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Entertainment-Ready Backyard with Infinity-Edge Pool and Spa
Colored lighting gives a fun, glam vibe to this elegant infinity-edge pool and spa, part of a sprawling estate in College Grove, Tennessee. Glass walls open to bring outdoors in, and the entire outdoor area enjoys sweeping views of the nearby lake.
Modern Southwestern Home With Red Brick and Stucco Exterior
This Southwestern home exterior earns a modern spin with its pairing of classic white stucco with red brick. Concrete slabs lead the way to the front porch, while neutral gravel provides ground cover. Yellow metal chairs provide a pop of color.
The materials used in this home have been selected to reflect the sunlight and reduce the heat island effect, as evidenced by the light colored stucco, natural stone and single-ply rolled roofing for the flat roofs.
A large, woven sectional is shaded by a built-in umbrella, creating a restful spot to relax in this zen-like Los Angeles backyard. Tall plants screen the seating area and soften the lines of the tall privacy fence. Succulent plantings embrace the southern California climate.
Exterior cedar and concrete sections create a beautiful modern contrast to the natural grasses and flowers surrounding the home. The cedar brings a warm glow accentuated by the natural sunlight. Roof levels echo the hilly surrounding landscape and allow the home to flow with the natural cut of the land.
This unique San Francisco home makes the most of its space by keeping the front of the house traditional, as per San Francisco requirements, and letting the back be open and airy. High ceilings and large windows create a strong connection to the outside.
This amazing home in Austin is a perfect showcase for imaginative architecture. Instead of doing the usual—letting the house fill the 50 by 150-foot single-family lot—the architects designed the residence to stretch along the length of the land. This allowed for a mix of different outdoor spaces that could be natural extensions off of individual rooms.
Succulents and other heat resistant plants surround this intimate outdoor living space in California. A long, round lounge chair serves a modern alternative to the traditional lounge chair. Pops of orange add vibrancy to the modern patio.