French doors off of the great room, game room and master bedroom suite open onto this expansive covered patio. Enjoy dinner al fresco then gather around the fireplace. A TV mounted above the mantel even makes it possible to watch a movie or the game.
With access to a stunning balcony, this light and airy master bedroom is a welcome retreat. The classic four-poster bed and chaise lounge are placed to enjoy views of the landscape beyond. This exceptional Georgian estate in Bel-Air, Calif., was built in 1929 by architect Paul Williams and recently underwent a complete restoration.
The Pebble Tek pool and infinity spa overlook breathtaking ocean vistas to the Southeast and the Santa Ynez mountains to the North.In the main house, richly colored walls line the sensational master suite, with a sitting area or office and elegant bathroom. A second bedroom suite opens to a large, private patio and secondary lap pool, creating the perfect retreat for family or guests. Perched for ocean views, a second level loft-style office opens to a private rooftop deck.A detached one-bedroom suite with a fireplace and full bathroom has direct access to the main pool area, and attaches to a generous laundry room. A second, detached affords privacy yet proximity to the main house. Beautifully appointed, the one-bedroom suite includes a kitchenette, full bathroom and private patio. This Montecito compound affords plentiful space for both family and guests.Built in 1967.5,431 approximate square feet.Architectural style: ContemporaryProperty features: 4 Bedrooms, 4 Bathrooms and 1 Partial Baths.
This posh bedroom features a gray upholstered king bed with an acrylic double ring chandelier above. Gray tiles cover the wall opposite the bed, as well as the floor, while a sliding glass door allows quick access to the outdoor patio, giving way to a stunning ocean view.
A bed of local river stone serves as both a decorative border to the patio and a drainage system that keeps water from the home's foundation in front of the balcony attached to the master bedroom at the HGTV Dream Home 2011.
This beautiful sitting area within a master bedroom takes advantage of the gorgeous, verdant view. Cool blues and greens echo the outdoors and keep the space feeling clean and bright. Grab a cup of coffee and welcome the day inside or just outside on the accompanying outdoor patio.
This airy bedroom features sliding glass doors that provide patio access and flood the space with natural light. A mahogany platform bed with floating nightstands boasts white bed linens, a soft neutral throw and glass table lamps on either side. A carved wooden armchair with plaid upholstery sits in the corner.
The high ceiling in this master bedroom opens up the room for a bright, modern look. The cream platform bed with a tufted headboard is dressed with metallic gray bedding and red accent pillows. A charcoal gray chair looks toward the glass door that leads out onto the patio.
The master bedroom suite of this Encino, California home is now a cool retreat at one end of the home with a lavishly remodeled bathroom and easy access to the backyard swimming pool. Rustic touches like the large area rug compliment the home's California-modern design style and set off the austere marble of the soaking tub, floor and wall tiles in the master bath.
In the master bedroom, designers took advantage of the natural light that spilled in from the sliding glass doors that provide patio access by choosing a neutral color for the walls that reflects that light and anchors the space. Then, fun colored bed linens were placed on the bed to give the room a little personality and bold pops of color, while the geometric rug beneath the bed helps to break the space up and give it some definition. Finally, designers added an Asian inspired headboard and industrial nightstands with bright orange table lamps to finish off the eclectic space.
This soft neutral bedroom boasts large windows and doorways that offer patio access and allow natural light to flood the space. White and neutral bed linens give the room an airy look, while an ivory chaise lounge provides a cozy spot for relaxing. Indoor and outdoor palm trees complete the tropical vibe.
The villa is decorated with a refined British Colonial flair where traditional Balinese elements go hand in hand with elegantly appointed bedrooms with four-poster beds and exotic fabrics. This bedroom features a robin's-egg-blue wall color and vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams. The double doors allow for quick patio access, making for relaxing mornings cozied up outdoors with a cup of tea.
Made for relaxing, watching TV or entertaining guests, the great room functions as a multi-purpose space with a wonderful central location in this smart home. “You’re just steps from the master bedroom, the office, the kitchen and media room, and also the back patio,” says project manager Scott Branscom. “It’s all right there.”
Soft pink walls emphasize the prettiness and softness of the view from this Massachusetts bedroom. The home, situated on West Falmouth, Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island, features water views from every room, as well as multiple access points to a back patio that stretches the length of the house to take advantage of the stunning vistas.
From the master bedroom on the second floor of this elegant, modern home, a private balcony overlooks the pool. Here, the homeowners can sit out and relax while their children and their friends play below. This patio also gives them the option of extending their entertaining space to the second level of their home.
The intimate and zen-like outdoor living space offers tranquility with comfortable seating areas surrounded by the elements of earth, fire and water. Floor-to-ceiling glass and steel windows and doors seamlessly connect the exterior of the home to the interior. The soaring roof with massive copper overhangs provides shade, and a rammed earth wall sections off the master bedroom's access to the pool.
Tiny homes are rarely designed with private bedrooms but this home from Movable Roots truly has it all. With a full-size bed, a vaulted ceiling, and its own patio entrance this master bedroom is tiny house luxury. The white shiplap and brass lighting details are carried into the space to create design continuity. Lastly, the strategically placed cabinets provide storage and also act as bedside tables.
All of the main rooms on this neo-Georgian home's first floor are oriented toward the back of the house, with large French patio doors overlooking the pool and the garden. An oversized roofed porch attached to the family room wing has an outdoor fireplace, as do a second porch off the billiard room and a master bedroom balcony.