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outdoor patio

vonnie
tx
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This is my outdoor deck. My husband and I bought an outdoor fireplace and added the curtains and furniture chair pads. I also made the plant stands myself. They are made out of concrete forms that are covered in wood contact paper.

Yard Categories: Back Yard Deck

Comments / Q&A

On January 10,2009 Lark said:

"Great job in creating a private and cozy retreat. Using the latice wood panels not only screens you from your close neighbors, it allows air circulation. The fireplace adds charm a place to roast marshmellows. Where are you located and is this on the north side of your home?"

On January 10,2009 said:

"We live in Texas and the patio is on the south side of our home. "

On January 9,2009 Karen W said:

"WOW, What a cozy outdoor room you've created. I love the fireplace. The curtains add a nice touch to the room. Good job on the plant stands and the clock and the hanging light look great. You've created a great space to just relax or enjoy with family and friends. "

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