Outdoor Tv Designs & Ideas
Markalunas Architecture Group
Lake Front Country Estate Outdoor Living, designed by Tom Markalunas, built by Resort Custom Homes. Photography by Rachael Boling.
Joy R. Dabill Interior Design
Kane Landscapes Inc
The pool house was designed to provide a respite from the hot sun during the day as well as a wonderful place to enjoy a drink and a cozy fire in the evening.
This beautiful brand new construction by Spinnaker Development in Irvine Terrace exudes the California lifestyle. With approximately 4,525 square feet of living space on over 13,300 square foot lot, this magnificent single story 5 bedroom, 4.5 bath home is complete with custom finish carpentry, a state of the art Control Four home automation system and ample amenities. The grand, gourmet kitchen opens to the great room, while a formal dining and living room with adjacent sun room open to the spectacular backyard. Ideal for entertaining, bi-fold doors allow indoor and outdoor spaces to flow. The outdoor pavilion with chef’s kitchen and bar, stone fireplace and flat screen tv creates the perfect lounge while relaxing by the sparkling pool and spa. Mature landscaping in the park like setting brings a sense of absolute privacy. The secluded master suite with custom built-in cabinetry, a walk in closet and elegant master bath is a perfect retreat. Complete with a butler’s pantry, walk in wine cellar, top of the line appliances and a 3 car garage this turnkey custom home is offered completely furnished.
Photo by Tre Dunham
Shea Homes - Arizona
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
Heartlands Building Company
This beautiful Town and Country outdoor room consists of a covered patio connecting the home to the pool area. The tall arched ceiling is stained cedar with recessed lighting, speakers and ceiling fans. The fireplace is gas and is faced with cultured stone. Retractable solar wall screens block the heat and glare of the sun as well as some wind on the west side. Photo by Gordon Kummer
Here's one of our most recent projects that was completed in 2011. This client had just finished a major remodel of their house in 2008 and were about to enjoy Christmas in their new home. At the time, Seattle was buried under several inches of snow (a rarity for us) and the entire region was paralyzed for a few days waiting for the thaw. Our client decided to take advantage of this opportunity and was in his driveway sledding when a neighbor rushed down the drive yelling that his house was on fire. Unfortunately, the house was already engulfed in flames. Equally unfortunate was the snowstorm and the delay it caused the fire department getting to the site. By the time they arrived, the house and contents were a total loss of more than $2.2 million. Our role in the reconstruction of this home was two-fold. The first year of our involvement was spent working with a team of forensic contractors gutting the house, cleansing it of all particulate matter, and then helping our client negotiate his insurance settlement. Once we got over these hurdles, the design work and reconstruction started. Maintaining the existing shell, we reworked the interior room arrangement to create classic great room house with a contemporary twist. Both levels of the home were opened up to take advantage of the waterfront views and flood the interiors with natural light. On the lower level, rearrangement of the walls resulted in a tripling of the size of the family room while creating an additional sitting/game room. The upper level was arranged with living spaces bookended by the Master Bedroom at one end the kitchen at the other. The open Great Room and wrap around deck create a relaxed and sophisticated living and entertainment space that is accentuated by a high level of trim and tile detail on the interior and by custom metal railings and light fixtures on the exterior.
This Outdoor Kitchen features Desert Taupe Gold Limestone in a Versailles Pattern for the flooring and the fireplace cladding used is 8x12 Tumbled Storm Travertine. Both of these materials are natural stone and are excellent choices for exterior or interior spaces.