HGTV's The Outdoor Room transformed Anne Heche and James Tupper's sun-scorched backyard with a new extended pergola. A custom European-style dining table was built from the old pergola wood to anchor the outdoor dining space.
Embrace the aging process. The brown and gray tones of the seasoned logs that Georgia designer Monica Stewart stacked next to this outdoor dining table ties into the patina of the table, without having to repaint or redo the legs to freshen up the look.
David Bromstad of HGTV's Color Splash transformed this outdoor space into a party-ready patio. Reclaimed lumber creates a one-of-a-kind table that will accommodate up to eight guests. Weather-resistant, floor-to-ceiling draperies and beautifully patterned rugs make the space feel like an extension of the indoors.
A Restoration Hardware outdoor table with seating for 12 provides a chic spot to take in the view from 23 stories above Los Angeles. Custom botanicals and potted plants add a lively pop of color to this 1,200-square-foot balcony.
A large pergola offers enough room for two dining tables, extending the entertaining capabilities of this California home. Planters filled with decorative grasses and apple trees offer a stunning backdrop for the dining area.
Simple white votive candles create a linear centerpiece atop a honeycomb-patterned tablecloth in this formal dining room area. Large, detailed wood ceiling beams and a brick archway add drama to this luxurious space. The archway leads to an outdoor entertaining area that continues the Old World charm of the dining room.
Bluestone patio, a cedar roof structure, and all natural veneer and wall stone create an elegant, contemporary outdoor living and dining space with a rustic charm. A long light fixture compliments the long wooden dining table. Wood chairs with neutral seat cushions line the table and a trio of lanterns create a simple centerpiece decor.
The wood pergola with string lights adds dimension and definition to a dining area with two picnic-style tables and a massive fireplace. Other elements that fit into the modern design are the pergola, use of steel and concrete, and decorative elements such as barrels.
A thick blue cushion and line of throw pillows soften this wood bench for a comfortable outdoor sitting space. Ceramic stands create a decorative coffee table set up, and a metal end table adds a rougher texture to the serene design. Landscape lighting bounces off the glass retaining wall for a glowing effect.
This modern table features a sleek wood top with matching built in bench seating on one side. Three white chairs line the opposite side for extra seating. A pair of matching centerpieces add small softness and color.