10 Ways to Take Your Backyard to the Next Level
Outdoor TV and Fireplace Combo
They’re the perfect pairing for homeowners who want to stay warm and maybe roast S’mores while catching their favorite TV shows outdoors. These new-style “fireplaces” don’t use wood but do use propane gas and sometimes gels; they’re also weather resistant. The. TVs, too, work in cold and hot temperatures and have anti-reflective screens to cut glare. Similar TVs cost $5,000 to $12,000 depending on size and features; the split-faced travertine stone fireplace might cost $30,000.
Photograph courtesy of Neave Group Outdoor Solutions, Wappingers Falls.