The lake seems to start right at the edge of the patio, where long twin sofas and a roof overhead make it possible to enjoy the view rain or shine. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
Bright orange chairs are bold statement pieces in this French country-inspired backyard. A wood pergola houses an outdoor dining area and effortlessly flows into a sitting area with white patio furniture and stone fire pit.
Enticing Home Exterior With Brick Driveway and Walkway, Arched Wood Front Doors and Garden Framed Entrance
A brick driveway extends into a walkway toward the entrance creating a gorgeous, textured base for the exterior of this home. Mirrored garden sections and potted trees frame the way to the arched front door. Outdoor sconces cast a warm glow to brighten the home.
Outdoor Entertaining With Target Outdoor Bistro Set
Enjoy a cold drink in the backyard or on the patio with this Threshold outdoor bistro set from Target. The colorful slated seats correspond with the tabletop, while each piece is foldable for seasonal storage.
Inviting Outdoor Living Space Complete With Backyard Art Studio
The shed-style art studio has two sliding glass door entries and clerestory windows to maximize the natural light entering the space. Square concrete paver walkways with Mexican pebble joints connect the studio with the house, fire pit area and concrete patio. Pea gravel makes for a clean and budget-friendly mulch material.
Relaxing Outdoor Living Space is Comfortable Retreat
With beautiful views of the Dominican Republic coast, this comfortable and contemporary living space is the perfect spot to enjoy the outdoor setting. A half-circle sectional pairs with armchairs and nature-inspired coffee tables.
To highlight the Craftsman design of this 1930s home, designers replaced the rotting, yellow siding with contrasting white siding with black trim. This color palette preserves the Southern charm of the historic, Southern home.
This house positions itself as a backdrop to a spectacular site, with a dense canopy of trees in the front and a steep ravine in the back. Architectural firm Specht Harpman's goal was to preserve the site's live oaks and redesign the home to take advantage of its natural landscape.