This sweet little seating area in the pines is perfect for dining al fresco, drinking your morning coffee or stealing away to read a book. The stone wall and raised garden bed provide structure and function in this multi-use space.
Designers Heather Hilliard and Fleur Keyes envisioned the garden room at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase as a multipurpose entertaining space. The wood-burning fireplace offers a spot for open-flame cooking, while the tabletop creates the perfect spot for casual dinner parties or kids' crafting.
Designed by Heather Hilliard and Fleur Keyes, this coastal sitting area in the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase Garden Room features a teal sofa and woven armchair placed around a light-colored coffee table of metal and wood. Tall curtains with a neutral striped pattern help to frame the space.
A charming mural brings whimsy to the classic wainscoting in this traditional dining room. An oval dining table seats eight with a mix of wingback chairs and simple gold chairs, while a crystal chandelier illuminates the space.
This light-filled living room uses soaring ceilings and clerestory windows to capture views of the adjacent garden. In turn, the owners can soak up natural light, cool breezes and greenery without even leaving their seats.
HGTV's Fixer Upper transformed this once awkward atrium into an open-air herb garden with wooden window boxes and planters. Located right off the kitchen, the courtyard is the perfect place to entertain guests around a rustic table.
Interspersed with the pendant lighting, glass garden globes hang above this dining room table. The globes contain air plants, low-maintenance houseplants, which add a subtle tropical vibe along with the corner mural, first seen on HGTV's Great Rooms.
Seamless indoor/outdoor living is a centuries-old ideal that crosses many different cultures. When you blur the transition between home and garden, you allow natural light and air to permeate your living space, changing its character entirely. In this open-concept living area by Jackson Design and Remodeling, the Zen garden and the living room are separated only by massive glass doors on a track that can open and close with the push of a button.