50 ideas for a chic patio to try a better courtyard #4

Courtyard fire pit

A campfire, pier, and steel sculpture from 1960s Gerald DiGiusto are found in designer Thom Filicia’s backyard in his rustic yet sophisticated New York Lake house. House Furniture Solution

Sun loungers by the pool

To separate your patio from the pool, create a small makeshift barrier with a tiled path and grass.

Blue stone pavers

The entrance to the Charleston Kitchen House, now a guesthouse, opens onto a blue stone patio with Janus et Cie seating. The renovation of this house from 1772 was intended to highlight and preserve the historical elements of the house. Perlengkapan Rumah Tangga

Eye-catching tiles

An eye-catching tile in the patio can make a difference. Choose an extravagant model with bright colors, and then use more timeless and neutral furniture that does not overwhelm the eye. Peralatan Rumah Tangga

Shaded patio trees

Outdoor living areas should feel comfortable and protected, like this space designed by landscape architect Edmund Hollander. Six bananas give structure to the “dining room” with its straight trunks and scattered cups. They create shade during the day and illuminate with lights at night.

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Neutral colors

For a sleek, minimalist patio, bleach your wood-paneled deck and keep the shade shaded with a gravel garden instead of grass. And to extend the time outside, take out a heat lamp. Property News

Mediterranean patio

Climbing vines and exposed beams create a charming setting for an outdoor space. The Spanish Colonial Renaissance terrace, designed by Leigh Anne Muse and Lili O’Briend, is furnished with Kingsley-Bate Southampton seats, with perennial fabric cushions.

Urban escape patio

With a restaurant-worthy outdoor kitchen, the roof of this Brooklyn sandstone by designer Laurie Blumenfeld-Russo has become a multi-season entertainment oasis. Flowering clematis vines climb the pergola, softening the industrial feel of the supporting beams.

High altitude patio

Matt O’Dorisio created this elevated outdoor patio for a Lake Tahoe vacation home. The living room combines contemporary teak with more traditional wicker. “It’s like an extension of the living room in the woods,” he says.

Ivy covered patio walls

In the inner courtyard, fig ivy softens a brick wall, and a mature palmetto adds a sense of permanence to a new South Carolina home by designer Michelle Prentice. The West Elm sofa is covered in Sunbrella fabric.

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