Head-Turning Outdoor Spaces

Article was published online at Traditional Home.

Whether gathered around a fireplace or nestled amongst a lush garden, these outdoor spaces all provide dreamy escapes.


Why we love it: Gray Azek decking, gray cushions, and a charcoal striped rug lay a neutral foundation on this showhouse deck allowing yellow and green accents to take center stage. The yellow and green hues are cheerful and welcoming. A cozy throw and the option for shade make this an ideal outdoor escape.


Why we love it: The brick paver patio is beautifully juxtaposed with adobe walls and wooden pillars, creating a Southwest aesthetic. White wicker rocking chairs with unique iron rails, offer up stylish relaxation  so comfortable you may just get some shut-eye.


Why we love it: We never say no to rosé or sitting around the fire, and in the midst of a luscious garden, this intimate getaway provides the opportunity to lean back and enjoy the company around you. A hammock off to the side allows for personal relaxation; a trio of chairs encourage socializing.


Why we love it: Pair a pool terrace with an oversized fireplace and comfortable seating, and we’ll never want to leave. When the sun has gone down, family and friends can warm up by the fire in cozy outdoor sofas. Throws and pillows layer in shades of navy add an aquatic touch.


Why we love it: This moody loggia features snazzy patterns that encourage guests to sit and stay a while. White hydrangeas contrast against wood architectural details while the dark navy lends itself to an all-season color, making this space a year-round enjoyment.


Why we love it: This little nook focuses on simplicity and places attention all on the view. Wooden garden benches mirror on either side of the coffee table, creating an intimate conversation space. Vegetation gives privacy, but doesn’t overwhelm. Just take a peek over the hedge to enjoy the breathtaking view.

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