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  • Judi Schreiber

    A pergola for the backyard patio - would love to have a porch swing hanging from it! <3

  • Krista Moyer

    Deck design with pergola.

  • Christie

    Beautiful porch, backyard, flowers and pergola

  • Sue

    LIKE THE DOUBLE BOARDS OVERHEAD ON PERGOLA. Hanging baskets, comfy furniture, small deck, gravel path with flower beds, something climbing the arbor - a wonderful outdoor space for a small yard.

  • Mindi Qualls Titcomb

    Flower Garden idea for back porch area

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