An outdated backyard gets a refreshing upgrade.
An outdated pool and patio
The homeowners of this St. Catharines property wanted a backyard where they could relax and entertain. Although they did have a pool with a concrete patio, the space wasn’t big enough for their large circle of friends and both were outdated and in need of repair.
Making the most of a narrow backyard
The long, narrow backyard wasn’t without its challenges. Access was very tight, making it difficult to get the heavy machinery needed to complete the project into the yard — but we were able to make it work.
A place to relax and entertain friends
In the end, we were completely refreshed the pool and patio area, adding extra space and exciting features that turned a tired backyard into an urban delight — and the perfect place to host epic backyard barbecues!
Key Design Features
- A wood-burning fireplace was incorporated into the seating area, using brick accents in the fireplace design to match the reclaimed brick on the house.
- Added a new dining and cooking area adjacent to the pool with under-counter lighting and covered by a pergola, giving the space shade and a resort-like ambiance.
- The new patio connects the pool to the other spaces and the Wiarton Ledgestone used to construct the kitchen and fireplace ties everything together beautifully.
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The beautiful Niagara Escarpment lends a backdrop to this homeowner's sanctuary.
A home that offers both space to gracefully entertain and to find peace and tranquility from life's stresses.