Installing mulch in the fall is beneficial in protecting plant roots from extreme temperatures in the winter months and also helps to preserve moisture if the region does not receive enough precipitation.
Don't let your outdoor room become cookie cutter. Invest in something that taps into your personal style, architectural tastes or otherwise reflects what's inside your home. This grand pavilion captures the drama of its backdrop and packs more of a style punch than a traditional gazebo.
A regal stone fireplace creates a cozy sitting area under this outdoor pavilion. A wall-mounted TV is positioned above the fireplace for convenient viewing from all angles. Wood doors can be closed to disguise the TV when not in use. An adjacent kitchen and dining area look out over the rest of the landscape in this open-air living area.
Salvaging the structural beams from the former building allowed this entertainment pavillion to be built. It includes a wide-screen television, bar and refrigerator. The two banquette seats have storage areas underneath for entertainment supplies.
Wicker furniture is padded with plush, neutral cushions to create comfortable and inviting seating in this outdoor pavilion living space. The wood roof, fire glow and yellow lights create a warmth that encompasses the space. An open fireplace and mounted TV are visible from the furniture making this space perfect for entertainment and relaxation.
A smooth stone walkway guides visitors over a bridge and towards a pavilion. Here, a dining table and custom kitchen give the owners room to entertain, while a fireplace allows for enjoying the outdoors year-round.