Backyard extension design: 12 Patio Extension Ideas for Outdoor Living

12 Patio Extension Ideas for Outdoor Living

When it comes to outdoor spaces, patios offer so much potential. From seating areas to firepits and outdoor dining tables, patios are ideal for relaxation outside. But some patios don’t quite live up to their full potential because they don’t cover enough ground. Enter: patio extension ideas. Our designers can look at the space outside of your home and come up with a variety of ways to fill in your patio area, all while keeping your design goals at the forefront. Check out some of our favorite designs featuring patio extensions below. 

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#1 // Clean Lines 

Patio extension ideas don’t always require considerably expanding a space. This home already had a concrete patio, but it didn’t stretch the length of the home and had an uneven layout. To clean the lines up, our designers filled in the space with pea stone and concrete pavers. We also added two functional seating areas, creating a more intentional patio design.

#2 // Maximize Small Spaces

Having a small home and yard doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a patio. Our designers extended the patio off of this home’s entryway and front stoop, filling in the small grass area between the walkway and driveway. We suggested pavers in both of those design elements for texture. We also added a spot for outdoor lounging without compromising too much of the front yard.

#3 // Entertaining Zones

Patio extension ideas are often thought of in terms of entertainment. Patios are a great way to create an outdoor area meant for relaxing and entertaining guests. We added a patio to the back of this home and sprinkled in a few different distinct entertaining zones, including one for gathering around a firepit, one for lounging, and another for dining. 

#4 // Accentuate with Landscaping

Patios and landscaping go hand in hand. Adding plants, pavers, and lighting to a patio space can create a more serene environment. Our designers saw the potential for landscaping that this client’s yard offered. We filled things in with shrubs, plants, boulders, pavers, and stone and also added a small seating area to take in the idyllic setting.

#5 // Functional Space for a Sloped Yard

This home’s existing landscaping made the sloped yard all the more evident. Our designers extended the patio off the front porch, layering in walkway pavers, landscaping, stairs, and deck railing. All of the added elements work together to create a more functional front yard layout.

#6 // Patio Off the Deck

If a comforting and cozy outdoor area speaks to your design goals, there are plenty of patio extension ideas to explore. For this home, we removed the deck railing and expanded the patio directly off of it to make room for three separate spots to relax and unwind. 

#7 // Front and Back Patio Extensions

If outdoor lounging is something that’s important to you, consider adding patios to both your front and back yards. After all, they offer different views and vibes — the front yard is a great place to be social, while the backyard can feel more cozy and private. This home’s previous entryway offered just enough concrete space for one chair. Our designers extended the patio to create both a walkway and an outdoor seating space, with pea gravel as the ground cover. Moving to the backyard, we expanded the patio further into the yard to add in a firepit and lounge chairs. This client also wanted extension patio roof ideas to make their home’s exterior feel less flat, so we added in a gabled area above the door of the screened-in porch. 

#8 // Make the Most of the Space

Our designers have the expert ability to look at a space and imagine a myriad of ways to transform it. This home boasts a bigger front yard, so our designers maximized it by extending the patio near the entrance, creating an open layout that includes both a widened walkway and a seating area, all using the same hardscape materials.  

#9 // Mix and Match Materials

One of our go-to ways to make a design more dynamic and to differentiate spaces is by including a variety of textures and materials. The added patio lounge spaces in this design features three different flooring materials: concrete, wood planks, and stones.

#10 // Patio Extended Off the Walkway

Patio extensions are often added near a front or back door, but this rendering shows a more unique patio that extends farther into the yard, off the walkway. The existing space in front of this home was wide open. Adding a curved walkway combined with a gorgeous patio really elevates the curb appeal.

#11 // Patio with a Pergola

Pergolas are the ideal design element to bring to a patio if you want an airy aesthetic as well as some protection from overhead sunlight. This home’s red brick and beige siding got a major overhaul with an all-white exterior — which appears all the more inviting combined with the wispy plants and concrete pavers. The pergola serves as a focal point to draw the eye to the centered patio space.

#12 // Separate Patio Sections

Patios don’t have to be confined to a sole space. The existing patio surrounding the back door of this home was extended with walkway pavers that lead to a separate seating section.

