These homeowners are ready to transform their outdoor space into one that is relaxing and conducive for entertaining.
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Homeowners Donna and Charlie Christensen want to extend their outdoor space for family gatherings, and they'd also like to camouflage a series of drainage pipes. Designer Denise Muscarella has a plan for the transformation — a fire pit with a stone backsplash, a stone bench and steps, a fence to hide the pipes and painting the pipes so they blend in with the hillside.
The homeowner's backyard was not conducive for family gatherings. It had a series of unsightly drainage pipes showing throughout the lawn and very little to no landscape design. Now their backyard has a family-friendly campground style, with plenty of aspects to show off to family and friends.
A one-of-a-kind stone backsplash sets off the new fire pit, which was created by recycled materials.
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