That patio lighting are designed to be decorative and functional at the same time. Make sure you consider the original color of walls surrounding the garden, other patio elements including the materials used, and the possible effects patio lights may have to overall comfort and ambience of your patio to produce the best possible lighting combination that suits your needs. When used and implemented correctly, patio lights can be great additions to your already beautiful patio design.
Creating privacy : If the patio is overlooked the patio design will need to include screening. Walls, hedges, pergolas, and fences can be included in the patio design to provide a sense of enclosure and privacy. When building a wall around a patio it is a great idea to include a window through to other garden areas so that the patio doesn't end up feeling to claustrophobic. Windows in dividing walls create an interesting glimpse of the rest of the garden without compromising privacy.
Stone Veneer : Stone veneer generally contains most of the benefits and advantages of real stone and it is comparatively a lighter type of patio materials and less expensive. Stone veneer can easily be cut with most common types of saws. Generally, most people will lay out their veneer pieces ahead of time so they can cut pieces to fit in odd spots in advance. It is also as durable as most other patio materials. It requires very minimal maintenance. In addition, stone veneers are much easier to find in the market.
Bar Table: Another important patio bar furniture is the patio bar table. Bar tables are typically tall tables fitted with slim pedestal bottoms and small table tops. Bar tables play a huge role in holding the party together. Guests usually converse while they eat or hold their drinks on bar tables. How many tables should you have? Well, that depends on the area of your patio and the number of guests that usually come to your parties. If you have a large patio and usually hosts large parties, then you should get many bar tables.