Charming Patio Design Tips for your Garden

Charming Patio Design Tips for your Garden

 Charming Patio Design Tips for your Garden

Today, we are here to helping  you to create a Patio in your backyard just take the next tips carefully and enjoy .you can see too Tips for Choosing Patio Furniture Patio.

In landscapes that include lots of different plant types and textures, too much additional pattern can be overwhelming. Small doses are a good way to provide visual relief as well as interesting contrast to furniture. This patio set's solid-red seating cushions are paired with red-and-white pattern accent pillows for a pop of style.
Move the Air Around You

A paved or bricked patio space that ends abruptly will feel out of place with a larger landscape around it. A better solution is to use materials to gradually transition -- and reinforce a connection -- between the two. Here, irregularly shaped pavers provide a pathway from patio to lawn, and mulch and containers segue neatly into planted areas.
Soften the Edges

Tall trellises are an excellent way to establish gentle borders around a patio; they also provide a place to encourage flowering vines to reach high--just make sure to pick a vine that suits the area's light conditions. A fragrant vine can cast a sweet scent to a passerby. For a more defined, denser border, place the trellis's slats closer together.
Act with Architecture

 If you have limited backyard space, you may want to screen your seating area from your neighbors. There are a variety of visually pleasing ways to do that, including attractive fencing, tall trees (which also supply shade), shrubs, or a hedgerow.
Include Lighting

Exterior lighting has many functions--ensuring safety along walkways, offering ambience as natural light fades--and should be an integral part of any patio design. A pendant fixture above this table can cast light on diners lingering after the sun has set. 
Integrate a Patio with the Landscape

 A deck that's created with materials that are in polar opposition to a house will look out of place indeed. Use your home's architecture for cues as to color and type of construction. Here, stucco walls supply the neutral base, while stonework adds welcome visual complexity to the intimate fireplace area.
Mix up Materials

Small shifts in color or material supply welcoming visual interest underfoot on a patio. Consider a border, or use different sizes of stones to delineate seating or eating areas like this red brick helps designate the dining area and warms up the blue flagstones.
Utilize the Hardscape

A stone floor may gently transition to a stone border surrounding your patio--but why not design and build it at a height that makes sense for seating, too? The short wall adjacent to the fireplace supplies an impromptu spot for guests to sit a spell.
Rethink the Walls


Even a small fountain or birdbath lends a soothing sound or draws birds and butterflies. Petite water features can also act as a charming focal point.

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