This outdoor dining area showcases a coastal aesthetic that's open and inviting. The adjacent outdoor kitchen was built from four inches of masonry block on a poured concrete slab to keep appliances tucked away.
This tropical outdoor seating area features a built-in bench, a rough hewn coffee table and cozy armchairs with matching footrests. The covered patio creates the perfect spot for casual conversation with family and friends.
Off the back of the house is a relaxing, welcoming patio area. A group of comfortable wicker chairs is the perfect spot to enjoy the contemporary backyard and pool. An umbrella adds shade over the outdoor dining area.
The family wanted a stylish outdoor dining room, so designers created this space with seating for six. To help the space function as part of the home's entertainment space, designers included multiple points of entry from the interior spaces to the home's exterior entertaining areas.
If your outdoor space has integrated bench seating, maximize its use with a collection of bistro tables and mismatched seating surrounding it. The same versatile elements used throughout the area were incorporated here to tie the spaces together visually.
No need to be cooped up inside with a eating area like this to enjoy outside. A beautiful stone outdoor kitchen, featuring a stainless steel grill, sits in an open archway with views of the yard. Comfortable padded chairs surround a large glass table big enough for the entire family to enjoy.
Outdoor living spaces deserve sophisticated features, too, like this stone fireplace with decorative columns in relief. A dark stained wood pergola provides a cozy space for outdoor dining by the pool and fire.
Out back, sliding glass doors open onto a covered sitting area. Here, a modern sofa and twin armchairs from LFDG FURNISH provide comfortable seating, as well as complement the home's sleek architecture.
The design provides a seamless transition from the indoors to the outdoors. A retractable door helps merge the two spaces together so that a gorgeous view of the Arizona landscape is put on full display.
And when the owners want to escape the sun for a little while? They only need to follow a gravel path to this secluded sitting area. Here, tall trees form a ring around the brick, creating a shaded spot to read or chat with friends.