The back of the home boasts expansive balconies and covered patios — all with a view of the luxurious swimming pool, pristine lawn and stunning ocean. The fun, lighted fountains provide visual separation between the swimming pool and lawn.
For additional visual interest, the Landform Design Group added an accent wall to the far side of the pool. With smooth island stone and seven "scupper" fountains, the piece is both eye-catching and relaxing.
In addition to three bedrooms, three baths, an eat-in kitchen and a pool out back, this impressive 2,500-square-foot home includes a private courtyard. Here, a lotus pond and water fountain encourage peace and quiet reflection.
Royal palms and flowering plants offer a small glimpse of what's to come from this vacation home in Jamaica. As guests follow the smooth stone driveway, they'll enter a lush landscape that boasts water fountains, stunning structures and an infinity-edge pool with views of the ocean.
Previously, this pool was tiny and unspectacular and even off center in the yard, so designers renovated the space to create a spacious pool with a radius vanishing edge detail that would flow into a lower trough that was design to resemble a large fountain with scalloped walls that joined the radius vanishing edge detail. Then, designers brought in fire and water bowls to add drama to the space, creating the perfect poolside paradise.
Wanting to add a two-story pool house, carriage house and an all-white garden to their lot, the owners of this charming Colonial turned to Deborah Cerbone Associates for help. Using gates, fences, fountains, flowers and more, the landscape architects created their dream outdoor space.
The Moroccan-inspired motif of the entry fountain is repeated in the pool tile, making the two spaces feel connected. The deep greens, rich browns and cool blues of the tile echo the colors of the landscape and tie the front garden and rear garden together as well.
Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado