Published at Monday, July 30th 2018, 05:38:12 AM by Annick Regnard. Patio. Patio designs incorporating built-in seating with pergolas and outdoor fireplaces look very chic and transform the patio into an outdoor room. It is also a great way to make use of all available space in a very small garden. This solution is convenient if you don't want to shuffle around with garden furniture. However, the position of the seating is fixed and restricts how you can use the patio. The space is less flexible as seating cannot be varied to turn a dining area into a lounging area.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 02:25:14 AM. Patio By Barbara Adnet. 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 Sunday, July 29th 2018, 02:25:09 AM. Patio By Barbara Adnet. 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 Sunday, July 29th 2018, 02:25:00 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. 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 Sunday, July 29th 2018, 02:24:49 AM. Patio By Barbara Adnet. Most patio furniture is designed to withstand years of exposure to heat, rain, a little wind, and the sun. However, the harsh ice, snow, and wind that generally arrive during the winter months can dramatically shorten the life of your patio furniture. The following tips involve a little elbow grease and possibly some minimal purchases that will effectively minimize the wear and tear on your patio furniture during the winter months.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 02:24:45 AM. Patio By Annick Regnard. The above ways are all ways to get a patio ready for summer. A person should also clean their patio thoroughly before they use it for the first time when summer arrives. If the patio is a wooded patio, then making sure that the wood is in good shape is a must for making sure it is ready for summer. Adding a grill or some sort of cooking device to the patio is another good way to prepare it for summer.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 02:05:59 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. Most patios are sited immediately adjacent to the rear exit from the house because it is convenient - this may not be the best location for your patio. The back of the house may be shaded all day and therefore not ideal if you wish to like to sit in the sun. Consider a small terrace to the rear of the house with another seating area somewhere else in the garden which gets more sun. When designing a garden it's a good idea to include more than one patio.. One patio can be sited so that it catches the last of the evening sun to provide a warm spot for an evening drink or meal. This makes the garden much more interesting and ensures that you are using more of the garden.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 02:05:56 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. Determining the size of your patio is very important. As stated above, a large patio can overwhelm a smaller yard, and vice versa. You can figure out how large your patio needs to be by deciding on how you intend to use it and how many people it should fit. Measure the size of your yard to see how much area you are working with, how much space you are willing to allot to your patio, etc. One good tip I've come across, is to buy your patio furniture before you install your patio, arrange it where you expect your patio to be, and observe how the space is used, where people walk, etc. This will help you see just how much room is needed for walk space around the furniture, accessories, and more.