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Trending on Remodelista: Dining Al Fresco, 3 Ways

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Trending on Remodelista: Dining Al Fresco, 3 Ways

July 17, 2020

You won’t mind the mosquito bites when the outdoor dining setup is this good. Here are three ideas from Remodelista:

A biergarten table and bench set is a chic classic for a casual patio, and this one, with green legs, is just about perfect. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Kitchen of the Week: A London Architect’s Sky-Lit Compact Kitchen.
Above: A biergarten table and bench set is a chic classic for a casual patio, and this one, with green legs, is just about perfect. Photograph courtesy of The Modern House, from Kitchen of the Week: A London Architect’s Sky-Lit Compact Kitchen.
Add charm to your outdoor dining table by covering it with a pretty tablecloth. Photograph courtesy of Schoolhouse Electric, from Urban Cottage: Designer and “Creativepreneur” Angela Medlin’s Chic Victorian in Portland, OR.
Above: Add charm to your outdoor dining table by covering it with a pretty tablecloth. Photograph courtesy of Schoolhouse Electric, from Urban Cottage: Designer and “Creativepreneur” Angela Medlin’s Chic Victorian in Portland, OR.
Sometimes, opening up your windows (or, in this case, glass louvre doors) as wide as possible will make you feel like you&#8
Above: Sometimes, opening up your windows (or, in this case, glass louvre doors) as wide as possible will make you feel like you’re outdoors without having to actually step out of your home. Photograph courtesy of George & Willy, from The DIY Makeover: George and Willy’s Urban Cabin (Created from a Tiny 1991 Suburban House).

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