Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Before and After ~ Brick Patio Reveal

The before patio photograph looks pretty sad.  Picture flowers and bushes along the edge near the house.  My husband had to dig them up before the mason started working.  We saved them and will replant them in the near future.  Hoping to spare the back porch furniture from too much work dust, I covered them with old sheets.



What a difference 5 days make (and a bunch of $).  Definitely worth it all.


And that is the story of how the beautiful brick patio came to be.

The End

16 comments:

  1. Very much nicer. The $s were worth it!

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  2. You will so enjoy the time you spend there now! I love the screened in porch, too, but the patio extends that outside living space! Lovely!

    p.s. I left the recipe for the foaming hand soap over at the blog in a reply to your comment.

    xx

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    1. Thank you so much, Dianna. I will certainly copy it down!

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  3. It's just beautiful ~ enjoy!

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  4. Oh!
    It's lovely!!!!!
    You shall have many hours of relaxation there, my friend. : )

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    1. Billie Jo, I am eagerly awaiting spring so we can live out there!

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    1. Doesn't the before picture look sad compared to the after pics!

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    1. Chrissy, I've been saying that since they finished the work. wow!

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  7. That looks beautiful! You are really going to enjoy the warmer weather out there and a great place to entertain :-)

    Blessings,
    Jill

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    1. Jill, let's hope it warms up soon. All this cold reminds me of Northern NJ.

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  8. Just Beautiful, you have a lovely wooded yard too, such a nice calming area you have there to relax!!

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    1. Connie, I love our woods. All you can hear are the sounds of nature.

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