A patio cover is a structure that is attached to the house and typically has a solid roof.
An archway in a garden or park consisting of a framework covered with trained climbing or trailing plants.
A roofed structure that offers an open view of the surrounding area, typically used for relaxation or entertainment.
A classic option that offers a simple design and includes materials such as stones, bricks, or cinder blocks.
Fire pits with seating are a great option if you want to enjoy a fire pit while also being able to sit down and relax. These pits typically feature a built-in bench or other seating area.
A fire bowl was often smaller, sitting higher above the ground or free-standing. A fire bowl is simply a different physical shape or design for what is traditionally called a fire pit.
A contemporary look from using the same tile on the floor and the kitchen structure, complemented by a matching countertop and the sleek look of stainless steel appliances.
A basic patio kitchen that usually features a grill, excess doors and an under-counter refrigerator. These are the three most common components in the best outdoor kitchens and usually where most folks start with their kitchen design.
An eat-in kitchen is a good use of space and allows you to stay close to the action while prepping meals. It also creates a cozy atmosphere for you, your family, and your guests to enjoy.
A recreation area that adjoins a dwelling, is often paved, and is adapted especially to outdoor dining.
A deck is an elevated structure either attached to a house or freestanding, that has one or multiple levels so you and your guests can enjoy.
Fences that are constructed of materials to enhance the appearance of a property or garden.
A hinged barrier used to close an opening in a wall, fence, or hedge. Built by materials to match or compliment the surrounding area.
A simple roofed structure, typically made of wood or metal, used as a storage space, usually for pool equipment.