A private bench offers a tranquil space to enjoy the exquisite views of the bay on the grassy, outdoor grounds. Strategically placed fire-pits add warmth for cooler nights so the glorious outdoor space can be used all year long.
The swimming pool, which flows through the entryway and around dining and living spaces, is an integral part of this contemporary house's design. Walls open up to the outdoors creating a seamless transition to the natural surroundings.
One updated section of a 200-acre farm in New England features an infinity pool and lawn terraces by meant for modern living, just outside the contemporary home. Maryann Thompson Architect kept the mature beech, elm and sycamore trees.
With a corrugated metal roof and large cutouts, this outdoor lounge offers shelter from the afternoon sun and encourages cool breezes. Throw pillows and an area rug in soft, neutral hues help showcase the subtle texture of the structure itself: the brushed concrete, the beams radiating from the built-in fireplace and the unique pattern of the tile flooring.
The husband and wife team who designed this Phoenix home were inspired by missions found in southern Arizona. The residence includes different wings and outdoor areas joined by courtyards and walkways.
Small Deck With Custom Vertical Garden, Wood Privacy Wall and Bright Blue Accents
When you’re dreaming of green acres but living with the reality of a small terrace, consider using vertical spaces like walls or railings for plantings. Here, Guido Keller of Lotus Gardenscape used a custom-made wall planter by Ore to create a vertical garden. The client chose a brightly patterned rug and simple furnishings to complete the inviting effect.