Great design, beautiful hardscaping and savvy plant choices combine to create perfect outdoor spaces. Please take a look for some Pleasing Patio Designs below.
A steep and unusable backyard was transformed with this design. The cantilevered deck is a viewing platform for the homeowners’ prized bamboo collection, and terraced paths provide access.
This terrace went from no-place-to-sit to the ultimate in a resort-like lounge and dining space. When evening comes, the area turns into an extra-comfy place to watch movies. A 3-D water feature and a fire pit-table complete the ambiance.
It’s hard to imagine that this Tuscan-style courtyard used to be nothing more than an empty gravel space. New stonework, a bubbling fountain, lush plantings and decorative finds resulted in a picturesque and very livable outdoor space.
This beautiful eight-sided pavilion, designed by landscape architect Keith Anderson, is the focal point of a European-style garden.
This is the dream outdoor space for a mom of four who wanted a French-Provincial design to tie in with her house. The large dining area can accommodate big gatherings, and there are places to lounge in shade or sun.
This patio was designed with a southwestern theme in mind to allow for a bit of color all year long.
A smaller seating area is screened by a beautiful arbor.
This rooftop patio has plenty of plants to keep it colorful and lively.
This outdoor kitchen and patio, designed for entertaining, is accessible from the deck, basement and driveway of the home.
Festive Mexican tiles adorn a beverage serving station and outdoor kitchen area. The far end of the patio features a huge outdoor fireplace plus a colorful Moroccan fountain mounted in the wall.
This two-tier, curved bluestone patio coordinates beautifully with the home’s color and architecture. The Owner chose Christian Brown to transform their empty lawn into an elegant space for dining, relaxing and informal entertaining.
Designing on the diagonal helps elongate a small space, plus setting the walkways at opposing angles to the house also breaks up the boxy nature of the yard.
The wall is a smart solution for camouflaging pool equipment and helping to reduce the sound. Silverado Ledgestone with a flagstone cap contribute to the Tuscan look. A seating wall surrounds a fire feature (decorated in daytime with potted flowers). via…
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