidal wrote:Jul 4, 2013
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twinktoes wrote:Feb 11, 2013
  • nasmijati
    If you search around the posts here on Other, on 2-3-2013, Chin Studio posted a beautiful "Romantic Cherry Blossom Tree" wall decal. It is available at www.etsy.com
    Here is a photo. I am sorry it does not enlarge on this post.
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              MJ Construction Orlando wrote:Feb 15, 2014

                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Matt Clawson added this to What You Need to Know When Considering a Cabana or Covered PatioJun 12, 2015

                Location. Once you have determined the intended function for your new structure, you need to determine its specific location. There are two main types of covered structures: those that are attached to the main house and those that are unattached. We typically refer to unattached structures as cabanas and those attached as covered patios.By any name, the two can serve the same basic function. The advantage to an attached covered patio is convenience and accessibility from the main living space. An attached covered patio can truly become an extension of the home, often accessed through sliding doors, or in some cases specialty pocket or folding doors.

                What Houzzers are commenting on:

                Keith Jordan added this to Outside4 days ago

                Roof lines for outdoor kitchen and corner sitting area...

                lbean added this to Pool Patio5 days ago

                Finishes...stone wood and furniture

                heathermbrewer added this to Exterior6 days ago

                Great outdoor living and grilling area

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