Patios for Outdoor Living

It is important to access your needs when planning an outdoor living space. Patios are an extension of your home and properly designing the space will add comfort and ease to your yard.Decide how large your dining table needs to be. If you frequently have a large crowd a big table is good, but if you sometimes need a more intimate setting, maybe two smaller ones would be better. You can always group them together to accommodate  more people.

Handmade Reclaimed Redwood and Metal Table

 

wood shade structute, cloth and wood patio cover

Wood and Burlap Shade Structure

Outdoor Dining Patio with Flagstone and Brick

Outdoor Dining Patio with Flagstone and Brick

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cooking areas need to be large enough for both food preperation and serving. Make sure heated appliances are away from circulation patterns.

Smaller, seldom used patios can be converted in quiet seating areas.

Quiet Seating Area with Stained Concrete and Dark Stained Banding

Quiet Seating Area with Stained Concrete and Dark Stained Banding

 

Wrought Iron Dining Table Under Alumiwood Shade Structure Morgan Creek

Glass and Aluminum Dining Table and Trellis Roseville

 

Low Teak Table on Decomposed Granite

Low Teak Table on Decomposed Granite

 

Modern Wicker on Raised Colored Concrete Patio

Modern Wicker on Raised Colored Concrete Patio

 

Ornate Wrought Iron Dining Set on Stained Concrete

Ornate Wrought Iron Dining Set on Stained Concrete

 

Dining with a Golf Course View

Dining with a Golf Course View

 

Metal Shade Canopy on Raised Concrete Patio

Metal Shade Canopy on Raised Concrete Patio

Dining Table and Brick Planters

Dining Table and Brick Planters

Wrought Iron Dining Set near Stacked Rock Wall

Wrought Iron Dining Set near Stacked Rock Wall