Polished concrete planters add refinement to the urban garden, which already had a massive concrete wall. The designer used Chinese and American wisteria, English ivy and climbing hydrangeas in the outdoor space.
This home features a detailed terrace that connects the indoor space to the outdoor space. Glass walls put the indoor dining room in view, creating symmetry between the spaces. The terrace includes a custom pergola, wood fire feature, grilling table and raised herb planter.
A full kitchen with a grill, cooler and sinks completes the outdoor experience on this modern rooftop. Bright purple flowers burst out of a wooden planter, adding a colorful burst of nature to the space.
Lots of hardscaping, just right amount of container gardens, this home's courtyard has the stylish outdoor area formula down! A modern planter with slim metal walls is a lovely way to break up all the hard surfaces.
A trio of gooseneck lights in fire engine red play off the color of the bistro chairs and keep the space feeling fresh and playful. Gray, concrete planters add a modern accent and create the perfect spot for a lush wall of greenery.
This modern, outdoor patio uses narrow concrete pavers to create a dining area in the center of the garden, with a poured-in-place concrete dining table, six chairs, and planters and hedges that create natural walls for privacy.
The garden is 22 feet below street level and looked like a massive bunker because of cement walls. The designers did not cover or paint the cement walls and added polished concrete planters to refine the outdoor space. Semi-evergreen bamboo and English Ivy cover some of the space.
Planters of varying heights and shapes are filled with structured cycads and vibrant succulents, bringing life to this outdoor lounge. Woven chairs with modern lines combine with a sleek, contemporary table to create a conversation area that takes advantage of its panoramic setting.