Designers created several outdoor spaces for these homeowners with relaxation and entertaining in mind. In this one, limited, comfortable seating makes the space the perfect gathering place for an intimate get together.
This outdoor living space has every amenity you can imagine. A luxurious pool with sleek lounge chairs to relax, and outdoor kitchen and dining area and an outdoor seating area warmed by an open fireplace.
The backyard of this traditional home boasts a beautifully landscaped area with trees, bushes and large planters filled with colorful flowers. The lawn and pergola provide the perfect outdoor entertaining space.
As seen on HGTV and DIY Network's Elbow Room, the Jackson residence in Atlanta, GA is now fully equipped for outdoor entertaining and play area for the kids after the backyard renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade and his team. Renovations included a new outdoor entertaining/grill area, a trampoline, fire pit and seating area for guests, landscaping, and tumble mat for their three daughters.
A raised deck next to a house can be used to extend the indoor and outdoor space in a home. This backyard space kept the deck one level to create one large space, from the sliding doors to the open-air porch and into the backyard. To make your home feel more like a resort, make sure the pool can been seen from the moment you walk through the front.
The exterior of this home is as geared toward entertaining as the interior. A beautifully manicured and landscaped yard gives way to a luxurious patio entertainment space that overlooks the pool, creating the perfect space for entertaining friends and family.
The new courtyard is now the perfect space for outdoor dining and entertaining with its surrounding ambience of colorful potted plants, a visually intriguing stone wall (now covered in fig vines) and an unique water feature in the planter under the open arch.
Angled off the back of the house to make optimum use of the sloped lot, this crisp white deck and patio with fire pit create a two-tier hub for outdoor living. The white hue blends with the home's rear facade so as not to stop the eye.