The custom elevator stops at the third floor of this contemporary residence where you can see a glimpse of the large window wall with great views. The overlook was carefully placed along with the two-story window wall placement so that the view could be seen just as well from this level as the main level living below.
This famous residential skyscraper in Manhattan is one of the tallest in the world, has some spectacular views. The facade of this luxury apartment is treaded with an LED lighting system that can change colors and be controlled from the street.
Homeowners are designing outdoor kitchen and dining areas with room for a dining table and bar to maximize seating for themselves and guests. This patio's bar and floor use Belgard products manufactured by Miller Materials in Missouri.
Located on Kauai’s famed North Shore, the three-acre home is dramatically situated on a bluff above Kalihiwai Bay. Enjoy 360-degree views from the second-story observation deck, the perfect spot for whale watching.
This Chicago residential condo rooftop is located on the 34th floor, so the designer added built-in tropical hardwood benches and a custom concrete fire pit for cold city nights. The fire pit and benches are contemporary, maintaining the sleek feel of the residential condos.
A rustic covered outdoor kitchen in Dallas goes big with a bar and metal pendants. Fun features include light green appliances and western-themed accessories in the outdoor living space designed by Evan Ratcliff with Key Residential.
The living area in this residential skyscraper provides a stunning skyline view of Manhattan, a lengthy sectional with plenty of seating, a marble fireplace and silver custom-designed wool and silk rug.
High vaulted ceilings in natural wood tones give this traditional farmhouse living room a grand, open feel. Built-ins provide plenty of storage, a leather and fabric sofa provides comfy seating, and the French doors lead to the nearby screened porch.