Clovelly HouseTransitional Terrace, Sydney

Camilla Quiddington

Inspiration for a medium sized classic side terrace in Sydney with an outdoor kitchen and an awning. —  Houzz
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Lucy Searle added this to Why a Garden Sail is Summer’s Most Useful Quick Fix1 March 2018

Merge indoors and outIf you’ve invested in sliding doors that fold right back to open your interior out to the garden, you can extend your liveable space – both visually and practically – with a sail. Put yours over a dining area, outdoor kitchen or seating space, but (note to self) not a barbecue.Find decking, patio and shed specialists on Houzz

Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to 8 Ideas for Garden Shades and Shelters20 June 2016

AwningsAwnings, shade sails and canopies are becoming increasingly popular in gardens where pergolas and more solid structures are not an option. Their flexibility in terms of size and shape means they can be used to protect a variety of outdoor spaces, from sandpits to patios. Here, Bawtree Design used a retractable waterproof awning to shade this garden. Pros Awnings are versatile and lightweight, and they suit most garden styles.Cons They can stain and attract mould, and are not suitable in windy locations.Discover how to weatherproof your patio for a British summer

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maricorky added this to Camille’s Deck6 days ago

Built in bbq area on the side with a sink ☺️

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