Published at Wednesday, July 11th 2018, 02:53:39 AM by Gaston Lemaigre. Patio. Storing stuff: the patio can be used for storing stuff that you can't find any other space to store inside of the house. But it is essential to differentiate 'storage' from 'dumping' of stuff into the patio. Sometimes, through the use of innovative furniture (such as the so-called 'storage benches'), it is possible to keep stuff inside of the patio whilst still preserving space for other uses, such as relaxation and growing of patio plants.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 00:20:46 AM. Patio By Annick Regnard. The biggest impediment to enjoying your outdoor space is the weather, so it's important to equip your yard or patio for your climate zone and seasonal weather shifts. Accessories like garden umbrellas and yard misters can stave off summer heat, while patio heaters, chimineas and outdoor fire pits ensure you can relax comfortably in the cooler months. Incorporating these useful patio products into your outdoor space will allow you to enjoy yourself year round.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 00:10:23 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. Every garden needs a patio, somewhere to sit and reflect, enjoy your garden, entertain and relax. Often, a patio will be the focal point of a garden so it is important to not only get your patio design right, but to also use the right materials! Bricks, concrete and pebbles can be used, but often the most popular choice is flagstones as they are generally flat and durable.
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 00:10:16 AM. Patio By Barbara Adnet. Take your time to choose your flagstone pavers. A lot of garden centres and builders yards will have them on display for you to view. Choose something that will compliment your existing style and features. You don't want to spend a lot of money on the 'in thing' only to discover it has gone out of fashion in a few years time!
Published at Saturday, July 21st 2018, 00:10:11 AM. Patio By Annick Regnard. When deciding where to place your patio, it is very important to consider multiple aspects and ask yourself a few questions. What is the purpose for your patio? Do you intend to entertain large groups of people, or host intimate gatherings? Depending on the purpose of your patio, you then need to consider the proximity to your home. If you are installing a fireplace or fire pit, you need to make sure there is a good distance between your home and where the fire will be contained. You need to look at the available space in your yard. An over-sized patio will overtake a smaller yard. Another consideration is the amount of sun or shade you desire. If you plan to use your patio for sunbathing, you need to make sure it is in a sunny spot.
Published at Friday, July 20th 2018, 23:52:36 PM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. Iron patio furniture makes a patio look great. Iron patio furniture is the best type of patio furniture because it is very durable and lasts for a very long time. It is also very affordable as well as very sturdy. A person has quite a few options when it comes to wrought iron patio furniture.
Published at Friday, July 20th 2018, 23:49:57 PM. Patio By Annick Regnard. By contrast, you may have a sprawling patio with an Olympic-sized pool beside it where pool parties with lots of dinner guests are the norm. Functional, sturdy and stylish patio chairs can be instrumental in creating memorable moments and offering comfortable seating that makes the host most appreciated and guests happy to accept invitations in the future.
Published at Friday, July 20th 2018, 23:49:43 PM. Patio By Barbara Adnet. Shapes of patios are: Square, Circular, or Free-form. Square patios are the most common and can blend well with formal or contemporary gardens. If you like to entertain a lot of people, a large square or rectangular patio is a great way to go. Circular patios can either be a full circle or a half circle. The full circle patio is generally independent of other hardscapes and usually feature a focal point. Half circle patios abut either a building, such as your home, or another hardscape form, like a garden wall. Circular patios blend well into landscapes since there are no hard edges that stand out. Free-form patios are asymmetrical, less predictable, and great for more informal gardens.