Nothing creates after-dark ambiance like the warm glow of perfectly balanced lighting. And TimberTech Rail Lighting is the perfect way to bring that light and life to your deck and rail projects. With lighting options that include a Post Cap Light, In-deck light, Accent Light, Under Rail Lighting and the Riser Light, TimberTech Lighting integrates seamlessly into TimberTech Decking and Railing. All lighting options use low voltage LED lights.
A beautifully landscaped infinity-edge pool and a 12-foot hot tub are visible from the lanai of this breathtaking home in Omao, on the south side of Kauai. Foliage in a range of tropical colors and gently waving palm trees cocoon the backyard and draw the eye to the mountain and valley view beyond.
Mediterranean Restaurant Terrace With Tropical Plants
This outdoor terrace at Perch LA — a French bistro in the heart of Los Angeles — features yellow and teal Mediterranean floor tiles. Cream colored stone archways are lined with green brick tiles, while several potted tropical plants complete the look of the space.
Flowering Plants Grace a Rustic Outdoor Sideboard Wine Rack
A unique wood and metal sideboard stores drinks and serves the dining space of this colorful and eclectic courtyard. A wood structure that surrounds the space is lined with metal mesh that filters light and screens the outdoor room from surrounding houses. Lush plantings bring the courtyard to life.
Color is key to creating a lively Spanish-inspired outdoor dining area. The yellow pergola, Talavera tile behind the grill, Saltillo patio tile and cobalt-blue seat cushions all work to enliven this festive alfresco space.
Colorful Mediterranean Patio with Stone Privacy Wall and Natural Textures
Vibrant colorful pillows and rugs bring this inviting patio space to life. A stone bench is built into the retaining wall which doubles as a privacy wall enclosing the cozy space. Wood furniture, plants and woven planters add beautiful natural texture to compliment the aesthetic.
The one-of-a-kind Toybox Home is the result of two guys running into each other at a Chicago reclaimed materials store. Frank Henderson, a music student, met Paul Schultz, a designer, and the two decided to design and construct a tiny house where Henderson could live while in school. It was created with the concept that home should be a fun place inspiring creativity while also providing peace of mind. The home’s exterior features include an energy efficient thermoplastic roof plane (TPO), natural cedar siding and colorful corrugated fiberglass.
Warm lighting on the exterior of this sprawling estate in Omao, a community on the south side of Kauai, gives the infinity-edge pool an inviting and ethereal glow. Windows and doorways of the home are placed to take maximum advantage of views of the backyard and the tropical valley beyond.