A covered outdoor living area features comfortable sofas and chairs looking out over the zero-edge pool. The sleek backyard reflects the contemporary style of the home, which is highlighted by straight-lined architecture and glass walls.
A direct line of sight from the dining room into the living room creates a seamless flow for entertaining, while large windows in both spaces allow light and warmth to be prominent features of the home.
Tucked into the trees on a gently sloping hillside, this home has touches of Northwest contemporary blended with urban modern. Two private outdoor patio surrounded by beautiful landscaping are perfect for entertaining.
The homeowners wanted the view to be an important part of the home's design, so two elliptical radial walls define the focus through a covered pavilion. The pavilion’s vanishing walls, through the use of pocket glass doors, allow for this space to work both as indoor and outdoor living. Since the homeowners love to entertain, the home is designed with four bedroom suites, two on each side of the pavilion space.
This house explores modern design tropes — large glass planes and ribbon windows — and makes use of basic, inexpensive construction techniques. The backyard features a grassy lawn and dazzling infinity pool for endless entertaining possibilities.
The addition of a small entrance, new French doors and a brick patio with a mahogany pergola makes this backyard feel open and inviting — perfect for entertaining guests. The French doors and entrance provide easy access into the expanded kitchen and living room.
The family wanted a stylish outdoor dining room, so designers created this space with seating for six. To help the space function as part of the home's entertainment space, designers included multiple points of entry from the interior spaces to the home's exterior entertaining areas.
The open concept design of the home creates a unique flow between each of the spaces in the first floor of the home that allows the homeowners and their guests to move freely and easily between each of the rooms.
An open concept design in the main spaces of this home allows for a great, easy flow in the spaces for entertaining, while the sliding glass doors in the rear of the space gives the homeowners the option of extending their entertaining space to the outdoor patios.