Part of the charm of this resort's landscape design is how the residences are incorporated seamlessly into the gardens. Here, Adirondack chairs are nestled next to large blooms of flowers and ornamental grass.
Mixing up the colors of a matching set in bright sherbet hues, as seen with this bistro table and chairs, works particularly well in a verdant outdoor setting. The heart-shaped chairs are sweet reminders of yesteryear, and the small round table can serve for a romantic dinner in the garden.
Kentia and Queen palms, old eucalyptus trees and re-planted giant birds of paradise border a lap pool that seconds as a reflecting pool mirroring the gorgeous, lush garden surroundings. A relaxing seating area was created at the far end of the lap pool, which includes comfortable lounge chairs with plush white cushions and bronze fire pit.
Rock walls create a tiered design in the yard above this rock-floor back patio. Plants and landscape lighting decorate the tiered sections. A modern table with matching chairs creates a dining area in the center.
Designer Pamela Babey with BAMO created a vignette for the 2017 San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show styled after a romantic Venetian garden, set in the morning after a lavish party. The space included a custom-designed de Gournay wallpaper. A silk throw from Maison Tenn20 is on a Danish painted daybed. The Aubusson tapestry billowing over the table and onto the ground is through Peter Pap.
Down a short flight of stairs from the sun porch, the outdoor space expands again into an amazing sculpture garden and lounge. A series of tall sculptures are mixed with tables and chairs that also have an artistic quality. Brooklyn remains as close as a glance over the wall but with so many visual delights between it and the garden, the city feels worlds away.
A paver patio section is surrounded with boulders and bright plant life for a gorgeous mix of texture to naturally decorate the space. A stone fire pit is surrounded by brown adirondack chairs on the paver patio. A fountain blends into the mulched area creating a subtle extra in the design.
Brown wicker chairs are placed along a black countertop, creating a stylish yet casual outdoor dining setting. Wood tiles transition the patio to the pebbled section with natural rock water fountains. A collection of succulents adds color and texture to finish the design.
Floor poufs are a low-price way to add seating without investing in larger pieces of furniture, such as a sofa or chaise, say Gabriela Eisenhart and Holly Conlan with Wake + Loom Design. While you can find outdoor poufs for less than $50, you also can make your own fabric pouf ottoman in a pattern and palette that you prefer. Also, a garden stool is a versatile item that can serve as extra seating or a side table.