Patios are part and parcel of suburban life. Houses have included patios for a long time and their popularity continues to grow.
The patio is an outdoor space or section of a house or residence that is usually paved. The term “patio” expands a little bit more in the Australian context, but that’s a story for another day.
Patios have been used extensively in both private and public buildings. They appear more prominently and frequently in restaurants.
There are a few reasons why patios are so popular. Some of the reasons these include their ability to link both the indoors and the outdoors together, and their aesthetic qualities.
Below are a few ideas that’ll take your already awesome patio to a never before seen level.
Timber side table
On your quest to improving your patio, you should refrain from disrupting or changing too much
because patios are more or less sacred places that deserve as much care and attention as possible.
Merely introducing a well-constructed, well-designed timber side table can be the difference between an okay patio and a patio that will make others jealous.
This is the ultimate fantasy for a lot of patio enthusiast out there. A couch on your cherished patio might seem out of reach for most due to a number of logistical reasons.
The main reason why a lot of us don’t have a couch on our patio is that it will inevitably get destroyed or become unusable due to rain, snow or even wind.
By water and weatherproofing your couch, you can bypass all this and get the couch you deserve.
Plant in a pot
This is as simple a tip as they come. You can give your patio a little more life by introducing a live plant.
This can be done by either planting a suitable plant yourself or by purchasing a live plant from your local horticulturist.
Hanging garden chair
If there were ever a single product that could change a patio for the better without much effort, it would be a hanging garden chair.
Hanging garden chairs command attention and they aren’t the hardest chairs to build or install. You can decide to make your hanging chair or purchase one. The ball is in your court.
Those who have larger backyards are a better fit for a natural patio. You can build your patio around a large tree or a mound of hay.
With this natural patio, your options are virtually unlimited. The only thing holding you back would be your imagination.
This is a simple and straightforward patio theme. All you need is a rooftop and a dining set and you’ve got more than enough to have your very own rooftop patio.
Rooftop patios have been growing in popularity and all the clues point to the fact that they’ll continue. Of course, if you can’t have a rooftop patio, you could always opt for a patio with an opening roof! How cool is that?
Natural tiled patio
This is a stunning patio theme; this theme includes the floor of your patio being laid with ceramic tiles. In the center of this patio, they’ll be a wooden table surrounded by chairs made of biodegradable materials. There can also be a couch by the corner for when you want to relax.
Interior themed patio
Human beings are ironical beings, to say the least, this patio theme/ design goes to prove that fact.
If you’ve ever wanted a patio that accurately models your current living room then you’re not alone. We all want that and all we have to do is move a few pieces of furniture from your living room to your patio and you’re good to go.
Don’t forget to create a concrete plan for protecting the furniture from the elements.
More often than not, all your drab looking patio needs is a couple of brightly colored flowers to fill it with light and summer bliss.
A quick visit to your trusty neighborhood horticulturist should provide you with the beautiful flowers you need.
Adding a few modern appliances such as a flat-screen TV, a mini fridge and a stereo speaker can make or break your patio.
Be careful, if you plan on introducing modern appliances to your patio. Make sure they are well protected from the elements.