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Bordley 2
Bordley 2
Thompson Custom Homes
photos by Steve Chenn
Example of a classic patio design in Houston
Project of the Month:  September 2017
Project of the Month: September 2017
TCP Custom Outdoor Living
This freestanding covered patio with an outdoor kitchen and fireplace is the perfect retreat! Just a few steps away from the home, this covered patio is about 500 square feet. The homeowner had an existing structure they wanted replaced. This new one has a custom built wood burning fireplace with an outdoor kitchen and is a great area for entertaining. The flooring is a travertine tile in a Versailles pattern over a concrete patio. The outdoor kitchen has an L-shaped counter with plenty of space for prepping and serving meals as well as space for dining. The fascia is stone and the countertops are granite. The wood-burning fireplace is constructed of the same stone and has a ledgestone hearth and cedar mantle. What a perfect place to cozy up and enjoy a cool evening outside. The structure has cedar columns and beams. The vaulted ceiling is stained tongue and groove and really gives the space a very open feel. Special details include the cedar braces under the bar top counter, carriage lights on the columns and directional lights along the sides of the ceiling. Click Photography
Photos
Photos
Wheat's Landscape
Patio fountain - traditional patio fountain idea in DC Metro
Outdoor Living Addition
Outdoor Living Addition
Lindross Remodeling
Johan Roetz
Huge trendy backyard stone patio photo in Tampa with a roof extension
Patio, porch, sod & plantings - a backyard transformation
Patio, porch, sod & plantings - a backyard transformation
Flores Artscape
West Los Angeles
Example of a trendy backyard concrete paver patio design in Los Angeles
Timber Framed Pavilion
Timber Framed Pavilion
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing, Inc.
Hugh Lofting Timber Framing built the heavy timber portion of this gorgeous poolside pavilion. The heavy timbers are Douglas Fir and the decking is White Pine both stained in the same wood stain. Photo Credit: Angle Eye Photography
Custom Spa & Deck, open
Custom Spa & Deck, open
Projects General Construction, Inc
Jim Bartsch Photography
Example of a trendy patio design in Santa Barbara with decking
Cannon Hill Residence
Cannon Hill Residence
TERRABELLA, inc.
Grant Keller
Example of a classic patio design in Seattle with no cover
French Farmhouse
French Farmhouse
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
Outdoor living room and fireplace.
Inspiration for a mediterranean patio remodel in Santa Barbara with a fire pit
Kitchens and Bathrooms
Kitchens and Bathrooms
Anthony Albert Studios
Example of a trendy stone patio design in New York with a roof extension
Outdoor shower
Outdoor shower
Kathryn Shaffer Architect
Photo credit: Shaffer
Example of a tuscan outdoor patio shower design in San Francisco
Harrisdale
Harrisdale
Tim Davies Landscaping | Perth
Grab Photography
Mid-sized trendy patio photo in Perth with no cover
Whisper Rock Residence
Whisper Rock Residence
Tate Studio Architects
Mark Boisclair Photography
Southwest patio photo in Phoenix
Saratoga Estate
Saratoga Estate
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
Patio kitchen - mediterranean patio kitchen idea in San Francisco
Newport Beach - Belcourt Remodel
Newport Beach - Belcourt Remodel
David A. Kaech & Associates, Inc.
Outdoor Living - Remodel Photo by Robert Hansen
Inspiration for a large contemporary backyard stone patio remodel in Orange County with a fire pit and a roof extension
Villa Toscana
Villa Toscana
Blue Sky Building Company
Mountain style concrete paver patio photo in Raleigh with a fire pit and no cover
Brick Archway
Brick Archway
Eldorado Stone
“This design originated with the client’s desire to duplicate the warmth of Tuscan Architecture,” says Stolz. “The vision that South Coast Architects set forth was to create the feel of an old Tuscan Village as a private residence at their golf community, ‘The Hideaway’ in La Quinta, California. However, we had to keep in mind that we were still designing for a desert lifestyle, which meant an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living and capturing the spectacular views of the golf course and neighboring mountains,” Stolz adds. “The owners had spent a lot of time in Europe and knew exactly what they wanted when it came to the overall look of the home, especially the stone,” says Muth. “The mason ended up creating a dozen mock-ups of various stone profiles and blends to help the family decide what really worked for them. Ultimately, they selected Eldorado Stone’s Orchard Cypress Ridge profile that offers a beautiful blend of stone sizes and colors.” “The generous use of Eldorado Stone with brick detailing over the majority of the exterior of the home added the authenticity and timelessness that we were striving for in the design,” says Stolz. “Our clients want the very best, but if we can duplicate something and save money, what client would say no? That’s why we use Eldorado Stone whenever we can. It gives us the opportunity to save money and gives clients exactly the look they desire so we can use more of their budget in other areas.” Stolz explained that Eldorado Stone was also brought into the interior to continue that feel of authenticity and historical accuracy. Stone is used floor to ceiling in the kitchen for a pizza oven, as well as on the fireplace in the Great Room and on an entire wall in the master bedroom. “Using a material like Eldorado Stone allows for the seamless continuation of space” says Stolz. “Stone is what made the house so authentic-looking” says Muth. “It’s such an integral part of the house that it either was going to be a make or break scenario if we made the wrong choice. Luckily, Eldorado Stone really made it!” Eldorado Stone Profile Featured: Orchard Cypress Ridge with a khaki grout color (overgrout technique) Eldorado Brick Profile Featured: Cassis ModenaBrick with a khaki grout color (overgrout technique) Architect: South Coast Architects Website: www.southcoastarchitects.com Builder: Andrew Pierce Corporation, Palm Desert, CA Website: www. andrewpiercecorp.com Mason: RAS Masonry, Inc. Bob Serna, Corona, CA Phone: 760-774-0090 Photography: Eric Figge Photography, Inc.
Italian Villa
Italian Villa
TEA2 Architects
General Contractor: James Steele Construction Photos: David O. Marlow
Example of a tuscan patio design in Minneapolis with a fire pit

Brown Patio Ideas

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