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.
The open pavilion reflects the home's architecture and houses the outdoor kitchen and dining room. The stainless steel grill and refrigerator is built into a brick facade, which also provides counter space for prep and serving.
With a cedar pavilion and stone-clad pool, this outdoor space in Virginia blends seamlessly with its surroundings. In turn, the owners can enjoy the beauty of the woods without even leaving their backyard.
Don't let your outdoor room become cookie cutter. Invest in something that taps into your personal style, architectural tastes or otherwise reflects what's inside your home. This grand pavilion captures the drama of its backdrop and packs more of a style punch than a traditional gazebo.
Located in La Quinta, Calif., in the prestigious Madison Club golf community, the home is crafted with materials representing the surrounding mountains and desert. Two elliptical radial walls define the focus towards the view through a covered pavilion.
An outdoor oasis that complements the natural beauty of Hawaii is a challenge in itself. With a 360-degree wet-edge perimeter, 40-feet vanishing edge, underwater speakers and smart landscape lighting, this pool is a great place to gather in the day or night.
Through the main parlor the grounds open up into an amazing vista dominated by the pool at its center. Vestiges of the former olive grove are still in evidence as trees ring the lounge areas around the pool. At the far end of the pool is a lounge area - complete with jacuzzi - that is perfect for afternoons spent sipping mint tea.
What was once the front yard entrance to a mid-century ranch house is now the site of a two story pavilion with a manicured lawn and formal garden. The pavilion adjoins the owner’s estate on the left while the far right side of the formal garden is where the driveway once existed from the previous home.
What was once the nondescript backside of a ranch house has been transformed into an architectural marvel complete with a two story pavilion (it contains a half bath inside the arches), a greenhouse in the right corner and the outdoor fireplace in the center of the right wall. All of it is accessible within the new courtyard design.
Designers in Eastmark were tasked with creating a series of park structures to fit into a planned development community that could serve as a gathering space for community members and a venue for special events. This larger pavilion space creates a great space for congregating on a cool fall evening, while the sort of "blank canvas" design, with the only fixed detail of the interior space being the fire pit", allows for the perfect venue for a special event.
Who says the only shade-maker is a classic pergola? For a look that goes with your modern home’s style, follow Hidden Creek Landscaping’s lead and construct a sleek metal-roof pavilion to cover your grilling area.
Large slabs of stone lead from the deck to a pavilion, which was designed to be a sanctuary where the homeowners can relax, recharge and focus their thoughts. This serene outdoor space was also intended to be a home and food source for various pollinators.
Salvaging the structural beams from the former building allowed this entertainment pavillion to be built. It includes a wide-screen television, bar and refrigerator. The two banquette seats have storage areas underneath for entertainment supplies.
Beautiful beams and stone walls define this cedar pavilion, creating an outdoor room in the middle of the woods. Thanks to its open design, this custom feature allows for enjoying a drink by the fire while evening breezes filter inside.
The homeowners wanted the view to be an important part of the home's design, so two elliptical radial walls define the focus through a covered pavilion. The pavilion’s vanishing walls, through the use of pocket glass doors, allow for this space to work both as indoor and outdoor living. Since the homeowners love to entertain, the home is designed with four bedroom suites, two on each side of the pavilion space.