Clovelly HouseTransitional Deck, Sydney

Camilla Quiddington

Inspiration for a mid-sized transitional side yard deck in Sydney with an outdoor kitchen and an awning. —  Houzz
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tonderburinetonderburine wrote:24November,2015
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    Bawtree Design | Architecture + Interiors
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    It was supplied by Outrigger in Brookvale NSW. Its a waterproof retractable awning about 5m x 5m.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Julia Fairley added this to 32 Enviable Outdoor Kitchens That Work in Our Climate14 December 2018

14. Clovelly, NSWDesigner: Bawtree Design Architecture + Interiors

Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 30 Dreamy Outdoor Dining Spaces6 September 2017

26. Location: Clovelly, NSWWhy we love it: A number of clever inclusions in the outdoor area of this renovated Federation home caught our eye, including a large, waterproof and retractable awning that allows the family to use the area all year, and a fully contained outdoor kitchen that’s perfect for hiding mess and cooking paraphernalia. Top marks for designers Bawtree Design Architecture + Interiors.

InHowzer added this to 11 Cool Shade Ideas for Summer11 November 2016

2. Crank out an awning For more flexibility, and with fickle weather to contend with, even during the summer months, a retractable waterproof awning is the best option. You can commit to your evening dinner alfresco, even if the weather looks a bit doubtful, and create a cool and inviting outdoor area during the day, while still having an areas that’s light and bright for entertaining.

Joanna Tovia added this to Why Decks Top the Lot23 August 2016

Entertaining at home is a prime reason homeowners place so much importance on their outdoor living spaces, with 28 per cent adding built-in seating to their decks for this purpose. Informal built-in seating, such as the benches seen at the end of this deck, is just the place to perch with a pre-dinner drink when family and friends come over.

Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Design Workshop: How to Select Garden Shades and Shelters16 April 2016

AwningsAwnings, shade sails and canopies are becoming increasingly popular in gardens where pergolas and more solid structures are not an option. Their flexibility 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 Sydney 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.

Joanna Tovia added this to Under Cover: Which Pergola Is Right for You?22 February 2016

Awnings and sailsA waterproof awning by Outrigger Awnings and Sails makes this outdoor area cool and comfortable, without blocking all the light.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Dianne Raisin added this to bilga street4 days ago

A waterproof awning by Outrigger Awnings and Sails makes this outdoor area cool and comfortable, without blocking all the light.

Laura May added this to Laura's ideas3 May 2021

Would a shade sail work on our patio?

maw710 added this to Harper Landscape Ideas1 May 2021

Deck covering with fabric shade

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