Angular lampposts made from cedar and aluminum mimic the shape of New York City's skyscrapers.
At the edge of the deck, stepping stones lead intriguingly into the garden. There's even a lamppost that seems straight out of Narnia.
Lots of plants, including container gardens and groundcover plants, soften this roof deck's brick walls and cedar planking.
The formal gardens and grounds, laid out in strict geometric shapes, include a pool, several paths and a high exterior wall to maintain the home's privacy.
Benches and chairs are sprinkled all around this roof deck, often tucked behind planters to make a more secluded urban retreat.
A blend of groundcover and container gardens make this rooftop deck feel magically lush. Residents can enjoy the setting and the views from one of several sitting areas.
This roof deck is punctuated with stylish, boxy lamp posts, a clever disguise for unsightly exhaust pipes.
Container gardens and magical lighting make this roof deck an enchanting place to take in views of New York's skyline.
The pergola's clean lines and materials pick up on the look of this roof deck's planters and lamp posts. The move helps the outdoor space feel unified, despite its large size.
Vines, flowers and foliage plants make an enchanting garden out of of this New York City rooftop. At night, the setting is even more mesmerizing with lamp posts and other landscape lighting.
One would never guess that these attractive cedar lamp posts started out as exhaust pipes.
A large cedar-and-metal pergola provides much-needed shade to the rooftop.
This outdoor cooking area designed by Jaime Durie of The Outdoor Room features a charcoal grill, gas grill and smoker.