Inspired to spend more time outside?

Relaxing and enjoying some time outside is one of the best things about being a homeowner. If you’re ready to add on to your outdoor space, we’re full of ideas to get you inspired.

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22 Patio Roof Extension Ideas

Dakota Crawford

If you want to create a covered patio or porch, a roof extension is one interesting option to consider. An extended roof will be a part of your house. So if you’re building a new home or remodeling an existing one, you can mortgage your new roof out. Including the cost of your roof addition in your home equity loan allows you to pay it off over time, saving you money in the meantime. Different patio roof extension ideas correspond to different types of roofs that are applicable to residential homes. Let’s take a look at what design ideas are available so you can decide which style is best for your home’s architecture and your budget.



1. Extend Off The Rake Of A Gable Roof

Gable roofs are one of the most common roof styles you’ll see, especially on single-story homes. A gable roof has two sides that slope down from the center of the home. The two sides of the house that run perpendicular to the roof slope have triangles at the top which extend to meet the roof. The two flat sides with triangles at the top are called gables. You can easily extend one side of a gable roof at the rake to create a covered patio or porch.

This modern patio roof extension is built off of the existing gable roof of the home. You can simply extend the roof from the existing pitch. Doing this creates what is known as an abutment between the existing roof and the new, extended part of the roof.

Here they’ve used dark wood flooring on the ceiling which matches the window trim. Mixing neutral contrasting colors like black and white is essential to creating a modern look. The recessed lighting in the roof helps brighten the space along with light floors. Adding a large fan in the center will help cool the space on warm summer days.

This country-style house has a patio roof extension in the middle, creating a covered porch. The ornate columns used to support the roof match the traditional style of the home perfectly. The skylights brighten the porch and allow more light into the home as well.

They’ve painted the ceiling blue which is a Southern tradition started by the Gullah/Geechee people in South Carolina. It is believed to bring good luck to the home and keep out evil spirits.

This gable roof extension has a more industrial vibe due to the mixture of wood tones and black framing. This is a perfect example of an extension design with a small porch. They’ve kept the framing and posts clean and simple which is budget-friendly. They’ve added texture and style with the ornate hanging lights and the chevron pattern on the railing.


2. Expand Gable Roofs In The Direction Of The Ridge

Extending a gable roof in the direction of the ridge will give you a larger covered porch area. It will also make the space feel larger because the height of the ceiling makes it feel more open. This idea works great with a high-pitched ranch house design.

They have seamlessly tied the full gable extension into the roofline of the house, resulting in a cohesive design that blends in with the existing roof. This creates a wonderful flow from the interior to the exterior of the home for the perfect indoor-outdoor living experience.


3. Add A Lean-to Roof Extension In A Corner

A Lean-to roof is one of the most affordable options when it comes to roof extensions for patios. They are created by adding a single-sloped roof to the exterior wall of the house rather than tying it to the existing roof. By adding them to a corner of a house you are left with only two open sides. This can provide some extra privacy and create more shade.

Here they’ve added a lean-to style roof on a two-story house to create a covered front porch. They’ve added a wood plant ceiling which adds texture to the design and painted it white to brighten up the space. They’ve made the columns look high-end by adding trim work that complements the window and door framing, and stonework at the bottom that ties in with the color of the house siding.

These homeowners have built a wide lean-to roof extension allowing them to add both an interior sunroom addition and a covered porch to the backyard. They’ve kept the columns and porch roof simple which matches with the design of the house and makes the addition more budget-friendly.

This flat roof extension over the deck creates a large covered area for entertaining guests. Building a large extension like this allows space for both a dining area and an outdoor living room. It has several can lights in the ceiling which will provide ample lighting after the sun sets.


4. Use Cantilevered Roof Extensions For A Modern Look

A Cantilevered roof extends from the main structure and has no supporting posts. This creates a roof that appears to be floating. Cantilevered roofs look fantastic when added to homes with modern or mid-century modern architecture.

Photo Credit: George Nijland

This flat cantilevered roof fits this home and poolside deck stunningly. You wouldn’t want a roof extension with columns blocking the views from the full glass walls. The sleek look of this roof fits the style of the home and deck perfectly. I love how they’ve incorporated some landscaping under the roofline with a small patch of grass and a tree growing through the roof.


