A stone fireplace, fully equipped outdoor kitchen and comfortable seating areas create an open-air entertainment space that's ready for year-round use. The chimney is built from the same fieldstone as the surrounding retaining walls. Bluestone flooring continues onto the poolside patio.
Traditional Cabana with Kitchen, Entertainment Space
While the design of this traditional cabana ties into the existing house, certain details lend it a more casual style. Columns that match the home's architecture give structure to the front of the cabana while contributing to its open feel. Meanwhile, lattice-work joining the columns is reminiscent of beach house design, as is the vaulted ceiling finished with white beadboard and exposed beams.
The cabana-style structure is open on all four sides for maximum flexibility with indoor-outdoor entertaining. The goal of the design was to create a structure that integrates with both the main home and the landscape, and also offers easy outdoor entertaining during all seasons.
A mix of seating creates areas for lounging and dining beside this pool in Chappaqua, New York. Ceiling beams, columns and lattice trim are traditional details that set the tone for a sophisticated space.
Classic White Poolhouse and Gray Stone Swimming Pool Deck
This poolhouse is located on a lower terrace behind the main home at the basement level. The property's natural slope presented a design challenge, but it also allowed for a large rear terrace. The adjacent pool features large gray flagstones.
A massive vented grill creates a great spot for cooking in this open-air entertainment space in New York. Multiple seating areas provide spots for dining and relaxing. The pool decking uses random-sized bluestone tiles that blend with the natural rock outcroppings.
Nestled among natural rock outcroppings, this traditional pool cabana provides a year-round entertaining space for a Westchester, New York, family. The cabana is designed to complement the architecture of the shingle-style home.
Multiple seating areas make maximum use of this open, yet private poolside cabana in New York. Traditional architectural details tie the structure to the main house nearby. The finished surfaces of the cabana are wrapped with Versatex, a weatherproof PVC material, to ensure that it stands up to the elements.
Pairs of traditional rockers create an inviting entryway for this pool house, beckoning guests to enjoy the comfortable living room beyond. A pillared porch, brick pavers and trellised gable are among the traditional architectural elements that ground the space and give it presence.