Retractable screens allow the screened-in porch to be open to the fresh air. A wood paneled ceiling extends out to cover the exposed area, which features a pair of bright blue Adirondack rocking chairs and a ceiling fan above to add a light breeze during the hotter months.
A mix of adirondack and rocking chairs are lined up on this long covered porch for a quiet and inviting sitting space. White columns support the cover and look lovely against the wood flooring and thick, green shrubs. Textured siding blends beautifully with the design.
A paver patio pathway leads to a stylish outdoor sitting space and continues down to a fire pit area with adirondack chairs. Beige cushions with a center tuft on the backrest pad the wrought iron chairs. A circular table with tinted glass top sits in the center topped with an oil lamp. Natural rock and plants surrounding the space add beautiful texture to the design.
A galvanized bucket complete with jute rope accent holds a beach-themed fairy garden consisting of a coral-colored popsicle stick Adirondack chair, blue aquarium rock ocean and a rock painted to look like a shark head.
Using a brick retaining wall and flagstone floor, the landscape architects carved out a patio in the owners' backyard. Two wooden benches, two rocking chairs and two Adirondacks bask in the view of White Rock Lake and the warmth from the fire pit.
A fairy garden made up of beach-themed items including a rock painted to resemble a shark's head, an Adirondack chair made of popsicle sticks and an ocean made of blue aquarium rocks sits within a galvanized bucket decorated with jute rope.
The side table is actually a vintage painters' bench, which is low enough to the ground to work with the low-slung red Adirondack chairs. California-based DesignFix also used recycled rock gravel and string lights when designing this small side yard.