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    Patios: How to Decide the Best Type and Shape

    “There are already plenty of designs and styles which you can get ideas from yet at the end of the day, it will still be your choice and taste that should prevail. Web pages, do it yourself blogs and magazines presents a number of choices that you will definitely love. Still, before deciding on it, make sure you possess the plan and the set budget to ensure that you’ll have no concerns while the work is in progress.”
    Fire pit and sofas on resort patio

    Patio comes from the Spanish word?patio, meaning backyard or back garden. Traditionally, it is the open inner court of a?Spanish or Spanish-style house.??In common usage, it is used to describe any outdoor living space often adjoining a residence, used for dining, entertaining or relaxation.?Patios?may or may not have covers or roofs and are usually paved areas between the house and garden. They can be made of?concrete,?brick,?stone,?flagstone, gravel, pavers…

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