Outside, you'll find a lush, private escape that's been the scene of many a Hollywood party. "I think the backyard is a very peaceful oasis," Jana says. "It's beautifully done -- with the fountains and the pool -- and it just makes you want to relax all day."
Jetted water features adorn this sleek swimming pool, part of a backyard oasis adjoining this contemporary California hacienda. A poolhouse provides indoor space to enjoy the outdoor view, and a wide covered patio offers a great spot for dining al fresco. A retractable wall between the patio and living area blurs the line between indoors and out.
A simple water garden and all you do, is add water. That's pretty much what it takes to become a successful container water gardener. Water in a garden of any size creates an oasis not only for you but also for birds, butterflies, dragonflies and even small fish.
Once utilitarian, this master oasis now sparkles with luxury. A watery wood-inspired wall-covering steals the show while clean-lines and circles mix throughout the space in mirrors, hardware, and textile patterns. Ethereal embroidered linen draperies waterfalling a bay window, cuddling the seating nook, all perpetuate a balance of warm and cool, sophisticated and glam in a vividly monochromatic haven.
Wisps of hanging foliage spill over a rooftop oasis in the heart of Bangalore, India. Designer Joly John of Shibanee & Kamal Architects created the rooftop garden with a repeated pattern of foliage inspired by the circular nature of the building's architecture and the idea of windmills.
This outdoor eating area has the perfect view of the backyard. Protected by the shade of the yellow Sunbrella, the table has a direct line of sight to the water feature and the obelisk on the opposite side of the space allowing guests to bask in the elegance of this European inspired oasis.
Using a stunning fire/water bowl and fire table brings warmth to the luxurious ambiance of this oasis-like outdoor living space. The transitional design blends artful and charming finishing with new age lines and features. Let the cool breeze calm while lounging beneath a custom, wood trellis with cozy lounge area and an outdoor sofa framed by elegant curtains in rich, brown fabric.
This outdoor oasis is complete with a dining, living and kitchen area all conveniently placed right next to the pool. A pair of nano walls open up to the backyard to extend the indoor living area. Natural light and breathtaking views from the walls of glass that make up the back of the home lead to the expansive feel and airiness of the home.
A color scheme of pale blue and white make this master bedroom an oasis of soft calm. Slumber peacefully in the wood four-poster bed with blue, white and neutral linens. Enjoy quiet time reading by the light of a curved-neck lamp with white shades in one of the two patterned arm chairs, while propping your feet up on a round blue ottoman
The sitting area in the master bedroom suite as seen at the home of Peter and Anne Chung which was renovated by Team Jonathan on season 1 of HGTV's Brother vs. Brother. This sitting area is a soothing space that combines maroon and blue to create a home oasis.
Atmosphere is everything, and soothing music sets the mood for your oasis. Whether you’re relaxing alone or hosting friends, music will drown out distractions and noisy neighbors. A small outdoor Bluetooth speaker will fill your patio with sound and can be stored when not in use.
As seen on HGTV's Renovation Raiders, this stunning living room has been transformed into a media-free oasis, which is contemporary with a rustic feel. The deep blue walls evoke relaxation, yet there are plenty of cozy elements, including several throw pillows and a pretty blue and white area rug.
Add comfort. Pillows provide a soft buffer between you and a bookcase headboard. They can also introduce pattern and color. “With the addition of an extra long body pillow, it softened the surface nicely,” says Jo Torrijos, an Atlanta DIY blogger and stylist. “Plus, if you're anything like me, you'll have at least half a dozen pillows on your bed to create a cushioned oasis.”
Hosts of Cousins on Call, John and Anthony have turned the Rupperts' uninviting backyard patio into an oasis for the family to spend time relaxing or entertaining. The soft furniture from Home Depot combined with a hammock and brightly colored accents makes the space warm and welcoming for friends and family alike.
This master bedroom is an oasis of creams and seafoam green. The upholstered wall is lit from a hidden soffit above, and the fabric matches the duvet cover. The trim on the edge of the upholstered wall is implemented in the Roman shade. The soft calming colors along with a padded headboard and footboard truly create an escape from the rest of the world.
These homeowners' main concern is that the exterior of their home be very drought friendly, so they used a gabion wall, made of reclaimed materials, to add to the ambiance of their desert oasis. The plants featured in this design are drought resistant and can go for quite a time without a drop of water. Some of the plants include: cactus, agave and yucca.
This bedroom is a fantasy world all its own. A mural of celestial horses running across an expanse of stars sets the stage for this room in both tone and color, constrained with the rough, natural tile of the floors. The room also plays with a mix of modern and traditional elements between the furniture and accessories, making this room feel more like an oasis.
This luxurious master suite has an exciting feature-the space can either be an outdoor oasis or an indoor getaway. Designers thought it would be a shame to waste the couple's magnificent mountain views, so they planned a way to bring the outdoors in. The windows that make up the walls of the master suite are retractable, giving the couple options with their space.