Sliding glass doors create an open air living room, providing direct access to the peaceful backyard patio and pool. Two caramel colored leather armchairs earn a pop of color from red throw pillows, while a circular chandelier hangs from a wood planked ceiling.
Multiple seating areas make maximum use of this open, yet private poolside cabana in New York. Traditional architectural details tie the structure to the main house nearby. The finished surfaces of the cabana are wrapped with Versatex, a weatherproof PVC material, to ensure that it stands up to the elements.
A poolside open-air dining room, with fireplace, in this Point Lorna, California, villa demonstrates the refined comforts of a European county estate. Cushioned wicker chairs frame a formal dining table, while garden details spill inside, from a floral wreath over the hearth to a foyer stacked with planters.
The pool house kitchen often serves as a wet bar and food prep station for the family's pool parties, so the small galley kitchen has been decked out in Ann Sacks tile and custom shelves. The tile backsplash gives the room a textured feel, while the open shelving helps keep the modern look of the space.
Brown wood and woven furnishings create a homey area for friends to gather in this open-air pool house. The structure's open yet sheltered design makes it the perfect spot for a garden party. Fretwork on a series of "windows" and a clean-lined rug bring contemporary touches to the space.
The house's main level centers around an open air living and dining room that seamlessly joins with patios and the gorgeous infinity pool. On either side of this space is a bedroom; the master suite perches on the floor above.
This charming, transitional pool house features a unique open design that makes it half garden terrace, half indoor escape. Fretwork on the pool house's series of "windows" adds a modern touch to the space while leaving it open for users to enjoy the bucolic, rural scene beyond.