Patios and Decks

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Barnes & Noble Publishing, 2002 - House & Home - 128 pages
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The weather's divine--so step out onto a patio or deck that's perfectly outfitted for playing, eating, and entertaining! Whether you own a home with a spacious lawn or live in a city apartment with a small roof space, make it functional and comfortable with all the extras that enhance enjoyment. Follow the guide for making the most of an urban balcony. Decorate an outdoor room with textiles, and plush seating, or create a formal dining area. Use brick, wood, stone, concrete, or tile on a fun poolside patio. Build a freestanding gazebo or pavilion. Add luxurious amenities--hot tubs, extensive grill setups, and outdoor ovens. Focus on furnishings and other garden objects: a hammock to lounge in, plant boxes to prettify, umbrellas to shield you from the sun. From lattice fences for privacy to enclosed solariums to international stylings for an exotic touch, here are the solutions you want!
 

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Contents

FOREWORD
A Spot to Sit 24
Shade and Shelter 40
Private Time
Cooking Alfresco 76
Outdoor Living 90
Surrounded by Green 106
GRILL WORKSHEET 124
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