This home features a detailed terrace that connects the indoor space to the outdoor space. Glass walls put the indoor dining room in view, creating symmetry between the spaces. The terrace includes a custom pergola, wood fire feature, grilling table and raised herb planter.
Everything about this gorgeous backyard, patio and pool was designed to evoke the East Coast's Hamptons. Pergolas provide poolside shade, while cozy furnishings and blue accents infuse the outdoors with a style all their own.
Landscape architect Jason Brownlee designed this outside oasis to mirror the circular design of the Mediterranean-style villa but added modern touches to accentuate the view. This ebb and flow design features a reflective, infinity-edge pool in black onyx with terraced water features that allow overflow to be caught in spa basins below. The perimeter overflow system allows the pool to level flush against the travertine floor of the upper patio and helps to frame the view for a continuous water-to-water illusion from pool to lake.
This Mediterranean outdoor oasis layers earth tones with textures to help guests ease into the stunning natural surroundings. Woven chaise lounges overlook a luxurious pool with water fountains, while an outdoor sofa and armchairs invite guests to linger.
Wood beams cross the neutral ceiling over the open archways lining this covered patio. Lantern pendant lights hang between the beams adding to the villa style of the home exterior. Wrought iron patio furniture is padded with beige seat cushions. A matching glass coffee table and small end table finish the sitting space.
A Knotted Melati Hanging Chair from Anthropologie creates a cozy sitting nook on this patio. A matching Fermob bar cart provides a convenient spot to store beach towels, including these by Marimekko, or beverages and snacks to guarantee fun in the sun.
This Mediterranean stone patio offers several seating areas. There's one by the fireplace, one by the water feature and one with a view of the big sky above the home. A tile roof and classic turquoise columns on the home complete the look.
With a view of the city straight ahead, these patterned chairs make a cozy spot to read or sip coffee in the morning. For a fun twist on traditional lighting, the Turnstyle team hung the candle holders on the wall instead of placing them on a flat surface as intended.