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Designing a Patio

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I was asked the other day for some tips on designing a patio area. What I did was write a guide detailing a number of considerations, such as where in the garden, ground conditions and design aspects.
If anyone here is thinking about laying a new patio then this should really help.
http://hometipster.com/how-to-design-a-patio/

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  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA

    My patio laying days are over but I absolutly adore them! I think a small patio belongs anywhere when conditions are suitable.!!

  • Hometipster.com
    Hometipster.com Columbus, MS

    Hi Dee - I have to agree, the Sandstone in the video was my favorite. I err on the side of contemporary / minimalist design and the Sandstone produces such clean lines. So happy it provided a little inspiration. Have a great day! Graham

  • Hometipster.com
    Hometipster.com Columbus, MS

    Hi Jeanette, I think most people do actually give a great deal of thought nowadays as to where a patio should be situated in the garden, not simply for aesthetics but also for practicality.

  • Jeanette S
    Jeanette S Atlanta, GA

    I didn't mean to mislead anyone...my point is, everyone needs one somewhere! And that they do not have to be large and elaborate! People can think in terms of a "nook"!

  • Hometipster.com
    Hometipster.com Columbus, MS

    Hi Jeanette - absolutely, a patio can be any shape or size you want. I've seen some extremely nice examples of tiny patios tucked away in a quiet part of the garden - perfect for that time when you need to relax away from it all :)

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