This deck mixes contemporary and global pieces for a look that stylish and unique: a brown sectional, relaxed, rust-colored lounge chair, a Frank Gehry Twist cube, sculpted planters and throw pillows with tribal-inspired fabrics.
Following the side entry to the backyard leads guests along a narrow segmented path, at the end of which stands a bright orange sculpture. Thanks to its warm hue, the piece commands attention against the garden wall and doubles as a pretty planter.
After a mini-makeover from HGTV’s Curb Appeal team, this home’s entryway draws the eye with a bright orange front door, two blue planters and attractive modern house numbers. The brightly colored accents look particularly striking against the home’s gray exterior and porch.
This contemporary terrace features a sleek dining area with an orange-tinted dining table and orange bench seating. A planter wall runs along the high retaining wall behind the dining area, housing a multitude of beautiful plantings.
The square shape of this courtyard patio is softened with the corner landscaping, planters and center tree cutout. The orange tile flooring blends well with the neutral walls and red-orange barrel tile roof. Decorative tiles line the door archway and tree base.
The entryway planter of this traditional home is brimming with eclectic and vibrant plants, including Pittosporum 'silver sheen', Liriope 'sunproof', Euphorbia, Boxwood, Helichrysum, Dietes, orange Abutilon and Heuchera.
The design intention of this outdoor living space was to create unity between the indoors and outdoors. The Mediterranean colors of the pillow fabrics, shutters and planters - burnt orange, green and various shades of blue - add to the design's vibrant, yet relaxing vibe.
The opulence of this swimming pool is not lost at dusk, as the sun sets in the distance at this Mediterranean home. The home itself features cobblestone siding, a cobblestone chimney and a covered porch that shades orange chaise lounges and brown rectangular planters.