Buying a home today has become a bit of a blood sport, rife with bidding wars pushing offers well over the asking price as buyers scramble to land a house.It’s been hard, we won’t lie.
Side Yard makeovers for some inspiration
Dated: March 19 2021
The redesigned yard maintains the same footprint as before but has been completely transformed from the inside out. Subheated bluestone pavers cover the ground, making the space more usable throughout the year. On the opposite end of the patio, a new custom outdoor kitchen nestles into the corner next to the side yard entry gate.
couple aimed to transform a small concrete area used for storing trash cans and recycling bins into an intimate outdoor lounge.
A cozy outdoor living room, anchored by an expansive built-in banquette for lounging and dining, has completely transformed the space. At the far end of the patio, a petite outdoor kitchen allows the owners to grill next to their outdoor seating area.
Patio makeover #3
BEFORE: The family wanted a private outdoor space in their side yard (their home’s largest outdoor space) where they could cook, dine and entertain in a somewhat private space that also wouldn’t block views of the river from the home.
The renovated side yard sits just past the waist-high hedge seen in the previous photo. In the center of the new patio, a stylish teak and aluminum dining table anchors the area. Lush green shrubs and hydrangeas envelop the space and complement the sage green seat cushions of the dining set.
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