5. Roof Extensions Between Walls Create Inset Porches and Privacy

An inset porch is created when a roof covers a patio located between two walls of the home. This leaves just one side of the patio open, creating more privacy on your patio. It can also help to block out wind, and heavy rain, and create more shade on your back porch. If you want to create an inset porch or patio, but your home isn’t configured correctly for it, you have two options.

You can either remove part of one side wall and push it back to create the inset space for your patio. You can also create a corner inset patio by removing part of the walls at the corner of a house.

This partially inset patio was created by pushing back the exterior wall about 5 feet. The roof was also extended so that the covered part of the patio extends beyond the inset part. The way they’ve utilized the extra two walls created by the inset is genius. On one side, they’ve added another door to create a second access point to the porch. On the other side, they’ve hung a television.

Here’s what a corner roof extension looks like after removing two walls to create an inset porch. This creates an ideal space to get out of the sun next to the pool. They’ve also added an outdoor kitchen for hosting the ultimate barbeque.


6. Extending A Roof To Create A Veranda

Extending a roof in multiple directions will allow you to create a veranda or wraparound porch. If your existing roof rake is tall enough, you can simply extend the roof on multiple sides from the existing pitch. If the existing rake isn’t tall enough to extend along the current pitch, you can create a bonnet roof extension instead.

The bonnet roof will extend from the current rake but doesn’t follow the existing pitch. The bonnet will have a slight almost flat slope, allowing the roof to extend out over a porch while still providing enough ceiling height beneath it.

Bonnet-style roofs are popular in warmer areas of the country and in the tropics. They provide ample shade in these regions and are able to withstand tropical storm-force winds well. This country-style home has added a roof extension surround leaving the beams exposed to give the ceiling a rustic look. They have basically created a covered porch surround which will allow them to have a shady spot to enjoy no matter what time of day it is. 


7. Roof Extensions With Large Skylights Resemble Courtyards

A courtyard is a type of patio that has an open sky view and is partially or completely surrounded by walls. The downside to a courtyard is it doesn’t have a roof which prevents you from enjoying it when it’s raining. By adding a large skylight in your roof extension, you can create a patio that resembles a courtyard without worrying about the weather keeping you inside.

These homeowners have created a courtyard-style patio by adding a roof extension over the breezeway between two structures. They’ve added a fireplace and heaters in the ceiling to keep the space cozy and warm during winter. The large skylight in the middle adds light to the space during the day and makes it function more like a courtyard.


8. Combine Multiple Roof Extension Styles That Compliment Your Home

When adding a roof extension, you want to keep the overall look of your home in mind. The extension should complement the existing roof lines. This will ensure that the entire roof looks original to the home and doesn’t decrease its curb appeal.

For this backyard patio roof extension, they’ve used both a gable roof and a flatter lean-to roof to complement the existing structure. The extension mirrors the second-floor gable roof and walkout deck perfectly. This makes it look like it is part of the original architecture rather than an addition.


9. Separate Gable Roofs Create a Large Open Patio Space

Another backyard roof extension idea is to add a completely separate gable roof, attached to the house on the pitched side. This creates a large patio area that’s nice and open with its three unwalled sides and high ceilings.

This double roof extension was used to create a huge outdoor living space. They’ve extended the original roof out to create an inset patio area with a full outdoor kitchen. Then they added a separate gable roof to cover the large dining area in front of the outdoor kitchen. I love how they used glass on the gable roof to maximize sunlight in the space. The vines growing over the roof provide shade and make the patio look like a tropical oasis.

This separate gable roof is attached directly to the house’s original roof. The large sliding door is great for indoor-outdoor living on this patio. Using a frosted, corrugated roof provides some protection from the sun but doesn’t block the light from shining through the home’s windows. Natural light inside a home can often be blocked with a roof extension but not with this cool design. 


10. Most Affordable Ways To Build Patio Roof Extensions

There are certain ways to go about adding a patio roof extension that can make it more affordable. The materials you use or the type of roof you build can make it a more cost-efficient project overall.

