Marisol Mac. Patio & Pergola. June 19th , 2017.
Do you miss being outdoors, even on the dreariest of days? Are your summers just too short? Did your evening dinner on the patio end too quickly because of the chilly weather? These are many others scenarios are why homeowners look for ways to bring the comforts of indoors to the outdoor patio.
You might be surprised at how strategically placing a few small pieces of artwork under your patio cover can make everything come together.
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.
You may find some patio heaters are just clunky - they look like aluminum foil over coat hanger wire - but if you shop around, you'll find useful and attractive patio heaters in every price range. Prices can range from less than 120 for small portable units to permanently installed natural gas units closer to the 300 range. Look for heater bases with wheels inside and poles with tables attached; you'll use both more than you might think.
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