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Extend Your Living Area
The first walk out onto the curved patio acts as an extension of the living room. Sofas mimic the shape of the patio and provide a cozy spot to gather under the pergola. To tie the patio up to the pergola, stacked stones create the lower half of the columns, and flagstone is used to veneer the patio.
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Make It Work
Choose plants that will thrive where you intend to put them and materials that will resist the elements. Even if you love it now, if it's a battle to maintain, you will come to dislike it intensely.
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Create a Secret Garden
Tucked into the corner of this backyard is a quiet spot for morning coffee or a friendly chat. A pebble pathway leads to the hideaway, and various stone slabs are placed together to form the patio.
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Mix Stonework
A combination of different stones gives this outdoor space a customized and visually interesting look. Stacked New England fieldstone is used throughout the backyard to create seating walls on the patio and retaining walls that terrace the yard. Antique cobblestone divides the bluestone patio to create a separate dining room and conversation area in front of the fireplace, and reclaimed granite is used to make the steps and pillars.
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Even minimal hardscaping can be used to define an area. For this brownstone garden, a bluestone border delineates the formal lawn, which serves as a transition space within the landscape.
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Take a Seat
Not only do this patio's low walls act as room dividers, they're also just the right height to be used as extra seating when entertaining.
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Rethink the Space
When designing for the outdoors be objective. The integrated seating wall maximizes the use of the space without furniture.
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Have Some Fun
Stone crowns atop columns lead the way to a giant chess board made of prefab 2x2 concrete squares with exposed pebbles. Taking inspiration from Alice in Wonderland, red roses are planted on one side and white roses on the other. Fourth of July roses, which are speckled and look like they're being painted for the Queen, are in pots behind the benches.
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Don't Compete With Surroundings
Arches covered in creeping fig vines lead to the back entry of this elegant home. A neutral stone patio provides timeless flooring without distracting from the beautiful architectural details of the walkway.
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