Brick-Enclosed Patio with Gas Grill and Sitting Area
Weather is rarely an issue with this covered patio that features a comfy seating area in wicker and a large gas grill with range hood. This space projects an upscale look, but with its brick walls and floor, it is low maintenance and durable, providing for many months of outdoor enjoyment.
Eye level shot of Paver Patio, Screened In Gazebo and Landscape Lighting
This area begins the walkway that invites you out into the backyard oasis. Warm landscape lighting gives a cozy and inviting feel to the paver patio. Mulch in the surrounding garden area and a natural rock section of the home's exterior wall add texture to the design. A screened in gazebo sits opposite the house connected by the patio space.
Relaxing Poolside Sitting Area With a Tropical View
This pool and patio area features neutral Terrazzo tiles and brown wicker furniture with lime green cushions. The nearby outdoor kitchen boasts a stainless steel range hood, grill and refrigerator positioned in front of a floral accent wall, while tropical plants surround the outdoor space, offering a bit of natural privacy.
Stones in warm terracotta shades are used from the house exterior and garden walls to the patio and water feature. A round patio surrounds the traditional urn-style water feature, which provides soothing sound ambiance to the space.
Not every deck party needs to happen during the day. With the right deck lighting – think side posts and post caps as well as riser lighting on the stairs for safety – you can create a warm, inviting atmosphere that’s perfect for an adults-only cocktail party or movies and s’mores for the kids.
Beautiful Backyard Landscaping With Paver Patio Pathway, Stone Pond and Mulched Planter Areas
Natural stone steps connect paver patios in this gorgeous backyard. Stones create a bed for a pond bordered by planted shrubs lined in a mulched area. The patio pathway leads to a seating area and descends slightly to a fire pit with additional seating.
Low-growing plants, an infinity pool and a sunken banquette don't obstruct the spectacular view from this patio. The fire pit and vibrant bench cushions make this space a cozy spot for watching the sun set.
Now this is outdoor living! Even if you can’t add all these fun features, consider adding a fireplace or installing a roof over the deck. That way, a little rain doesn’t have to limit your outside time. For maximum elegance, choose Horizon composite decking, shown here in exotic Ipe.
Inviting Outdoor Patio With Dining Area and Large Pergola
The pergola's beam construction and dark staining integrates visually with the new beams at the front entrance and perimeter of this renovated country house. Three sets of wood-trimmed French doors line the patio and lead the way to the indoor space.
Who said decks had to be square? Today’s trends favor unique shapes and eye-catching board designs (notice the darker inlay in Tudor Brown that highlights the seating area). The variegated streaking of the boards, Fiberon Horizon composite decking in Ipe, gives the space added drama.
Boxy lines and crisp contrast bring a modern edge to woven outdoor furniture. In this contemporary California cabana, modular seating offers ample space for guests to relax and enjoy a drink by the pool.
This spacious concrete patio features a small dining area with a round wooden dining table and chairs, perfect for casual entertaining underneath the nighttime sky. large floor-to-ceiling windows span the exterior of the home, allowing for indoor light to illuminate the outdoor space.
An expansive outdoor patio on this transitional beachside home features fully retracting doors that create one space between the interior and exterior. Low chaise longues offer a great spot for reading a good book and enjoying the ocean views, while C-shaped side tables provide a handy spot for a drink.
Colorful Outdoor Patio With Brown Wicker Furniture Set
This newly renovated outdoor patio features a lively coastal style, as seen in the bright green furniture cushions and bold red flower wall hanging. The blue stucco exterior lends an ocean vibe, while neutral stone patio tiles finish off the look of the space.