Yehudit Laine. Patio & Pergola. May 17th , 2017.
Metal fire pits come in a wide array of styles. Some have ultra-modern designs, with marble outlays and firm lines. Some use glass mosaics and copper to produce a vintage look. Either way, metal fire pits will add significant aesthetic value to your patio. They are composed of many different materials, including steel, copper, slate, glass and even granite. You will easily find a style that matches your current patio decor.
Secondly, living in such homes allows you to gather large groups to have a party. You are never short of space. You do not need to book or rent a restaurant or a dining hall to hold a function. You can have it right at your doorstep. You could also have a barbecue with all the lights switched off, except perhaps for a little lamp or camp fire.
First decide where on your patio you would like the gazebo to be situated. For small to mid-size patios, the corner is a great place to put a gazebo. It will be out of the way, saving space, yet still displayed prominently enough to be an accent people will notice. Large patios give you more flexibility. If you want to put the gazebo right in the very middle of your patio, then by all means, do it. You can 'justify' such placement by arranging surrounding patio furniture accordingly.
Lighting is important on a patio, especially if you love to entertain in the evening. Fit some solar lights. Solar string lights are very pretty at night, but make sure you hang them where they have access to direct sunlight.
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