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This Old House
This Old House • 43 weeks ago

A patio floor without rectilinear lines complements the organic shapes found in nature, for a relaxed, easygoing effect. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber

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A simple bistro table serves as both a cook's staging station and an extra spot for diners to gather around for chips and salsa. | Photo: Wendell T. Webber Similar to shown: Home Styles Terra Cotta Bistro Table, about $190; WayfairPhoto: Wendell T. Webber | thisoldhouse.com | from Outdoor Rooms as the Perfect Staycation Destinations

What could be better than sitting on a comfy, cushioned porch swing with a good book on a warm summer day? | Photo: Wendell T. Webber

A large potted 'Dancing Flame' salvia is just one of the rare cultivars at home on this back patio. See more of this lovely garden here. | Photo: Rob Cardillo | thisoldhouse.com

This irregularly shaped redwood deck, 12 by 20 feet along its longest side, was "aged" with Benjamin Moore Fresh Brew stain. This area was sectioned off into a cozy outdoor dining room.

So peaceful and relaxing, inviting, I want to curl up with a good book and snuggle under one of those blankets.

Love these variegated Pelargoniums ("geraniums").

garden room ...love this floor

full of character & interest ♥

In curving rows, hostas create natural-looking, low-maintenance borders for a large expanse of lawn without hardscape edging. Here, they divide the turf into different outdoor rooms, adding to the feeling of a green oasis. | Photo: Alison Rosa | thisoldhouse.com