Most patios we design start by considering the furniture and the amount needed.
These aged cobblestones were used to separate garden from patio area. River stone was selected to top a drainage system against the house.
Reclaimed brick with a lattice of bluestone makes a colorful paving choice.
This random rectangular bluestone patio overlooks a peaceful woodland setting.
This back yard design features a boardwalk connection between intimate outdoor spaces. The introduction of native planting gives the project a natural feel.
This patio was designed to provide plenty of seating space and allow an easy passage through this back yard.
This 3d rendering shows one option for a dining patio. A small wall serves a spill over seating.
Atlantic worked with Estes Twombly Architects to create this project. This landscape and home feature clean lines and forms. Birch trees are planted with a Liriope groundcover.
Boulders found on site were incorporated into this backyard patio.
This reflecting pool provides a great focal element for this bluestone patio.
Atlantic worked with Estes Twombly Architects to create this landscape. This patio was constructed with concrete pavers. The roof runoff is handled with a trough of river stone.
This backyard design consists of two patios and steps leading to the water. Large boulders flank the steps and help break up some of the hard edges.
This patio design features a seating wall with stepping stone paths.
This backyard pool was designed and installed by Atlantic with the help of Pools by Richard. Small seating walls define and separate the patio from the deck spaces.
This pool patio design features multiple sitting areas and hot tub.
This entrance patio is made from flagstone with bluestone borders.
This pool was repaired and a new patio installed by Atlantic.
We worked with Ron Dimauro Architects to create this Jamestown home and landscape. The back patio is a mix of bluestone and hardwood decking. The patio is centered around a circular fire pit and hot tub.
Natural shaped stone set in lawn creates a simple patio and entertaining area. A lawn mower easily passes over these stones for simple maintenance.
This outdoor patio is below street level in downtown Boston.
Atlantic won first place for this project in the RINLA awards for residential hardscape. This project includes fieldstone walls, hot tub, and surrounding patio.
This backyard patio features a dining area wrapped with seating walls. Blue stone steppers lead to the lawn areas.
This patio is located in the Beavertail area of Jamestown, RI. Atlantic worked with Dimauro Architects to design this home. Construction took about one year to complete.
This lattice pattern patio was constructed for the Jamestown Fish, restaurant in Jamestown RI. Reclaimed brick with bluestone borders creates a great mix to consider for your next patio.
This large piece of Ashfield stone is one of many that make up this back patio.
This patio features a water wall, fire place, custom furniture, Grill and wet bar.
This pool and patio project was designed and installed by Atlantic. Ipe decking was used to surround the pool.
We combine 3d renders with accurate background photos to help visualize the design in its surroundings.
This 3D perspective shows the plan for this entertaining patio pool and deck. Steps lead down to the back lawn. Retaining walls will elevate the space to provide maximum water views.
This older home demanded a more aged look. Clumping bamboo creates privacy while various shade tolerant plants soften the edges of this outdoor retreat.
These Japanese Maples make the perfect ceiling for this backyard patio. The patio is a split level space with plenty of green gardens.
This 3d model helps visualize the new pool and surrounding patio.
This city patio design is fully loaded. Heated pavers melt snow away. Heaters and misters built into the overhead structure keep the space comfortable. A water feature fills the wall behind the built in couch. LED lighting brightens the space at night