Sammamish Outdoor Living and Backyard MakeoverTransitional Patio, Seattle
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Set a Budget and Consider Phased ConstructionEstablish how much you can afford to spend on a landscape redesign. If you have enough funds set aside for the entire project, you can complete the design and installation at once. It’s also possible to break up a project into smaller, more budget-friendly phases. This is called phased construction. Tip: If you do decide to phase the construction, it’s best to first work with a professional on a complete master plan. He or she will be able to tell you what makes the most sense in terms of installation order and which projects can be bundled together.
8. In Washington, this backyard designed by Urban Oasis Design & Construction also connects house and landscape, featuring a covered grilling, dining and lounging area just off the kitchen. Further into the yard, a freestanding gas fire bowl invites visitors to relax under the stars. The patio features a mix of bluestone pavers and Texada concrete slabs from Abbotsford Concrete Products.Find fire pits in the Houzz Shop
5. Backyard for EntertainingThis Washington backyard designed by Urban Oasis Design & Construction has the ultimate setup for outdoor entertaining, including a built-in bar and grill, multiple seating and eating areas, string lights and patio heaters. A freestanding gas fire bowl draws guests farther into the yard, where they’re sure to linger in the oversize cushioned club chairs surrounding it.Browse similar fire bowls