The home's private garden has an outdoor kitchenette making this the perfect space for relaxing or entertaining. The space is crafted from durable materials, such as flagstone, brick and Spanish tile, ensuring that this space will stand the test of time and the elements.
A garden surrounded on two sides by the lower level of this penthouse offers a private oasis for the homeowners, their family and their guests in the heart of Manhattan. Both levels of the home enjoy views of the garden.
French doors open this Brooklyn townhome's dining area up to the family's private garden to create an extended indoor/outdoor living space in pleasant weather. The doorway elegantly frames the homeowners' Danish modern dining set.
The garden courtyard terrace of this Point Lorna, California, villa home is made more secluded by the use of topiary, as the branches of a lemon tree frame a side entrance. Through the branches lies a pair of cushioned wicker sofas centered under a covered archway and facing a swimming pool lined with verdant shrubbery.
This is the end of the snails stepping stone trail at Timberline. It terminates under the dining table on the upper terrace. The shaded table in the garden serves as a nice relaxing spot to enjoy the garden adorned with flowers and various types of foliage.
With gorgeous bay views and access to a private garden, this master suite feels luxurious and inviting. Framed by golden yellow draperies, a bay window brings in ample light to the elegant, traditional space.
Contemporary art inspired the design for a private garden in suburban Detroit, Mich. For the modernist space, Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture created an outdoor gallery softened by plantings and dappled shade peeking through honey locust trees.
This modern style Japanese rock garden is in keeping with the natural stone elements of the home. The plants provide a bit of greenery, as well as, soften up the space. The surrounding wood fence adds another layer of texture and provided privacy to the space.