1,08,224 Transitional Outdoor & Garden Design Ideas
The Zen Theory
Beautiful balcony designed by our team. Perfect place to sit and relax. The client wanted a private balcony sit out for morning discussions also a place that is not completely closed. We used engineered wood rafters along with carved sandstone panels to create a private space which also acted as a boundary. we combined it with a beautiful carved waterfall in the center.
Jessica Glynn Photography
Jessica Klewicki Glynn
The Garden Builders
Photography by John Bloom
Breeze Giannasio Interiors
Meghan Bob Photography
Rock Paper Hammer
Photo by Andrew Hyslop
Brooks and Falotico Associates, Inc.
Amy Spencer Interiors
Back porch off Family Room with views of pool. Concrete and wood table is 600 lbs.
Chicago Gas Lines
Installed all components of gas fire pit & ran gas line off of meter on exterior of home
Urban Oasis Design & Construction LLC
Our clients wanted to create a backyard that would grow with their young family as well as with their extended family and friends. Entertaining was a huge priority! This family-focused backyard was designed to equally accommodate play and outdoor living/entertaining. The outdoor living spaces needed to accommodate a large number of people – adults and kids. Urban Oasis designed a deck off the back door so that the kitchen could be 36” height, with a bar along the outside edge at 42” for overflow seating. The interior space is approximate 600 sf and accommodates both a large dining table and a comfortable couch and chair set. The fire pit patio includes a seat wall for overflow seating around the fire feature (which doubles as a retaining wall) with ample room for chairs. The artificial turf lawn is spacious enough to accommodate a trampoline and other childhood favorites. Down the road, this area could be used for bocce or other lawn games. The concept is to leave all spaces large enough to be programmed in different ways as the family’s needs change. A steep slope presents itself to the yard and is a focal point. Planting a variety of colors and textures mixed among a few key existing trees changed this eyesore into a beautifully planted amenity for the property. Jimmy White Photography