This cumaru deck provides lots of space to enjoy the outdoors. A garage door provides easy access from an indoor sitting room to the deck. A concrete wall includes a built-in fireplace with stainless steel chimney to direct the smoke away. The neutral color palette and uncluttered design keeps the space feeling large and relaxing.
The best view of the water is in the spacious and comfortable outdoor living space. The outdoor living space is adjacent to the outdoor kitchen and dining, and provides direct access to the yard and private boat ramp.
Large windows and doors that open into outdoor spaces allow for an open-air quality throughout the rooms in this beachfront home. The living room features soft, neutral furniture paired with medium grain wood accents, like the exposed beam ceiling. An open window provides direct access to the outdoor patio.
Joseph Eichler was a California real estate developer who created a prototype with architects for residential homes in the early fifties that incorporated modernist architecture with a “bring the outside inside” concept. The Eichler home favored wall-to-ceiling windows with glass transoms in all the major rooms with direct access to private garden patios and courtyards. This remodeled single-family home by Klopf Architecture takes an original Eichler home and updates it with a truly “open” design.
Accordion doors open this California home's main living area directly onto a fabulous transitional deck and outdoor gathering space. Floating on a curved design, facing plush sofas give everyone seated access to warmth from the contemporary fire pit. Move seamlessly from dining inside to cocktails fireside.
This sunny traditional mansion sits directly on the Gulf of Mexico, offering immediate beach access and a lush tropical landscape. The front of the home boasts a large stone water fountain encircled by a classic red brick roundabout driveway. Several outdoor terraces provide plenty of options for enjoying the view.
The perfectly overgrown landscaping of this cozy cottage pays homage to the fact that the space was once a garden shed. It has since been remodeled into a beautiful, quaint guest space with a small deck and breakfast table, two side patios and French doors on all four sides of the cabin to allow direct access to each of the outdoor spaces.