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Patio - mid-sized contemporary backyard patio idea in London with no cover —  Houzz
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Umpa Lumpa wrote:Aug 14, 2017
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    Harrington Porter

    Hello. Thank you for your enquiry. I'm really sorry but they were a client purchase and they have had them for a long time and can't remember where they bought them. Sorry not to have been of help.

edenchild wrote:Mar 9, 2015
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    Prunin Arboriculture & Landscape

    Just love such kind of landscape design.

    These designs inspired people to be with nature and looks lovely.

    Main thing is when you're on the table for breakfast or lunch floral effect gives you inner piece.

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laurendunec
Lauren Dunec Design added this to We’d Like to Be Invited to These Outdoor Dining RoomsApr 3, 2017

5. Vine-covered patio. Enjoy dining or relaxing outdoors under the leafy boughs of evergreen vines and fragrant climbers. In this London backyard, the designer used a series of trellises, topped with fragrant wisteria and white-flowering climbing roses, to cast shade over an outdoor dining table. When choosing vines to plant over a trellis, consider whether you’d like them to provide shade, fragrance, color, fruit or all four to enhance your outdoor dining area. A few top choices include clematis, climbing roses, grapevines, chocolate vine (Akebia quinata, USDA zones 5 to 9; find your zone), honeysuckle (Lonicera sp.), wisteria and potato vine (Solanum crispum).The table and chair combination in this backyard also cleverly increases flexibility. Set in the corner by the L-shaped built-in benches, the wooden table feels pleasantly tucked at the back of the stone patio, perfect for a dinner party of six. Pulled out to occupy the center of the patio, the table (plus more chairs) could seat eight people, with the option to seat more on the bench seats.

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bluehousegardens
blue house gardens added this to 2246 Back GardenAug 6, 2019

I like the little edge, also the vertical elements.

chestil
Irene added this to DecksJul 5, 2019

When choosing vines to plant over a trellis, consider whether you’d like them to provide shade, fragrance, color, fruit or all four to enhance your outdoor dining area. A few top choices include clematis, climbing roses, grapevines, chocolate vine (Akebia quinata, USDA zones 5 to 9; find your zone), honeysuckle (Lonicera sp.), wisteria and potato vine (Solanum crispum).

clare_goodhind
clare goodhind added this to patioJun 22, 2019

table would be at 90 degrees. bbq in left furthest away bit of patio. nearest kitchen. will need to think how door opens to ensure table can fit. bench seating in right corner, casual seats.

lwingate95
lwingate95 added this to GardenMar 30, 2019

Like: - Trellis - Patio - Patio border

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