5,87,182 Patio Design Ideas
M Valdes Architects PLLC
Photo Credit: George Heinrich
Details a Design Firm
Indoor/outdoor living can be enjoyed year round in the coastal community of Corona del Mar, California. This spacious atrium is the perfect gathering place for family and friends. Planters are the backdrop for custom built in seating. Rattan furniture placed near the built-in firepit adds more space for relaxation. Bush hammered limestone makes up the patio flooring.
Outdoor fireplace installed by CKC Landscaping
Abington Interiors - Sharon Gatt Design
My thoughts as an interior designer when designing this new build home with an outdoor patio was to provide the homeowner with an outdoor living and entertaining space... not only as an extension of the house, but also an extension of the seasons. the client could enjoy the woodland view at anytime of the year with the added warmth of the outdoor fireplace and screened-in security against any insects. The porcelain tile floors are weatherproof rated against frost. The fireplace was positioned away from the house so when seated on the casual furnishings from Restoration Hardware facing the fireplace, you can also enjoy the views.
Manias Associates Building Designers
Internal North facing courtyard for Williamstown project. View of stairs and preliminary garden design to internal courtyards. Windows and doors are aluminum and floors are off white travertine marble. A similar treatment to the first floor provides for the stack effect and cross ventilation.
Wendy O'Brien Interior Planning & Design
Giant vaulted outdoor living area. The centerpiece is a custom designed and hand plastered monolithic fireplace surrounded by comfy furnishings, BBQ area and large La Cantina folding doors and direct pass-through from kitchen to BBQ area. For more photos of this project visit our website: https://wendyobrienid.com.
Linn Gresham Haute Decor
Photography by Richard Leo Johnson Architecture by John L. Deering with Greenline Architecture
Landscape design by John Algozzini and Kevin Manning.
Jours & Nuits
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Arrow. Land + Structures
French Inspired Pool and Landscape by Marco Romani, RLA - Landscape Architect. Design and Construction of Entire Property by: Arrow
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
2011 NARI CAPITAL COTY GRAND AWARD WINNER A single family home in Oakton, VA built in late 80’ was occupied by family of four for 10 years. The owner wishes to expand the living space, finish the basement, add a sunroom/breakfast area addition, eliminate the deck and put in a screen porch. Also convert the laundry room to office/mudroom area. It took months of planning to get into the final design. We have implemented a plan that had a two story back addition (both basement level and first level). This required removing the cinder block wall of basement to add the seamless addition, and removing the entire first level back wall of kitchen to open up kitchen into sunroom. The major challenge was to re-route all duct work going to second level, add ducts for basement and first level to existing system. Then add a second HVAC system in attic for entire second level. Then change all load structure for tow story addition to side wall and new walls to have entire width opened up. The basement has gained a new bar area, a total new bathroom with shower and large vanities and all amenities, media area with gas fireplace and mantel surrounded with matching cherry bookcases and granite tops, recess lights, surround sound system, wood floor and steps, new sewer ejection system due to their difficult septic tank. The new French doors lead into back bricked patio The first floor gained this new 16’x20’ cathedral ceiling sunroom/breakfast addition surrounded with large arched windows and French slider leading into new screen porch. The kitchen lay-out gained three more feet in width. Also by removing partition wall between kitchen and existing family room. The first floor now has total open floor plan. The fireplace in existing family room was converted to gas and got marble surround and new mantel. All bulkhead and part of partition walls contained massive plumbing and electrical that needed to be relocated in order to implement the new kitchen layout. This design has much more appliances and a beautiful large furniture style island that is the focal point of this kitchen done in espresso color cherry cabinetry and contrasting light color exotic stove top lighted by two crystal chandeliers. The wrap around of cherry cabinetry in the kitchen with expended cabinetry into butler area and bookcases and bench in sunroom has given this couple lots to fill in. The entire first floor and leading stairs to second floor and part of the second floor was all covered with new 5” wide exotic Santos Mahogany wood floors and new railings. The powder room has been reconfigured to allow larger hallway and with new furniture style vanity this powder room even small than before but has better layout and space. The old Laundry room and has been converted to a 10’x15’ area of multipurpose space. On the left wall there are locker style cabinetry and bench. One the left wall built in and desk area with tones of storage space. The washer and dryer are install into a closet, away from site. A set of French doors were installed into the new back deck and screen porch. The large porcelain floors made the space look even larger and more utilitarian. Use of cherry cabinetry on deck and bookcase with recess lighting scaled up look of the space. The new kitchen, family room and sun room with the rich cherry cabinetry and darker granite top, tumbled marble backsplash and wide board mahogany floors, upper scale stainless steel appliances and furniture style distressed look darker wood Island and light granite have made this project a breathtaking one. The added side screen porch done with Trex decking and cathedral ceiling covered in beaded panel and corner gas fireplace all around covered with Ledgestone has given this family a place to retire in for all those autumn afternoons and much more. The major overhaul of this home from replacement of all existing doors and windows, flooring, crown molding and trim, stairs, entire first floor reface, new siding , new roofing, new electrical, new HVAC, entire new basement, bathroom, mud room, screen porch and lots more makes these owner proud to stay in this home for years to come.
Designed by - Office of Contemporary Architecture Photographed by - Ravi Chouhan, Sapna Jain
Design and build by Jpm Landscape
When the client reached out to assemble the team to execute their dream backyard, they chose Williamson Landscape Architecture, Coburn Construction, and Terrain Seattle to bring their vision to life. The work included a custom pool, hot tub, bocce ball court, and multiple seating areas with detailed flatwork.