569,878 outdoor living Home Design Photos

Mclaughlin Landscape Construction
11 Reviews
Outdoor Lighting
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think this living space would be really great for a rich bachelor or a family.
Concept of flood-lit garden as an extension to the living area
Outdoor/indoor living space and lights on overhang
photo?outdoor living. Wow
Outdoor living ideas
Perfect outdoor entertainment
outdoor entertaining
Outdoor living...Roof living...Outdoor Living Room...Nice outdoor room...Outdoor room decor...Outdoor Lighting
“Perfect” — fantasyhouse
Mclaughlin Landscape Construction
11 Reviews
Fireplaces
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of this living space. If it's possible, if you could please email me a rough drawing of the plans, we would be grateful. Thanks!
This outdoor room we built is approximately 14' x 16' to center of each column.
built this outdoor ?
idea of outdoor living space. TV, fan, lighting, etc.
Love the living space
Outdoor Living Space
Covered outdoor living
Outdoor seating area
Ambience outdoor living.
brown outdoor cushions
outdoor space...Outdoor living room...Outdoor living...Outdoor structure...Everything outdoor...outdoor fireplace...outdoor room
“outdoor fireplace and outdoor pillars” — Julie LaRose
James D. LaRue Architects
13 Reviews
Westlake Drive
Ideabooks8,229
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style of outdoor furniture. This style has become increasingly popular and we find similar looks/styles at various outdoor furniture shops. We hope this helps!
We're not sure exactly where these pieces were purchased. However, Brown Jordan has a very similar style of outdoor furniture! We hope you find
I absolutely love the idea of a covered half indoor/outdoor space! This looks awesome. plus a great view
Outdoor living - pool a little under covered porch
“mantle” — loricauthen
Lenkin Design Inc: Landscape and Garden Design
8 Reviews
Mist Garden - 'Heaven'
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over your outdoor space like the fog surrounding a rain forest waterfall, and the cool breeze provided by a misting fan can make outdoor living very comfortable on even the hottest days.
over your outdoor space like the fog surrounding a rain forest waterfall, and the cool breeze provided by a misting fan can make outdoor living very comfortable on even the hottest days.
of the outdoor space. The fine fog seems appropriate with these walls, as well as the vegetation, sculpture, and other elements.Upload your fog photo!More: How to Take Better Home Design PhotosFrom the Experts: Photographers' Tips on Taking Interior Shots
“cool” — Anthony Flint
GM Construction, Inc.
Kanae Lot 1
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WoW Love all that outdoor living, each room has a separate space ,but yet they all flow so well. Nicely done!
Open living and concrete to grass flow
better to live in.Tell us: What do you love about your indoor-outdoor space?More: Find the Right Glass Door for Your PatioTurn Your Carport Into an Outdoor Dining Room
“Pergola” — cbellcbell
Dara Rosenfeld Design
Hawaii
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dining, and living spaces. About 40 feet wide at the front, this huge open space was designed with indoor/outdoor living in mind. "The clients really wanted to embrace everything about the Hawaiian lifestyle," says Rosenfeld. "This allows them to open all the doors when they have people over, and even move
“Lanai” — av8trix2
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
1 Review
Timber Framed Pavilion
Ideabooks14,356
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Where is the outdoor furniture from?
and my living room and kitchen are laid out in the same area. I bought couches but don't like them anymore. I also want to change paint color. Any ideas on what to do to this room?
used to live in Philly Pennsylvania :)
This beautifully designed space features outdoor furniture from the Denpasar Collection designed by Richard Frinier for Century Furniture. www.centuryfurniture.com
I just love these outdoor chairs! where can I find them?
“Outdoor entertainment” — bulawayo
www.KarlGercens.com
Desert Landscape Desgin
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outdoor heating, firepits, heat lamps, blankets.
pits, outdoor fireplaces and heat lamps are obvious ways to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living. Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls, which will better absorb extra heat from the sun when
pits, outdoor fireplaces and heat lamps are obvious ways to keep warm in the winter, extending time enjoying outdoor living," writes New Mexico landscape designer David Cristiani."Another way to consider keeping warm in the months ahead is to use only deciduous trees near south- and west-facing walls
“Seats” — pblgarcia
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