This homeowner had an existing covered area that was not quite big enough to fit their needs. We designed an update for them which gave them an additional 144 square feet of covered area and another 90 square feet of patio area with an outdoor kitchen.
Here is the before picture of this home. As one can see the covered area is just not big enough.
Here is the new look under the existing patio cover. The ceiling was refinished to match the additional covered area with stained T&G pine and 4X6 decorative cedar beams.
We were able to provide additional covered patio space by coming off both the original patio cover and the back of the home, thus creating one larger space. The privacy wall at the end helps with shade, adds some additional seating for large entertainment times, and has beautiful arched openings that gives the project an added flair.
A nice look into the covered outdoor living area with a view to the outdoor kitchen and back yard.
The flooring of the living space is light walnut travertine tile. Travertine is great for outdoors as it is a natural stone and wears well in the elements.
The homeowner opted for on uncovered kitchen area in order to not impede on the living or dining space. The granite counter top with stacked stone fascia has a propane grill, fridge and storage space — small but very functional…plenty of prep and serving space.
Top notch company. This firm stands behind its work. We had a small issue with some cracks in our slab related to settling, and Ryan had someone out the day after my phone call. Upon inspection, we were presented with several options and the work was completed in a week. I cannot say enough good things about Texas Custom Patios and the quality of their work.