Sliding glass doors create an open air living room, providing direct access to the peaceful backyard patio and pool. Two caramel colored leather armchairs earn a pop of color from red throw pillows, while a circular chandelier hangs from a wood planked ceiling.
This neutral living room with heather furniture features a concrete wall that acts as a partial divider between the living and dining spaces. Floor-to-ceiling windows with sliding glass doors allow for easy access to the pool and patio areas.
This luxury villa boasts large windows and doors that allow for easy access between indoor and outdoor areas, including a patio, living room and kitchen. The homeowners also have private access to an infinity edge pool and nearby beach, as well as a stunning view of the oceanfront.
Perfect for entertaining, this contemporary living room features a built-in bar area and sliding glass doors that lead to backyard pool. Brown wood panels line the bar wall and extend to the ceiling, while a white sofa and coffee table add contrast.
Large sliding glass doors throughout this Malibu home give indoor spaces quick outdoor access, as seen with these living room and pool areas. The pool features brown mosaic tile accents and a spacious sitting area with neutral cushioned lounge chairs. Tropical plants and other greenery complete the landscape.
Decks with a completely finished underside are becoming more popular and this example from Tufdek presents an ideal entertainment space that enjoys easy access to both pool and garden areas. The striking exterior vinyl waterproof flooring is available in a variety of colors and offers years of durability.
An Australian hardwood known as Yellow Stringybark provides the decking and steps in this stunning patio/pool combination from COS Design with landscaping by Signature Landscapes, pool by Serenity Pools.
This serene bedroom features an all-over neutral palette, including the floral comforter and armchair with matching ottoman. Traditional taupe curtains frame the glass paneled French doors which lead to the outdoor pool and patio area.
Rooms on the second floor of this French country estate all have a view of the pool from their private Juliet balconies. These balconies are covered by overhangs that match the terra-cotta tile roof. From the first floor, large French doors lead out of the common spaces onto the back patio and landscaped concrete pad around the pool.