Published at Tuesday, August 06th, 2019 - 03:53:44 AM. Patio. By Roxane Berthelot.
A patio can be any number of shapes or designs, but when uncertain, it's most likely better to feature a square or rectangular patio. Of course, a circular one is feasible if you are confident in your ability as a brick cutter. Yes, you can pay someone else to do that but the purpose of this article is to have you learn by doing. That said, circular patios can be purchased for a reasonable price from most lawn and garden stores including Home Depot and Lowe's.
Additional furnishings and appliances can be used to enhance your patio. If you love cooking, you'll probably want more than just the typical backyard grill. You'll probably want something a bit more substantial, with more cooking space. If you have enough space on your patio, you can even install an entire kitchen, with cupboards, sink, and refrigerator. Most of us don't have the space for something that elaborate, but it can be done. For the most part, a good sized grill, either charcoal or gas, will make outdoor cooking a pleasant experience. If it gets cold in the evenings, you can add a patio heater or chimney to heat things up on cold evenings, and extend the use of your patio into the fall when the weather cools down. You can add a campfire atmosphere to your patio with a nice fire pit. You can find fire pits of many different materials and designs for your patio. Some of them burn wood, while others are gas powered.
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