The stone facade of this seemingly small home hides a multitude of space inside. A stone walkway leading to a simple door makes the space feel homey from the very start, and the pitched wood roof feels oh-so-rustic. The large plot with mature trees is a perfect setting for a quiet getaway.
An infinity spa and adjacent swimming pool blend effortlessly into the water's edge, reflecting the stunning sunset vista across the modern patio space. Stepping stones add an intrigue and create a walk-on-water effect.
Outdoor lights under the covered porch area illuminate the patio flooring as it leads out onto the pool deck. Concrete stepping stones lead through the gravel rock bed running beside the gorgeous swimming pool. A row of lounge chairs provide an area to relax and enjoy the scene.
Brown shingle siding creates texture on the exterior of this home, and chocolate brown shutters complement the siding. Stepping stones form a walkway to the home's back entry, which is nestled beside the screened porch.
The narrow space between the main residence on the left and the new guest house on the right was developed into a shared entry and lush garden. Sweetwater Cherokee stepping stones lead to the Pacific Ocean.
From the comfortable chairs of this Santa Barbara covered patio, you can see the beautiful landscape design of Mark Scott and Associates that continues the home's Mediterranean theme. Stepping stones were laid in the grass, with a garden planted and bordered a few feet beyond the green space. The look is stately, serene and symmetrical in a most interesting way.
Stepping stones are carefully arranged in a neat pattern outside this Mediterranean-style home, adding texture and interest to the home's already unique landscaping. Natural stone walls and walkways complement the home's stucco exterior.
Open archways lead from the covered patio out onto the marble tile pool deck. Tile stepping stones create a pathway in the water for a unique pool design. Turquoise throw pillows give the patio chairs a dash of color, and potted trees embellish every column.
This picturesque beach home features large windows to take advantage of the amazing scenery; many types of trees, shrubs and plants; stepping stones to the entryway; a gravel driveway; panel construction and a standing seam roof.
Concrete tiles act as stepping stones leading down the side of this home into the backyard. Mulched planters create garden-like spaces in the landscaping. A rock and wood retaining wall features built-in bench seating at the bottom, softened with green and turquoise throw pillows.
Stairs and built-in planters create levels to increase the style of this backyard landscape design. The stairs descend to a series of concrete stepping stones surrounded by grass for natural softness and color. Wood accent panels on a section of the home's walls add warmth to the design.