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    Patios are great places for imaginations to go wild. Your outdoor space can become anything you want it to with a little bit of thought and creativity. Obviously, it largely depends on where you live and what the weather conditions are normally like, but otherwise, the sky is the limit. From an outdoor living room to an outdoor kitchen to a game area or garden, there are so many ways to make use of your handy patio. To really make it your own, you can try your hand at a DIY patio project such as a unique hammock, a fire pit, or retiling the patio.

    UNIQUE HAMMOCKS

    A hammock does not have to be a cheap cloth that hangs from two trees. Though there is nothing at all wrong with such hammocks, which can certainly be quite comfortable, you can aim for something a bit more extravagant. You can build a large wooden or metal frame in any shape you’d like. It can be large or minimalistic. Either way, the idea is to put a focus on the frame as well as the hammock. It will also make the hammock more comfortable to lie on, as it will be a more permanent fixture on the patio.

    FIRE PITS

    Fire pits are terrific ideas in both warm and cold climates and can make the perfect DIY patio project. Select the materials you would like to work with, the colors that go with your patio, and the size for the fire pit you will be creating. Once these decision have been made you can begin to construct your fire pit, which will soon become the heart of your patio.

    RETILING THE PATIO

    The flooring of your patio is one of the first things anyone notices upon stepping out on the patio. Therefore it must be perfectly striking and welcoming. If your patio does not already boast such qualities, or is in dire need of a makeover, you can make this your very own DIY project. Find the most suitable tiles for your patio and get to work. Take extra caution in precision as these small details do show.

    The greatest thing about patios is that they are open and laid back. This leaves much room for your own personal touch and handiwork. Tackle a project that speaks most to you and that you can benefit from the most. It will make all the difference.

     

     

     

     

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