Improve Your Outdoor Living Space

Improve Your Outdoor Living Space

Improve Your Outdoor Living Space

pj and his family

by PJ Kratohvil
of Complete Solutions


Is your outdoor living space in need of a makeover, or does one even exist? Now that summer is coming to a close, do you remember looking out back and cringing at the thought of inviting friends over for a BBQ?

Whether you have a small space, or a wide open entertaining area there are simple, cost efficient solutions for converting that “Drab to Fab!”

brown pergola


Adding one to your outdoor living space will help define your patio and “hangout zone” from the rest of your backyard. It can lend your space more privacy and shade.


built in grill


Turn your patio into the ultimate hot spot with a customized bar stocked with all the necessary items to make every weekend the perfect outdoor party. Not having to push around that old grill but having a built-in structure with ample counter space makes a night and day difference when you’re cooking for the family or entertaining a backyard full of friends.


concrete firepit

Fire Pits

These can be used all year long to create a glowing backyard on any evening. They not only serve as a place to get warm but add another destination or spot to gather.


outdoor seating


The right seating for your outdoor living space can make all the difference. Knowing all your options and planning the space correctly will allow you to maximize your square footage.



Potted Plantings

Placing some good size pots with a nice balance of plant material to finish off any space and soften the environment, helping to blend all the textures and lines you’ve created throughout.

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