Neutral wicker furniture is combined with a glass coffee table and elegant lantern chandelier for a comfortable outdoor seating area. Exposed wood ceiling, stucco walls and textured neutral brick patio evoke a southwestern feel, overlooking the beautiful pool area.
Expansive terraces wrap around the buildings and show off an intricate mix of brick and cobblestones. Here, wicker furnitures is primely positioned to take advantage of ocean views. On the adjacent patio, a delicate metal pergola arches over a dining area.
Unwind on this comfortable wood hammock shaded by the lacy canopy of tree branches from above. Blue cushions add color and comfort to help you relax for hours. The flagstone patio is interplanted with a soft green groundcover and is framed by planting beds with an array of drought tolerant plants
The old carport was demolished and, in its place, Home Town hosts Erin and Ben Napier created this patio with arbor and seating area. The new wood elements were custom created by Ben using cedar lumber that was salvaged from the old siding and interior demolition.
When it comes to outdoor entertaining after dark ambient lighting adds sophistication to any get together. Sure, real candlelight is nice, but the convenience and safety of today’s programmable battery operated LED candles is hard to resist.
A U-shaped outdoor bench with trellis-patterned cushions overlooks stunning views of the Arizona desert and mountains. In the middle of bench sits a long stone firepit, making this the perfect outdoor space for gathering with friends.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters, there's plenty of fun to be had at this ocean-front home on the island of Honolulu, with its brightly colored dining space and low-maintenance blue-stone tiles. The house itself is constructed in a Polynesian style, complete with a thatched roof and other island amenities.
While sealers mainly darken a concrete patio's appearance and paints turn the surface completely opaque, stains offer a middle ground with a variety of colorful tones and textures dependent upon application. They come in two types: acid-based chemical and water-based acrylic. Both will permanently apply color to your concrete patio.
Granite bridges provide the perfect path to explore the garden. A floating patio island showcases the round bed and tranquil views of the pond. The inspiration for this entry garden came from the owner, who wanted an “Eastern” garden that would work vicariously during their 11 month stay in Minnesota. Water was to be a major part of the design, as well.
Just in time for the brisk sweater weather of fall, this pergola-covered back deck was outfitted for autumn with comfy cushions and throws, evergreen and earth-tone touches and a clever DIY lighting project.
Gorgeous sunset colors reflect in the water of this modern negative edge swimming pool. The angle gives the illusion that the swimming pool blends right in to the surrounding lake. A neutral patio and clean, modern design give the space an open and uncrowded feel. Fire pits add to the warm glow of the area.