patio. Thursday , May 04th , 2017 - 16:53:09 PM
With a large patio, your options to design a fire pit are as abundant as a child in a toy shop. In fact, if you own a large yard, you better build a patio around a fire pit instead of the other way round. While the basic ideas mentioned for designing fire pits remain the same as in a medium-sized patio, the options for designing them increase greatly. The material used for building can vary from natural stone to sea rock to sand stone to concrete to field stone, and even stacked paver blocks. The shape can vary - you can design a square or a circular fire pit. Retaining walls around the yard can be used as extra seating, as the fire pit will be fairly large, given the size of your patio.
Clear your pavers of any loose dirt or weeds that can be removed with your hands or with a broom. Use the garden hose to wet the desired areas before you begin using your acid solution.
A more elaborate design, this patio opts for an inexpensive decking to reserve the remaining budget for furniture and plants. The surfacing is done using artificial Pine hardwood, whereas the wall around the entrance is lined with designer paver bricks. The furniture consists of two metal chairs with drape-covers instead of cushions - some cost cutting masterstroke that! There's enough greenery around to keep a nature-lover occupied. The patio focuses mostly on small flower shrubs planted in baskets or pots.
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