Estela Nichols Backyard November 26th, 2018 - 02:01:19
This back patio. This project has been on our to-do list for a really long time ever since we moved in three years ago, four years ago, now to our house and finally, we were able to do it. This spring we used some reclaimed patio stones and some inexpensive pea gravel to make our patio. I will share that with you and I'm also going to share with you how I styled it with some furniture from my friend at the brick. Let's get started Hotel boss table looked early this spring. This is our walkout basement at the back of our house, and it was just mud and dead grass and dirt, and it was just driving as a bunker. So this year we decided to do something about it. So, first of all, had we took the Bobcat and made the area nice and straight and smooth and laid down about four to five inches of road crush. On top of that, we put about two inches of sand, and then he leveled the whole thing with a giant great.
The leveling is a really important part of this cost. Next, he laid down some reclaimed patio stones that we reclaimed in the cupboard someone to pay. The worksite, so it cost us $ 0 unless a couple inches between each square and then finally, the filled in the space in between the squares with some beautiful rainbow pea gravel. I added the custom patio set from the brick to this area and I love it because it has this really nice pillow storage box and it also functions as a dining set, as well as a lounging set because it has a table height table. And I really love these ottoman that can be useful for sitting on or for putting a seat on, and then I got this giant umbrella from the brick which I think is give our patio is really pretty modern French Country vibe. So in going with this modern, such countries 5, I'm adding some pillows.
That kind of has a front country feel along with some black and white straight and then I'll just chop some branches off some of our poplar trees and providing these for the table. I added some ambiance with this birch tree and some so Oxford as well, and some more flow plants along with some real plants and some lanterns I like to mix a real and sole client just has been so easy to check for the more ambiance lighting. With this really nice rustic string, like I might remember this DIY bench I made over here - I added a lantern and some rope and a little fire tip over here for entertainment, and then I just got in my favorite bike. I love this bike. I love how it looks and I love to ride it too, and it just kind of covers up some of the stuff. That's behind the couch. You have to add a loss of cozy things out on a porch, especially for late summer nights like a throw and some candles for some more mood lighting, and that is how we made and how I styled our bath. It was really inexpensive and I love this patio set from the brick I'll leave a link in the description box below it makes our patio just so cozy and so wonderful for these late summer nights.