This lovely Tudor home radiates with personality through the use of prestigious brick and gray shingles. The white trim adds style to the outlines while terraced, stone landscaping adds style and excitement.
Terraced stone planters add architectural interest to this outdoor gathering area at a public market in Malibu, Calif. Sliding barn doors and industrial lighting add to the rustic feel of this inviting space.
An angled terrace overlooks a sweeping view of the desert landscape in this contemporary home in Reno. The home's contemporary architecture offers effortless flow between interior and exterior spaces. The house is situated on nearly seven acres in an exclusive gated community.
Nestled on a quiet hilltop, this Mediterranean style home boasts extraordinary views and seclusion. Terraced landscaping compliments the sloped front yard, allowing for unobstructed views from the home's multiple outdoor spaces.
To add dimension to this front yard, the homeowners have used their steps to give the space height. Instead of adding plants of varying heights that could obstruct a direct view of the house, the homeowners have terraced their steps, and also their flowerbeds, to give their drought friendly front lawn a little extra pizzaz.
It is important for outdoor spaces to be an aesthetic object for the visual senses, says Nicolas Lee, who won a 2015 American Society of Landscape Architects honor award as a student at Harvard. This Atlanta condo terrace features plantings maintained by the complex. The millennial condo owner has also invested in a container plant.
Lighted steps and clean glass railings are functional features that add to the sleekness and drama of this contemporary California terrace. Stacked stone sheathes the backyard's various tiers, while patches of grass and landscaping add a soft touch.
A neutral, stacked stone wall along with the surrounding landscape creates an exquisite, secluded outdoor space. Terrace gardens make the pool area feel comfortable while allowing a flat space for the kids up top.
This home has all the grandeur and gorgeous landscaping of an Italian villa. The gardens are split up over several levels and include a pool, fountains, sitting areas and great lawns. Staycations never looked so good.
This Upper East Side New York City terrace is the ultimate outdoor living. A contemporary wood-and-glass pergola covers the long dining table, which enjoys prime seating for the flatscreen TV. An open outdoor seating area is surrounded by a lush garden and has stunning views of Manhattan.
Benches are built right into the curving perimeter wall of this Porto Rafael veranda, creating a great spot for lounging and enjoying the gorgeous Mediterranean views. The property includes three villas, one main manor and two annexes, all nestled into the lush Sardinian landscape.