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- The typical patio set, including a round table and four chairs, needs a minimum area of 12' (diameter) for people to be able to sit comfortably around it. Larger is better, but 12' is the minimum.
- For the typical grill cart, you'll want to have 20 square feet of patio space (it sounds like a lot, but a kitchen table is usually 15 square feet, and it can't burn you if you touch it!). This area should be several feet away from the home and out from under any roof overhangs.
- Use your 'typical' entertaining as your guide. The average patio user needs 20 square feet of space to feel comfortable. Multiply that by the number of people you typically have over for a party to get a sense for the 'people space' you'll need to provide.
- Home entry/exit. Plan to allow at least 30 square feet of space around your patio doors. Without this room the patio will feel like it's right on top of the you as soon as you step outside, forcing people navigate around obstacles, making the brick patio an uncomfortable exercise, not a welcome destination.
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