The elevated, diagonal ridge beam that projects out on the leading edge of the wooden structure posed a challenge for the design team. Custom steel connections and careful planning made the outdoor layout successful in creating a cozy lounge for the homeowners and their guests to enjoy.
This outdoor living room is defined by a modern steel roof structure that shades the outdoor kitchen and bar seating. The pavilion doubles as a modern sculptural landscape element to provide a focal point for the backyard.
A pergola extends out from the covered pavilion bringing the warm wood hues out over this outdoor bar space. A gorgeous stone countertop steals the show melding the warm wood color with neutral and gray. The smooth countertop is a stylish contrast to the rough texture of the rock bar base and nearby retaining wall.
A recent addition to this Phoenix home is cantilevered over the red-rock mountain and lower patio, preserving the outdoor living area. The addition includes a modern version of a Juliet balcony, offering the bedroom inside a view of the valley below and skyline. Underneath the structure is a shady spot for the grill and a dog-washing area.
Wanting their clients to have their dream entertaining space, the DMAR Interiors team demolished a small outdoor structure and replaced it with this stunning 1200-square-foot pavilion. Inside, guests will find an intimate lounge, dining area, and fully-equipped open kitchen.
This outdoor patio structure features a dining space at the bar. Dark chairs line the white brick base that connects to the built-in outdoor fireplace. Above the modern fireplace, five water spouts flow into the swimming pool. A gorgeous garden adds color and life to the poolside space.
Interconnected barn-like structures, designed from stacked stone and rustic lumber, house the main living areas. A covered outdoor living space features comfortable seating areas, an outdoor fireplace and outdoor kitchen that overlook the beautiful Texas ranch.
Multicolored mosaic tile and fountains turn this swimming pool into an outdoor retreat. The pool house uses similar exterior elements as the main house, tying the architecture of the structures together.
The cabana-style structure is open on all four sides for maximum flexibility with indoor-outdoor entertaining. The goal of the design was to create a structure that integrates with both the main home and the landscape, and also offers easy outdoor entertaining during all seasons.
The Spanish-style home consists of several structures including the main house, barn, guest quarters and office clustered around a walled outdoor courtyard. An 80-year-old Italian stone pine provides a majestic canopy to the home.
This property started out as two separate lots. The new owners decided to build two separate structures on the large piece of land: a main residence and a guest house with shared outdoor space in between. Both buildings have an indoor outdoor feel, with oversized sliding doors instantly connecting rooms to patios and balconies.