Seattle Cozy PatioContemporary Patio, Seattle

In Seattle's Fremont neighborhood SCJ Studio designed a new landscape to surround and set off a contemporary home by Coates Design Architects. The narrow spaces around the tall home needed structure and organization, and a thoughtful approach to layout and space programming. A concrete patio was installed with a Paloform Bento gas fire feature surrounded by lush, northwest planting. A horizontal board cedar fence provides privacy from the street and creates the cozy feeling of an outdoor room among the trees. LED low-voltage lighting by Kichler Lighting adds night-time warmth .
Photography by: Miranda Estes Photography

This is an example of a small contemporary backyard patio in Seattle with a fire feature, concrete pavers and no cover. —  Houzz
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Lauren Dunec Hoang added this to 10 Fresh Ideas for Good-Looking Timber Fences12 December 2019

You have a choice as to the thickness of the boards and whether or not you want to leave gaps between them. No gaps gives most privacy, but being able to peek through the fence and see some of the garden beyond can be nice. Consider referencing your home’s siding with the lumber width or slat spacing.

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pentreath added this to Nussman Backyard Project ideas7 January 2022

like firepit (Bento) and only takes up small area

chrissymariewags added this to Patio Ideas15 August 2021

Fence with garden to patio stones

tracy196 added this to BACKYARD IDEAS8 June 2021

Pavers fire pit and gravel option

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