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Lisa Miller 1/25/22 6:00 AM 6 min read

3 Ways Homeowners are Extending Living Space Outdoors

With spending more time at home, redesigning spaces to relax, unwind, and catch up with family and friends has become a popular home improvement project. It's inspiring to be a part of the new ways homeowners are bringing the comfort of indoor living outside while using natural stone to help them stand out! Regardless of the size of the space there are ways to create a functional atmosphere you can enjoy all year round.

Sterling Tan Patio Flagstone

Sterling Tan Flagstone Patio Designed by Woodburn & Company Installed by Piscataqua Landscaping

Outdoor Living Rooms 

Outdoor patio space with Connecticut Blend Fireplace

Outdoor Living Space by Soundview Gardens (NY) Using Stone Supplied By Nasco Stone Supply (NY)

This medium-sized gazebo embraces the freedom of the outdoors while providing shade and shelter from the weather. Every outdoor living space needs a staple feature and this natural stone fireplace, designed with Connecticut Blend Squares and Rectangles helped create a cozy setting for special events and memorable nights. 

Transition Spaces

Transitional Space with Natural Ledgestone Fireplace

American Mist Ledge Fireplace Built By New England Landscapes Inc.

Re-imagining existing space between indoors and outdoors can be a gamechanger! This American Mist Ledgestone fireplace turns a simple wall into an open-air sitting area, and with the addition of a TV, it’s a great spot to take a break from daily demands, or catch up in between to-dos. Transforming existing pieces of the home can make a drastic impact and turn a "dead space" into a functional one. 

Extended Patio Spaces

Patio space with Sterling Tan Sawn Flagstone

Sterling Tan Flagstone Patio Designed by Woodburn & Company Installed by Piscataqua Landscaping

The design of this courtyard style space makes it easy for indoor gatherings to extend themselves outside. The pergola gives a rustic feel while incorporating a stunning Sterling Tan Sawn Flagstone material that contributes beige and tan colors to match the pergola and home siding. Using the same flagstone material throughout the property created a cohesive landscape design and a tranquil atmosphere. 

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