To take their clients' pool to the next level, the Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group outfitted the feature with all new equipment, including a waterfall, spa, new stone surround and black pebble sheen bottom. The result? A luxe outdoor space that takes all your troubles away.
An outdoor patio area that takes one's breath away. This board and batten sided home offers a patio area with space enough for both sitting and dining areas plus a beautiful stone fireplace/hearth for those cold evenings.
A white tulip table and chairs tucks neatly into a corner of the kitchen in this luxury penthouse, taking full advantage of the incredible New York City views. On lovely days, dine al fresco on the balcony just steps away.
Stainless steel food bowls are tucked away under the sink and slide out for mealtimes. A dog bed, outfitted in blue and white houndstooth, provides a cozy nook for furry family members to relax and take a nap.
This fully decked-out outdoor living space takes what we love about a great room and brings it outside. A step away from the covered patio is an outdoor lounging area, creating a complete outdoor living and dining experience.
To take daily unwinding and relaxation to the next level, this neutral contemporary bathroom has a sauna for letting worries melt (or steam) away, creating a true spa-like environment. An adjacent floating vanity is made of matching wood and complements the bathroom's sleek, minimalist style.
Take advantage of the ample green space and provide a place for guests to lounge. Spread painters' canvas under blankets to keep critters and moisture away. Throw pillows and wraps will keep guests comfortable.
Sip a drink and reflect on the day in this outdoor jacuzzi with led lighting. An amenity of a Grecian Villa in the area of Tourlos, the jacuzzi lets you soak your troubles away while taking in the amazing water views.
Sleek and stylish, this Boston penthouse boasts a view of the city that takes one's breath away! Designers of Haddad Hakanssson blanketed the exterior walls beyond this staircase with panes of glass that show Boston in all its urban glory-- touching the sky from the second floor.
What was once an underutilized space is now a favorite spot at this Santa Barbara beach cottage. The use of purple and greens takes your eye away from the artificial turf and the custom built vertical fence gives the space a more open feel.
Dirt and grime are bound to build up the longer an item sits outside. Just take a clean, damp cloth and wipe it away, making sure to get into the crevasses of the weave. If needed, use a vacuum to get the excess dirt off.