The owners of this Oregon house want a pool room that is relaxing and consistent with the home’s mid-century modern aesthetic. Exposed pipes, unappealing columns and clinical-white walls give the indoor pool a vibe that was more utilitarian than inviting.
Rows of French doors stretch all along the backside of the house opening onto this breezy, casual living area and making it simple to join the indoors with the backyard. Marble columns help set off the sitting room and are a crisp contrast to the luxurious gray marble floors.
This striking indoor pool is fit for the Roman gods, complete with blue mosaic tile and round columns. Stairs descend on both sides of a raised hot tub, conveniently incorporated into the pool's design.
The columns in this decadent living room, the indoor fountain, and the shape of the ceiling give the illusion that you've traveled back in time and are enjoying a day in Ancient Greece. Design by Tom Beasley
The cabana-style structure is open on all four sides for maximum flexibility with indoor-outdoor entertaining. The goal of the design was to create a structure that integrates with both the main home and the landscape, and also offers easy outdoor entertaining during all seasons.
Incredible mountain views are framed to perfection in this living room, accented by thick exposed beams and columns. And because the room's back wall completely disappears, the sense of indoor outdoor living is especially spectacular.
Surrounded by a warm hardwood pool deck and textured stone columns, the contemporary hot tub is a welcomed outdoor oasis. Mosaic tile surround creates a cool, graphic visual display, while the open fireplace adds the atmosphere of indoor living outside.