New Summer Patio Ideas

Patios are the perfect place to create summer memories in Medford, OR.  If you want a patio that is great for entertaining, a piece of solitude for you and your family, or a great place to watch your favorite show, there are ways to create the space you want to live outdoors with a custom patio and landscaping that compliments the new space.

Dine Outside

A dining area outside is a perfect way to entertain with style.  Enjoy fresh Oregon summers with a rock patio and a teak dining set.  You can install a summer kitchen with a grill and complete your outdoor kitchen as well.  Stringing outdoor lights from your trees can complete the lively outdoor space.

Entertainment and Landscape

Adding a wall to your patio and a roof will give you the space to install your new smart TV.  Enjoy watching your shows or the game with shrubs or rock and potted plant garden surrounding the patio.  Your new space will be a hit with your friends and family.  Complete your design with comfortable outdoor furniture.

Shade Yourself

Pergolas are a wonderful way to cover a patio and incorporate rocks, plants, and lights into an outdoor area that feels like it is inside.  A pergola is easy to build and looks great over any type of patio!


Consider a patio that has a canning kitchen built-in.  Include a counter height table and bar stools to convert it to a bar when you entertain!  Canning in the kitchen can be a process that heats up the whole home and is uncomfortable.  A canning space outdoors allows you to enjoy the evening breeze while you put up your vegetables.

Pizza Oven

While outdoor fireplaces and fire pits are all the rage, why not have a pizza oven to be unique.  Build your patio and a pizza oven on the end that people can gather around.  Set a small dining table and chairs out, so everyone can enjoy Friday night pizza at your house!

If you are building a patio this summer, you can also get creative with plants and shrubbery to complete your design.  Contact Bumgardners Landscape for information about plants that will accentuate your new back yard space.