This stunningly crafted tool shed serves as a pump house for a water feature that trickles into a Koi-filled moat that surrounds the garden patio. Designed by Art Harrison Interiors in Franklin, Mich., this ultimate garden shed complements the architectural details of the home.
The placement of the bar helps keep the conversation flowing while cooking. The homeowners and guests can dine on the glass-top table or in the lounge area. The arched doorway connects to family room for easy access. Inspired by the vaulted ceilings, designer Bea Pila added handmade copper lanterns to cast off a warm and comfortable ambience.
A bright orange accent wall creates a contemporary backdrop for this open air dining room. A bubble glass chandelier sits above the wood and metal dining table, which is surrounded by sleek silver chairs.
Designed to entertain, this outdoor space was maximized to create an extension of the home. The open pavilion boasts a comfortable seating area, gas fireplace, outdoor TVs and state-of-the-art sound system. Grass is planted between stone tile to add softness to the hardscaping.
Low outdoor furniture creates a comfortable seating area, while a long dining table surrounded by contemporary chairs is perfect for entertaining outside. The space opens up to the interior living room, which features sleek, neutral furniture and brightly colored abstract art.
A redesigned walkway becomes a veritable art gallery for unique plant and flower combinations, which line the sides of this post-classical Pacific Heights home. Adding a dash of modernism, the bespoke furnishings and personalized architectural touches help to bring the new in with the old.
This modern master bedroom opens onto a deck with pocket doors that fold away and create the illusion of being outside. The couple opted for sleek, low furnishings that emphasize the room's high ceilings. White walls and pale oak floors provide a neutral backdrop for art and accents that add layers of color and texture to the space.
A backyard art studio is a contemporary work space outside of the main house, while cozy evenings can be spent around the fire pit. Minimal planting, modern details and exterior lighting complete the outdoor space with a polished look.
For the homeowners of this residence, the designers strived to meld the husband's love of the outdoors with the wife's glam tendencies. The result: cool nature-inspired murals, metallic accents and luxurious textures.
Concrete paver walkways with Mexican pebble joints lead from the main house to each area of the backyard: the art studio, the fire pit and the concrete patio. Pea gravel is used to create a low-water landscape for this California outdoor space.
Include a few standout pieces in your outdoor decor. This faux cattle head acts as a piece of outdoor art when simply leaned against the wall next to some colorful pillows and succulents. A large vintage wooden bowl serves as a faux planter for a cactus.
From the patio, French doors lead into the master suite. These glass paneled doors allow plenty of natural light into the master space and a view of the patio from the room, creating a continuous design from the indoors out.