Complete with swimming pool, spacious patio, landscaped pond and outdoor kitchen, this backyard is the ideal spot for outdoor entertaining. The stone kitchen area contains a grill, grand fireplace and bar area with iron barstools.
Cushioned, wrought iron barstools surround this outdoor bar with a sleek countertop and rock base that blends in perfectly with the natural, rustic surroundings. With stunning mountain views and a nearby infinity pool, it's the ideal spot for entertaining friends and family.
This open kitchen boasts two dining areas: a bar space and separate eat-in kitchen island. Three iron chandeliers hang across the room to visually separate the areas. Iron barstools with scroll-patterned chair backs contrast the white cabinetry and beautiful white coffered ceiling.
The multi-functional wooden kitchen island serves as a prep space, breakfast bar and wine storage for this open plan kitchen. An exposed wooden beam adds some rustic character to the space. Iron barstools fit snuggly underneath the island counter awaiting use for a casual dinner or breakfast.
A long, curved bar with a natural wood countertop creates tons of dining space while fitting with the flow of this great room. A large sofa sets a perimeter for the adjacent living area, which features a stone accent wall surrounding the fireplace and wall-mounted TV. A pair of wrought-iron chandeliers with candle lighting adds a decorative touch to the room.
White cabinets, sleek pendant lighting and recessed lights brighten this spacious kitchen. A dark wood island divides the open kitchen from the dining area without enclosing the two spaces. Ornate iron barstools add a traditional element to the room, and an adjacent sleek wood dining table provides plenty of seating for entertaining.
A large white range hood sits over a chef-grade gas stovetop in this opulent eat-in kitchen. Iron pendant light fixtures hang over the island. Heavy fixtures and warm brown wood evoke an Old World sophistication.
Large wood trusses with iron detailing create striking architectural interest in this contemporary kitchen, which features an island and a breakfast bar with barstool seating. Subtle bursts of chartreuse energize the warm space.
What pool house would be complete without its own kitchen? Designer Betty Lou Phillips continued the soft Tuscan touches with stone arches and a few iron accents. Three barstools offer additional seating.
A wood paneled ceiling, white farmhouse sink and an island with traditional table legs give this kitchen a casual, cottage vibe. Leather barstools and iron pendants are more rough around the edges, but coordinate effortlessly with the dark hardwood floors.
Designer Lindsay Chambers sought to update a classic kitchen with an industrial-country approach. The chevron patterned backsplash adds drama and depth to the small space, while white and gray cabinets give the room a rural vibe. And who wouldn't love the wrought iron and repurposed wood barstools?