One cheaper design idea is to extend an existing pitch with a separate structure covered with plexiglass. Some people would call it an awning. You’ll save money by extending off the existing pitch because the extension doesn’t disturb the existing roof. Using a plexiglass roof is much more affordable than installing a shingle roof over the extension.

A lean-to roof is the most affordable extension option because it can be built directly off an existing wall of a two-story home. Here they’ve left all three sides of the porch open which also reduces the overall cost of the project.

The smaller the size of the extension is, the more affordable it will be. These homeowners have extended a roof over a small corner patio that still provides room for a mini seating area. They still get the benefits of enjoying a covered porch rain or shine without a huge price tag.


11. More Ideas and Tips

When creating your roof extension, consider adding extra features to your newly covered patio to maximize its uses.

The clean lines and high ceiling of this design give it a modern style. They’ve maximized the utility of the space by adding an outdoor kitchen, dining area, and living room. In the corner, they’ve even added a storage closet which is ideal for keeping outdoor items hidden while also being easily accessible when needed.

This backyard roof extension has it all. The louvered roof though expensive gives you a ton of versatility on your new covered patio. The slats can be left open to allow sunlight in, angled to reduce heat in the summer, or completely closed to keep out rain when needed. They’ve also installed a full surround of sliding glass walls which turns this into a four seasons sunroom. 

This outdoor kitchen and dining space looks exactly like what you’d expect inside a home. It has open shelving to store dishes and cookware and even a full-sized fridge. You could cook an entire meal in this space without needing to go inside once. I appreciate that they didn’t cover up the existing brick wall of the home. It enhances the appearance of an outdoor room, adding texture and interest to the entire design.

If you’re adding a patio roof extension, consider adding a full glass wall to the home or accordion doors. The glass will create an illusion of more space as the indoor and outdoor spaces will seamlessly flow into one another. A glass wall was an obvious choice for this patio space since the deck under the roof overlooks the lake. All of the glass ensures you have clear sightlines to enjoy the lake view.

This deck roof extension includes ceiling lights for nighttime enjoyment and built-in heaters to keep you warm during the winter. They also added a fireplace to the space which will add to the nighttime ambiance in the space.  They’ve also used a modern industrial black metal and glass railing for safety on this second-story deck.

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Dakota Crawford is a freelance science writer who covers gardening, forestry, wildlife, and entomology. She earned three degrees from The University of Georgia: Bachelor of Science in Wildlife, Master of Science in Forest Resources, and Master of Science in Entomology.

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The upper deck includes Ipe flooring, an outdoor kitchen with concrete countertops, and a custom decorative metal railing that connects to the lower deck’s artificial turf area. The ground level features custom concrete pavers, fire pit, open framed pergola with day bed and under decking system.

Trex Deck and Pergola

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Ground view of deck. Outwardly visible structural elements are wrapped in PVC. Photo Credit: Johnna Harrison
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Kirkland Outdoor Kitchen

h3D Architecture + Design

Outdoor kitchen complete with grill, refrigerators, sink, and ceiling heaters. Wood soffits add to a warm feel.
Design by: h3D Architecture + Design
Built by: Crescent Builds
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Outdoor BBQ

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Ammirato Construction’s use of K2’s Pacific Ashlar thin veneer, is beautifully displayed on many of the walls of this property.
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Outdoor Kitchen East Cobb with Green Egg

Atlanta Curb Appeal

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Outdoor kitchen in Colchester, Essex

Grillo Outdoor Kitchens

Samuel Moore, owner of Consilium Hortus, is renowned for creating beautiful, bespoke outdoor spaces which are designed specifically to meet his client’s tastes. Taking inspiration from landscapes, architecture, art, design and nature, Samuel meets briefs and creates stunning projects in gardens and spaces of all sizes.
This recent project in Colchester, Essex, had a brief to create a fully equipped outdoor entertaining area. With a desire for an extension of their home, Samuel has created a space that can be enjoyed throughout the seasons.
A louvered pergola covers the full length of the back of the house. Despite being a permanent structural cover, the roof, which can turn 160 degrees, enables the sun to be chased as it moves throughout the day. Heaters and lights have been incorporated for those colder months, so those chillier days and evenings can still be spent outdoors. The slatted feature wall, not only matches the extended outdoor table but also provides a backdrop for the Outdoor Kitchen drawing out its Iroko Hardwood details.
For a couple who love to entertain, it was obvious that a trio of cooking appliances needed to be incorporated into the outdoor kitchen design. Featuring our Gusto, the Bull BBQ and the Deli Vita Pizza Oven, the pair and their guests are spoilt for choice when it comes to alfresco dining. The addition of our single outdoor fridge also ensures that glasses are never empty, whatever the tipple.

