An existing concrete wall and terrace were covered with a new Ipe deck and stainless steel cable rail.
Terracing timbers increases a slope's functionality.
The limestone path leads from the upper terrace to the lower terrace under an enchanting canopy of trees.
A private terrace is a perfect little oasis that allows you to feel removed from city life.
A terraced garden separated by stacked stone retaining walls adds natural beauty and color to the lakeside backyard.
The design of this outdoor space reflects geometric, modern design with the terraced planters and steps that lead to another level of the outdoors.
A terraced rock garden creates a unique, sloped landscape in this backyard. Waterfalls break up the terrain.
To become the perfect outdoor escape, this rooftop terrace was outfitted with LED lighting and a sound system. There's a sun deck, a posh kitchen and a dining area.
This Southern California home incorporates elements of Provencal landscaping, with a terraced design including Mediterranean plants and a stone cladded planter wall.
The upper terrace is home to a fireplace that heats the intimate seating in this space. Just behind this area is a large table that allows for outdoor dining when the weather is right.
An oversized chaise, upholstered in all-weather fabric, provides the ideal sunbather's perch in this terrace in the HGTV Urban Oasis 2012 . A silkscreened pillow pays subtle nod to sea life and serves up the needed dose of color.
Extending out from the living room, this terrace offers a beautiful view of the city, and a small seating area complete with greenery in aluminum urns.
The nighttime lighting provides another spectacular view of this million dollar terrace, seen on HGTV's Million Dollar Rooms.
This terrace has an extraordinary view with white outdoor furniture.
One of the spectacular terraces with a view of downtown Los Angeles at the historic Los Feliz Oaks home Artemesia.
Designed to work with the addition of a new workout room, this garden oasis in Birmingham is perfectly suited for a family with an outdoor lifestyle with an eye towards entertaining.
Nestled in a private canyon in Los Feliz Oaks, the restoration of Artemesia required sourcing bricks from the Midwest to match existing brickwork.
This long, Mediterranean-style water garden lined by trees leads to an arched entrance where a statue sits. Stone walls frame a grassy path.