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Stunning Outdoor Sitting Area
At the top of the stairs, four neutral seats create a comfortable spot for reading or entertaining. When the sun goes down, landscape lights along the path will safely guide visitors back to the house.
This outdoor oasis is complete with a dining, living and kitchen area all conveniently placed right next to the pool. A pair of nano walls open up to the backyard to extend the indoor living area. Natural light and breathtaking views from the walls of glass that make up the back of the home lead to the expansive feel and airiness of the home.
Overhead, two metal beams run parallel to each other and create a clear line of sight from the courtyard to the home's interior. Subsequently, the two living spaces feel connected, which makes the property seem larger and more open.
Mediterranean Estate with Pool, Spa, Outdoor Kitchen
This 11,400-square-foot Mediterranean-style estate is party-ready, with a pool, spa, outdoor kitchen and bar, cabana and multiple outdoor seating areas. Lush plantings provide privacy and connect the home to the surrounding coastal landscape. The 300-year-old roof tiles are sourced from an Italian castle.
Covered Outdoor Area With Exposed Beam Ceiling and Marble Tile Floors
This inviting outdoor space features a Mediterranean vibe with its arched windows, exposed beam ceiling, columns and marble tile floors. A seating area with wicker furniture and a glass coffee table offers a place to sit, while striped and floral cushions add a finishing touch.
A pebble interior, natural stone boulders, freeform design and hurricane palms create a tropical ambiance in this backyard getaway. The palm trees are wrapped in decorative lights, illuminating the pool area for nighttime outdoor entertaining.
Fit for a patio or deck, this do-it-yourself water wall was created by Marie Blackburn of The Interior Frugalista and her husband. Water trickles down two tempered glass panels mounted in a wood frame.
Beautiful wood cabanas serve as a changing room and storage space in this contemporary pool deck. Organic materials create a serene atmosphere that blends in with the natural wooded landscape that surround it.