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Cabana's and Castia's
Cabana's and Castia's
Fautt Homes
Rock fire pit and tellis
Elegant backyard patio photo in San Francisco with a gazebo
870 Nelsons Walk
870 Nelsons Walk
Refined Builders & Construction, LLC
Outdoor Kitchen Lanai Dining Linear Gas Vent-Free Fireplace
Inspiration for a transitional patio remodel in Miami
Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs, Florida Luxury Kitchen and Outdoor Living Remodel
Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs, Florida Luxury Kitchen and Outdoor Living Remodel
Green Mountain Builders
A gorgeous remodel inside and out. Green Mountain Builders created a spectacular space for this lovely Bonita Bay home, with a free-flowing open concept plan. The transitional kitchen includes a masterful blend of colors, textures and finishes, plus two islands. One of the hottest trends in kitchen remodels and new construction is double islands. They create more prep space, additional room and better flow. The light-colored perimeter designer cabinets are contrasted with the darker mid-island cabinets. The kitchen also features sumptuous natural stone countertops upgraded finishes and fixtures. The family room is adorned with a fantastic and creative wood ceiling inset, and there are windows and siding glass doors throughout allowing this spacious area to be bathed in natural light. The outdoor living area was completely transformed, providing a wonderful space for family enjoyment and entertaining guests. With panoramic golf course views, Green Mountain has created an outdoor masterpiece. The uniquely-shaped sprawling pool is the focal point, with a terraced spa, including spillover while lush landscaping frames the outdoor space. The elegant living space with ample seating and dining also includes a beautifully appointed outdoor kitchen and magnificent stone flooring.
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Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
OMNIA Group Architects
Perched above the beautiful Delaware River in the historic village of New Hope, Bucks County, Pennsylvania sits this magnificent custom home designed by OMNIA Group Architects. According to Partner, Brian Mann,"This riverside property required a nuanced approach so that it could at once be both a part of this eclectic village streetscape and take advantage of the spectacular waterfront setting." Further complicating the study, the lot was narrow, it resides in the floodplain and the program required the Master Suite to be on the main level. To meet these demands, OMNIA dispensed with conventional historicist styles and created an open plan blended with traditional forms punctuated by vast rows of glass windows and doors to bring in the panoramic views of Lambertville, the bridge, the wooded opposite bank and the river. Mann adds, "Because I too live along the river, I have a special respect for its ever changing beauty - and I appreciate that riverfront structures have a responsibility to enhance the views from those on the water." Hence the riverside facade is as beautiful as the street facade. A sweeping front porch integrates the entry with the vibrant pedestrian streetscape. Low garden walls enclose a beautifully landscaped courtyard defining private space without turning its back on the street. Once inside, the natural setting explodes into view across the back of each of the main living spaces. For a home with so few walls, spaces feel surprisingly intimate and well defined. The foyer is elegant and features a free flowing curved stair that rises in a turret like enclosure dotted with windows that follow the ascending stairs like a sculpture. "Using changes in ceiling height, finish materials and lighting, we were able to define spaces without boxing spaces in" says Mann adding, "the dynamic horizontality of the river is echoed along the axis of the living space; the natural movement from kitchen to dining to living rooms following the current of the river." Service elements are concentrated along the front to create a visual and noise barrier from the street and buttress a calm hall that leads to the Master Suite. The master bedroom shares the views of the river, while the bath and closet program are set up for pure luxuriating. The second floor features a common loft area with a large balcony overlooking the water. Two children's suites flank the loft - each with their own exquisitely crafted baths and closets. Continuing the balance between street and river, an open air bell-tower sits above the entry porch to bring life and light to the street. Outdoor living was part of the program from the start. A covered porch with outdoor kitchen and dining and lounge area and a fireplace brings 3-season living to the river. And a lovely curved patio lounge surrounded by grand landscaping by LDG finishes the experience. OMNIA was able to bring their design talents to the finish materials too including cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, colors and furniture.
Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
OMNIA Group Architects
Perched above the beautiful Delaware River in the historic village of New Hope, Bucks County, Pennsylvania sits this magnificent custom home designed by OMNIA Group Architects. According to Partner, Brian Mann,"This riverside property required a nuanced approach so that it could at once be both a part of this eclectic village streetscape and take advantage of the spectacular waterfront setting." Further complicating the study, the lot was narrow, it resides in the floodplain and the program required the Master Suite to be on the main level. To meet these demands, OMNIA dispensed with conventional historicist styles and created an open plan blended with traditional forms punctuated by vast rows of glass windows and doors to bring in the panoramic views of Lambertville, the bridge, the wooded opposite bank and the river. Mann adds, "Because I too live along the river, I have a special respect for its ever changing beauty - and I appreciate that riverfront structures have a responsibility to enhance the views from those on the water." Hence the riverside facade is as beautiful as the street facade. A sweeping front porch integrates the entry with the vibrant pedestrian streetscape. Low garden walls enclose a beautifully landscaped courtyard defining private space without turning its back on the street. Once inside, the natural setting explodes into view across the back of each of the main living spaces. For a home with so few walls, spaces feel surprisingly intimate and well defined. The foyer is elegant and features a free flowing curved stair that rises in a turret like enclosure dotted with windows that follow the ascending stairs like a sculpture. "Using changes in ceiling height, finish materials and lighting, we were able to define spaces without boxing spaces in" says Mann adding, "the dynamic horizontality of the river is echoed along the axis of the living space; the natural movement from kitchen to dining to living rooms following the current of the river." Service elements are concentrated along the front to create a visual and noise barrier from the street and buttress a calm hall that leads to the Master Suite. The master bedroom shares the views of the river, while the bath and closet program are set up for pure luxuriating. The second floor features a common loft area with a large balcony overlooking the water. Two children's suites flank the loft - each with their own exquisitely crafted baths and closets. Continuing the balance between street and river, an open air bell-tower sits above the entry porch to bring life and light to the street. Outdoor living was part of the program from the start. A covered porch with outdoor kitchen and dining and lounge area and a fireplace brings 3-season living to the river. And a lovely curved patio lounge surrounded by grand landscaping by LDG finishes the experience. OMNIA was able to bring their design talents to the finish materials too including cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, colors and furniture.
Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
OMNIA Group Architects
Perched above the beautiful Delaware River in the historic village of New Hope, Bucks County, Pennsylvania sits this magnificent custom home designed by OMNIA Group Architects. According to Partner, Brian Mann,"This riverside property required a nuanced approach so that it could at once be both a part of this eclectic village streetscape and take advantage of the spectacular waterfront setting." Further complicating the study, the lot was narrow, it resides in the floodplain and the program required the Master Suite to be on the main level. To meet these demands, OMNIA dispensed with conventional historicist styles and created an open plan blended with traditional forms punctuated by vast rows of glass windows and doors to bring in the panoramic views of Lambertville, the bridge, the wooded opposite bank and the river. Mann adds, "Because I too live along the river, I have a special respect for its ever changing beauty - and I appreciate that riverfront structures have a responsibility to enhance the views from those on the water." Hence the riverside facade is as beautiful as the street facade. A sweeping front porch integrates the entry with the vibrant pedestrian streetscape. Low garden walls enclose a beautifully landscaped courtyard defining private space without turning its back on the street. Once inside, the natural setting explodes into view across the back of each of the main living spaces. For a home with so few walls, spaces feel surprisingly intimate and well defined. The foyer is elegant and features a free flowing curved stair that rises in a turret like enclosure dotted with windows that follow the ascending stairs like a sculpture. "Using changes in ceiling height, finish materials and lighting, we were able to define spaces without boxing spaces in" says Mann adding, "the dynamic horizontality of the river is echoed along the axis of the living space; the natural movement from kitchen to dining to living rooms following the current of the river." Service elements are concentrated along the front to create a visual and noise barrier from the street and buttress a calm hall that leads to the Master Suite. The master bedroom shares the views of the river, while the bath and closet program are set up for pure luxuriating. The second floor features a common loft area with a large balcony overlooking the water. Two children's suites flank the loft - each with their own exquisitely crafted baths and closets. Continuing the balance between street and river, an open air bell-tower sits above the entry porch to bring life and light to the street. Outdoor living was part of the program from the start. A covered porch with outdoor kitchen and dining and lounge area and a fireplace brings 3-season living to the river. And a lovely curved patio lounge surrounded by grand landscaping by LDG finishes the experience. OMNIA was able to bring their design talents to the finish materials too including cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, colors and furniture.
Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
Riverside Home in New Hope, Bucks County, PA
OMNIA Group Architects
Perched above the beautiful Delaware River in the historic village of New Hope, Bucks County, Pennsylvania sits this magnificent custom home designed by OMNIA Group Architects. According to Partner, Brian Mann,"This riverside property required a nuanced approach so that it could at once be both a part of this eclectic village streetscape and take advantage of the spectacular waterfront setting." Further complicating the study, the lot was narrow, it resides in the floodplain and the program required the Master Suite to be on the main level. To meet these demands, OMNIA dispensed with conventional historicist styles and created an open plan blended with traditional forms punctuated by vast rows of glass windows and doors to bring in the panoramic views of Lambertville, the bridge, the wooded opposite bank and the river. Mann adds, "Because I too live along the river, I have a special respect for its ever changing beauty - and I appreciate that riverfront structures have a responsibility to enhance the views from those on the water." Hence the riverside facade is as beautiful as the street facade. A sweeping front porch integrates the entry with the vibrant pedestrian streetscape. Low garden walls enclose a beautifully landscaped courtyard defining private space without turning its back on the street. Once inside, the natural setting explodes into view across the back of each of the main living spaces. For a home with so few walls, spaces feel surprisingly intimate and well defined. The foyer is elegant and features a free flowing curved stair that rises in a turret like enclosure dotted with windows that follow the ascending stairs like a sculpture. "Using changes in ceiling height, finish materials and lighting, we were able to define spaces without boxing spaces in" says Mann adding, "the dynamic horizontality of the river is echoed along the axis of the living space; the natural movement from kitchen to dining to living rooms following the current of the river." Service elements are concentrated along the front to create a visual and noise barrier from the street and buttress a calm hall that leads to the Master Suite. The master bedroom shares the views of the river, while the bath and closet program are set up for pure luxuriating. The second floor features a common loft area with a large balcony overlooking the water. Two children's suites flank the loft - each with their own exquisitely crafted baths and closets. Continuing the balance between street and river, an open air bell-tower sits above the entry porch to bring life and light to the street. Outdoor living was part of the program from the start. A covered porch with outdoor kitchen and dining and lounge area and a fireplace brings 3-season living to the river. And a lovely curved patio lounge surrounded by grand landscaping by LDG finishes the experience. OMNIA was able to bring their design talents to the finish materials too including cabinetry, lighting, fixtures, colors and furniture.
Alderwood Landscape
Alderwood Landscape
Alderwood Landscape Architecture and Construction
Example of a mid-sized classic backyard stone patio design in Seattle with a fire pit and a gazebo
Dover Home
Dover Home
a Blade of Grass
Bluestone patio with custom fireplace and sitting walls.
Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless backyard stone patio remodel in Boston with a fire pit
Brighton Home
Brighton Home
MR.MITCHELL
Photo Andrew Wuttke
Large trendy backyard tile patio photo in Melbourne with a roof extension
Terrace
Terrace
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
Inspiration for a timeless stone patio remodel in Minneapolis
Mechanicsville Hillside Makeover
Mechanicsville Hillside Makeover
Outdoor Dreams
Example of a mid-sized transitional backyard concrete paver patio design in Richmond with a fire pit and no cover
Poetic and Functional Remodel and Addition
Poetic and Functional Remodel and Addition
User
Example of a classic backyard patio design in Hawaii with a pergola
Portfolio
Portfolio
Edmunds Studios Photography, Inc.
Design: modernedgedesign.com Photo: Edmunds Studios Photography
Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary backyard concrete patio remodel in Milwaukee with a fire pit and a pergola
Atherton Estate Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Atherton Estate Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Markay Johnson Construction
Builder: Markay Johnson Construction visit: www.mjconstruction.com Project Details: This uniquely American Shingle styled home boasts a free flowing open staircase with a two-story light filled entry. The functional style and design of this welcoming floor plan invites open porches and creates a natural unique blend to its surroundings. Bleached stained walnut wood flooring runs though out the home giving the home a warm comfort, while pops of subtle colors bring life to each rooms design. Completing the masterpiece, this Markay Johnson Construction original reflects the forethought of distinguished detail, custom cabinetry and millwork, all adding charm to this American Shingle classic. Architect: John Stewart Architects Photographer: Bernard Andre Photography
Urbans Point
Urbans Point
Liv4 Architecture
Scott Amundson
Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless backyard concrete paver patio remodel in Minneapolis with a fire pit and no cover
Golfview - South Tampa - Custom Home
Golfview - South Tampa - Custom Home
Sample Properties Inc
A backyard oasis with covered outdoor living space, and plenty of character with the stacked stone chimney, varying roof pitches and tropical landscaping.
Mariposa
Mariposa
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
Jim Bartsch
Patio - mid-sized contemporary backyard stone patio idea in Santa Barbara with no cover
Little Horn Residence
Little Horn Residence
AquaTerra Outdoors
This gourmet kitchen includes wood burning pizza oven, grill, side burner, egg smoker, sink, refrigerator, trash chute, serving station and more! Photography: Daniel Driensky
Forever Home
Forever Home
Hursthouse Landscape Architects and Contractors
Several lighting techniques combine to illuminate the garden after hours. Laminated pergola beams span 24’ over the water garden, while a mortared step and grade beam marks the existing elevations preserved to protect existing trees.
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