A stone walkway wraps around the side of the house, guiding visitors to a private patio and infinity-edge pool out back. Ornamental grasses and other native plants ensure that the journey is as gorgeous as the destination.
Between this lovely master bedroom a set of over large French doors open onto the space's private patio. With large plates of glass, these large French doors serve as a way to keep the two spaces visually connected, even when the doors are closed.
Sitting outside becomes even more enjoyable thanks to a stone fireplace, cushioned chairs and an outdoor kitchen. A pergola encloses the patio and so creates a sense of privacy, while a rustic rock wall complements the home's mountain surroundings.
A glass door leads from this minimalist modern bedroom to the outdoor private patio with beautiful landscaping. The neutral tones in the room keep the space bright and light, with pops of color in the above-the-bed framed art.
When you live in Italy, it only makes sense to pair your breakfast with beautiful vistas. Visitors need only to open the sliding glass door, step onto the private patio and sip their espresso while yachts sail across the water.
Wood beams not only draw attention to the high ceilings, but also visually connect the master suite to other rooms in the house. In turn, the space feels clean and cohesive, with sliding glass doors that open onto a private patio.
Step outside this Boston penthouse apartment and feast your eyes on the private patio area that parallels its indoor loveliness. Simply designed patio furniture in gray metal, with bright blue upholstered cushions, is a comfortable addition to the space. The designers of Haddad Hakansson used large stone tiles for the floor and added a light blue stone wall for privacy. The blue colors used throughout is an outstanding choice to blend with the glass windows and outside environment.
Lights on either side of the path both increase visibility at night and showcase the yard's various trees and plants. In the distance, a compacted gravel circular patio will provide a private place to sit and reflect.
To prevent stray sand from trailing inside, the architects included a stone patio where guests can quickly dust their feet off. A wood overhang above keeps the space cool and comfortable despite the afternoon sun.