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A "Nice Enough" Patio Gets a Warm, Wood Upgrade — Makeover

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 21, 2016 01:06 AM
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by Nora Taylor last modified Jun 15, 2016

%22http://atmedia.imgix.net/18ff22fc44f2ae9ff42afc97630810c55ba66c8a?w=800.0&h=533.3333333333334&fit=crop%22,%20:width=>800,%20:height=>533,%20:s=>%22centercrop%22,%20:media=>%22(min-width:%2078.125em)%22%7D" />%22http://atmedia.imgix.net/18ff22fc44f2ae9ff42afc97630810c55ba66c8a?w=800.0&h=533.3333333333334&fit=crop%22,%20:width=>800,%20:height=>533,%20:s=>%22centercrop%22,%20:media=>%22(min-width:%2078.125em)%22%7D" alt="" /> Before (Image credit: Submitted by Anne-Claire) Project by: Anne-Claire Location: Rockville, Maryland Our back patio was nice enough when we moved in. It was made of flag stones, had a fun round shape and was surrounded by plants and trees. But after almost two years in the house, we felt that a wood deck would look warmer and more inviting. So this spring while my parents were visiting from France, my dad helped us build one. He's a very good DIYer and had already built a deck for their own home. READ MORE »




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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