TREX Pergolas

My Amazing Yard Inc

TREX Pergolas can look just like wood but perform much better for a maintenance free experience for years. Although there are standard kits like 12′ x 16′ (etc), we can also custom design something totally unique to you!

A Modern Mexican Leisure Oasis

Betz Pools Limited

The portion of leading deck to the sunken bar area includes a fully equipped outdoor kitchen, dining table with chairs and a pool towel/accessories cabinet. The backyard has multiple wired internet connections, so the owner has the option of working outdoors.

Glass Railing Deck

Kona Contractors

Composite Deck and Glass Railings securing a beautiful outdoor kitchen.
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Backyard Covered Kitchen

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Photo by Tina Witherspoon.
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Lake Norman – indoor-outdoor living

Collaborative Interior Design

The outdoor sundeck leads off of the indoor living room and is centered between the outdoor dining room and outdoor living room. The 3 distinct spaces all serve a purpose and all flow together and from the inside. String lights hung over this space bring a fun and festive air to the back deck.


Archadeck of Austin

Our clients wanted the dramatic look of a pergola for their kitchen with additional coverage for shade and protection from rain, too. A pergola over a specific section sets off that area and defines it as an outdoor room. As you may know, some pergolas provide more shade than others. It all depends on the pergola design. This large two-beam pergola, attached to the house, is designed for shade with purlins that are close together. The pergola also has a translucent cover that filters UV rays, blocks heat, and shields the outdoor kitchen from rain.

Modern Farmhouse

JRP Design & Remodel

Our clients wanted the ultimate modern farmhouse custom dream home. They found property in the Santa Rosa Valley with an existing house on 3 ½ acres. They could envision a new home with a pool, a barn, and a place to raise horses. JRP and the clients went all in, sparing no expense. Thus, the old house was demolished and the couple’s dream home began to come to fruition.
The result is a simple, contemporary layout with ample light thanks to the open floor plan. When it comes to a modern farmhouse aesthetic, it’s all about neutral hues, wood accents, and furniture with clean lines. Every room is thoughtfully crafted with its own personality. Yet still reflects a bit of that farmhouse charm.
Their considerable-sized kitchen is a union of rustic warmth and industrial simplicity. The all-white shaker cabinetry and subway backsplash light up the room. All white everything complimented by warm wood flooring and matte black fixtures. The stunning custom Raw Urth reclaimed steel hood is also a star focal point in this gorgeous space. Not to mention the wet bar area with its unique open shelves above not one, but two integrated wine chillers. It’s also thoughtfully positioned next to the large pantry with a farmhouse style staple: a sliding barn door.
The master bathroom is relaxation at its finest. Monochromatic colors and a pop of pattern on the floor lend a fashionable look to this private retreat. Matte black finishes stand out against a stark white backsplash, complement charcoal veins in the marble looking countertop, and is cohesive with the entire look. The matte black shower units really add a dramatic finish to this luxurious large walk-in shower.
Photographer: Andrew – OpenHouse VC

Freshwater House

Richard Cole Architecture

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Extension to the house in the photo

Many owners of country houses or urban private households sooner or later face the question of organizing an extension to the house. Someone needs a bright veranda as a closed porch, someone needs additional space to accommodate a residential or utility room. Some homeowners organize an extension near the main entrance, someone expands in the backyard area. Each of the ways of arranging an extension to the house has its own characteristics and nuances. We hope that the selection of original, but at the same time practical outbuildings that we have collected for this publication will help you decide on the style of execution, the choice of building and finishing materials, and suggest organizing the interior of a veranda or an additional room.

