Published at Friday, May 18th 2018, 01:33:29 AM by Barbara Adnet. Patio. Make sure you keep up on all the repairs to prevent anything from breaking. Keep your eye out for cracks and rotten wood on either the patio itself or its furniture. Remember even if your patio looks amazing damaged equipment and furniture will really hurt its appeal. Don't make excuses to pass up on repairing damaged items, remember the repairs are an investment ensuring that your property does not break while simultaneously raising the value of your home
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 04:09:20 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. Perhaps your patio is nestled between some businesses and space is at a premium. The type of patio chair you choose can make or break the consistency and flow of the design of your patio and your home, particularly if your patio opens up directly from your living or dining area. For this and many other reasons, the patience exercised in choosing the right patio chairs is well worth its weight.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 04:09:18 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. The patio needs to be large enough to accommodate the correct size of table with room for chairs to be pulled out and for people to move around easily when others are seated. A guide is to allow 1m width for the table, 500mm width on either side of the table for each chair when not pushed under the table, 300mm between chairs down the side of the table, and 700mm width to pull each chair out and sit down comfortably.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 04:09:15 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. Wrought iron patio tables come in a variety of shapes and styles. Finding iron patio tables is very easy to do and finding the right one is quite easy. A wrought iron rectangle table is great for small patios and round tables seem to compliment large patios very well. Rectangular wrought iron tables seem to look good on all types of patios. These types of tables are a great way to get any patio ready for summer.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 03:57:44 AM. Patio By Annick Regnard. When it comes to installing a patio, there is more to it than just blocking off a chunk of your yard and pouring down cement. These days there are many different styles, paving materials, uses, and sizes of patios. Before you start on your patio, you need to consider the shape and size of your property, how you intend to use your patio, and the style of your home and garden. From there you can determine Placement, Shape, Size, and Paving Materials for your patio.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 03:50:12 AM. Patio By Annick Regnard. When the warm summer months are coming to a close and you start to see the leaves turn and drift to the ground, it is time to start preparing your patio furniture for winter storage. While it is always difficult to close up that umbrella and acknowledge that it is your last dinner on the patio for the season, a little planning can make sure you will be able to enjoy your patio furniture set for many years to come.
Published at Sunday, July 29th 2018, 03:50:05 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, 03:41:17 AM. Patio By Gaston Lemaigre. If the patio is overlooked the patio design will need to include screening. Walls, hedges, pergolas, and fences can be included in the patio design to provide a sense of enclosure and privacy. When building a wall around a patio it is a great idea to include a window through to other garden areas so that the patio doesn't end up feeling to claustrophobic. Windows in dividing walls create an interesting glimpse of the rest of the garden without compromising privacy.