Light wood deck combines with stone patio and stairs around a nature-inspired waterfall that mixes large boulders with soft greenery. Contemporary pendant lights hang above the outdoor kitchen area, which makes the outdoor space perfect for entertaining.
This outdoor living space features a pavilion over the patio with ample lighting and ceiling fans. The stairs leading up to the patio have embedded landscaping lighting, making this a perfect spot for evening entertaining.
The living room of this home in Park City, UT includes 20-foot loft ceilings, floating stairs, mid-Century modern-inspired lighting fixtures and a custom Calcutta Marble Neolith indoor-outdoor fireplace.
Lighted gray stairs lead from the backyard to a spacious porch. A white pergola stretches over a bar and seating area. A fire pit is situated on the other side of the porch with cushioned seating for cozy outdoor nights.
Neutral stone flooring stretches from the french doors of the home, down a small set of stairs and to an outdoor living room space surrounded by vibrant, lush greenery. Neutral cushions on all of the seating compliment the light beige floor tile and neutral home exterior.
The black, gray and orange carpet square design brings life and a pop of color to this home gym. Uncovered windows let in natural light and allow the space to feel more open with a view of the outdoors. Exercise equipment is spaced out through the room leaving open floor space and a clear path to the glass lined stairs.
Down a short flight of stairs from the sun porch, the outdoor space expands again into an amazing sculpture garden and lounge. A series of tall sculptures are mixed with tables and chairs that also have an artistic quality. Brooklyn remains as close as a glance over the wall but with so many visual delights between it and the garden, the city feels worlds away.
Six Oaks can be found deep in the woods of Felton, California (not far from Santa Cruz). It’s built in a former railway area surrounded by redwood trees, although you’ll be glad to know only two redwoods were cut down to accommodate the home, and those were used for interior elements such as the stairs. Architecture and design firm Modulus created Six Oaks by stacking six shipping containers as a way to maximize light, views and airflow throughout the 1,200-square-foot space. Skylights, a bridge and private outdoor shower are other standout features in a home that’s otherwise intended to blend into its surroundings.