66,320 small outdoor living spaces Home Design Photos

Barker O'Donoghue Master Builders
2 Reviews
22nd
Ideabooks7,142
Questions13
is similar) fits easily into the narrow confines of a modern space in San Francisco. The rich purple on the walls (Benjamin Moore’s Caponata) contrasts beautifully with the pale wood floor.
makes a small narrowspace look infinite
small bathroom - high backed toilet, an alternative to floating
shapes and styles, so choose one that really complements your space. This tall, slim one is great for the tall, slim niche.
Note that floor-mounted and wall-mounted toilets come in regular and elongated versions. If you're tight on space, look for a regular or smaller model.
easily into the narrow confines of a modern space in San Francisco. The rich purple on the walls (Benjamin Moore’s Caponata) contrasts beautifully with the pale wood floor.
“Powder bath” — dianemann
Ownby Design
18 Reviews
Ownby Design
Ideabooks35,812
Questions39
How big is this living room?
I have been searching for living room colors for a while now and this is absolutely perfect, if you can I would love to know what color this is
I want my living room just like this one what a beautiful room!!
Seriously, your projects are insanely magnificent! Amazing! I live in ny :(
Thank you, I also prefer a comfortable sectional for a great room, especially with a fireplace. This room that you are commenting on is actually a formal living room which is why we have the two larger sofa's facing each other
like how the living room is connected to the outdoor
Living room like soft colours and entrance table lamps
Outdoor lighting, visible from great room
Doors and layout of living room
“everything” — lesliemontena
Dullea and Associates Inc.
16 Reviews
Augusta Rd. Residence I - Porch Addition
Ideabooks3,255
Questions5
front porch? Length, Depth and height from floor to ceiling. Thanks very much for your time. Also, what is the diameter of columns and how much space is between columns (6 inches maybe). Thanks again.
Since I do not know anything about your specific project it is difficult to answer your question. However, it sounds like there could be to much space between the columns on your project. Sorry I can not be more specific.
living space on left side where garage was?
love the spacious porch, the columns, fans, living area
whoa, porch living in rural setting
“everything!” — Ann Fay
WA design
8 Reviews
Saratoga Creek House
Ideabooks6,486
Questions6
I would love to incorporate your image into a presentation (Trends in Outdoor Living) I am doing for the Shade conference in Phoenix. Is there any way you could please send me this image (approx. 1200x800 pixels is fine) to: kathryn@prideauxdesign.net? I would SO appreciate it. And I will
Like stone rounds at outdoor fireplace
“Fireplace stone” — ihaukenes
Charlie Barnett Associates
Hillsborough Residence
Ideabooks6,003
Questions6
Who is the manufacturer of the outdoor sconces? Are they Copper?
k: an outdoor room like this/
This might be good for the living room to get rid of the centre between two doors
Open Space with Large Pivot Door
Big door that opens to create indoor/outdoor space.
Open space, lots of glass
Seamless flow to outdoors
love the indoor/outdoor flow
Indoor outdoor slate
Indoor outdoor flow of flooring
Canyon Living...Outdoor living...Open living...outdoor lighting
“Yuhu” — myhopehome
Historical Concepts
4 Reviews
Among the Oaks | Spring Island, South Carolina
Ideabooks3,045
Questions2
@Living Vintage, see my reply on your other comment/question.
Wonderful small house in woods with sunroom
Simple. Fits the site. The perfect small cottage.
Sleeping on right, eating and living in rest. Perfect
the two tiny houses. This is the idea I have for using two Zoe Victorian cottages. One tiny house is a bit too small. Two especially with the huge porch added is perfect. One house for living and sleeping. The other one for bath and kitchen.
Too large of a screen porch but love the 2 small homes.
two small houses with a shared kitchen
appealing about architecture of the Deep South, especially houses. Yet instead of the grant plantation mansions with wraparound porches, I’m fond of small houses nestled into their surroundings, like this piece of a residential compound in Spring Island, South Carolina. My favorite part of Historical
“Cute cottage” — sustainabletaryn
Buy Some Damn Art
Brooklyn Apartment
Ideabooks1,825
Questions4
A sliver of wallspace next to your front door is all you need. The smaller the space, the more important it is to keep it clutter-free. This entryway just has a small shelf for knickknacks, a mirror, and a place to hold important reminders.
Don't give up if you live in a small apartment with cramped, narrow hallways. This space-friendly shelf is just the right size for keys, and it even has room to spare for favorite knickknacks.
You don't need a lot of space (or a built-in of any kind) to make a great entryway. A sliver of wallspace next to your front door is all you need. The smaller the space, the more important it is to keep it clutter-free. This entryway just has a small shelf for knickknacks, a mirror, and
“A sitting window for a cat - delightful!!” — nikki97
Jeni Lee
Open air living in the mountains of Bali
Ideabooks5,396
Questions6
Open air living in the mountains of Bali
ideabook below to owner, Simon Evans, comments you can get a much more detailed picture. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/4576062/list/My-Houzz--Open-Air-Living-in-the-Mountains-of-Bali
I want to go live in a treehouse...
Living with open walls. Like the variation
“chill out area” — wopeox
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