Within small plots of urban private households, every square meter counts. It’s no surprise that many homeowners need extra space to organize their kitchen, dining room, or living room.

Exterior of the extension

Most of the extensions of urban private houses are located in the backyard, but there are options for organizing an additional room that is visible from the street, located near the main entrance or placed in such a way that the extension itself becomes the main entrance to the dwelling. In this case, it is especially important what the exterior of your building will be. Of course, ideally, the extension looks like it was originally conceived and is an integral part of the building. But it often happens that the main building is quite old or made of materials that the homeowner does not want to use and the addition of an additional room cannot be done harmoniously and in accordance with the characteristics of the facade of the home. In this case, you can apply a radically opposite technique and organize an extension that will become the focus of attention on the exterior of the entire building, will stand out for its original design or finish, and perhaps even differ in style and execution.

Here is one example of the successful integration of a new building in close proximity to the main building. The use of the same building and finishing materials for the construction and cladding of the extension, which were used in the construction of the main building, made it possible to create a harmonious ensemble. The building looks as if the extension has always been part of the household.

And this is a variant of the construction of an extension, different in appearance from the main building. The extra space is more like a glazed veranda, it is literally flooded with natural light. It is a great pleasure to have such an original building in the backyard, overlooking a neatly planned and organized garden and park ensemble.

Here is an example of how an extension, which was not thought of during the construction of the main building, becomes not only its integral part, but also a visiting card. The spacious, snow-white extension, decorated in the French style, has become not only a living room for the first floor, but also an open area with a fence for the upper level.

Another option for a large extension, the exterior of which is fundamentally different from the design and decoration of the main building. The incredibly spacious new building continues into the backyard with a modern patio on the cemented area with a dining area, barbecue equipment and an oven.

An extension located on a wooden platform or deck provides additional space not only inside the building, but also outside it. On the platform, you can organize places for recreation, barbecues or active games for children and adults.

Considering that a lot of wood was used in the construction of the main building, the logical decision to build an additional room was to choose a similar material, arranged with glass inserts.

Another example of an extension made entirely of glass inserts supported by timber structures, but this time painted to match the elements of the main building.

If one of the extension walls is adjacent to a fence or part of another building, it is made in a blind version, the remaining surfaces can be glass from the ground to the roof or have a small brick or stone foundation.

Clear or frosted glass walls and sliding doors can be a great option for building an extra room or porch.

If both the newly built walls of the new premises are blank and there is no possibility to organize glass openings on the roof, then at least one of the walls must be glass in order to provide not only natural lighting of the room, but also defuse the psychological atmosphere of the enclosed space.

This spacious building is a whole complex of outbuildings, within which it was possible to equip not only a large kitchen with a dining room, but also a spacious living room for relaxing with the whole family and receiving guests.

This extension is more like a full two-story building with glass walls and a roof. The glass part of the new building overlooks the backyard, while the facade is made in a more deaf version.

And this is perhaps the smallest room that could be added to the backyard. Wood-paneled both inside and out, the extension became a small kitchen area.

Interior of additional space

Of course, the interior of the outbuildings will depend on what plan the room is located in it. In addition to the functional component, there is also a nuance of combinatorics with the rest of the house. Most homeowners prefer the interior of the extension to be designed in the same colors and textures as the main room. But there are also those who dare to experiment, unexpected design solutions or the embodiment of their ideas, which did not find a place in the original household.

This extension has a kitchen and dining area. Light, almost snow-white surface finish allows you to visually expand the new space. It is not always possible to provide the extension with a sufficient amount of natural light due to window openings, in which case the glass ceiling, or parts of it, saves.

Another option for an extension with an interior in bright colors, where it was possible to place not only a kitchen, but also a small living room.

This contemporary living room with country touches is set in a glazed veranda attached to the main building. In country life, it is extremely difficult to do without the use of wood and stone cladding, because these are the most suitable building and finishing materials for homeownership located in nature.

Another glazed porch with wooden beams is home to a classic kitchen and dining area. The white, black and wood shades used in the interior made it possible to create a really cozy homely atmosphere of the additional room.

Another example of a veranda with a glass ceiling and most of the walls.