I love the contrast of this modern structure next to the traditional house. It's like a really pretty take on a Quonset hut.
This simple shingled poolhouse is the bees knees.
My dad has a room like this over the garage that he uses as a writing studio. It is the reason my dad did not drive my mom insane after he retired.
This small space looks so inviting. I call little outbuildings like this "marriage savers."
This small shed is all that's required, and I love the charming colors and details.
I think this is the inside of that same cottage.
I overuse this picture so much, but it's such a pefect spot for a pool table and hanging out with good friends.
This lovely copper-roofed pavilion provides shelter for those who like to sit and enjoy the view.
This reminds me of the richest man in Charlottesville's estate. There was a teahouse looking over a SERIOUS Japanese garden. The funny thing was, in this "zen" place, a cannon went off every fifteen minutes, to scare away the birds that were eating the moss off the rocks in said Japanese garden, which was pretty funny. O.K. I'm getting off topic, onto the next...
This is the ultimate pavilion, and the rainbow of butterfly chairs give it so much modern charm.
I was trying really hard not to do poolhouse after poolhouse in this ideabook, but this one is too wonderful to leave out. Wow!