Outdoor Living Spaces

outdoor-spaces

Outdoor Living Spaces

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Outdoor Living Spaces

Who ever said a room needs four walls and a ceiling?

Who ever said a room needs four walls and a ceiling?

Extend Your Home into the Outdoors

Some of our favorite projects have involved connecting the landscape directly with the interior of the home. Picture an open-air living room in your backyard: comfy sofas and a TV, a dining area, maybe a cooking space too. A fireplace, a pergola. A covered patio. Wide glass doors that lead into the house can be thrown open in warm weather, allowing you to wander in and out at ease; during other seasons they’re closed to conserve heat or cool air, while still showing off that glorious view of the garden. Seamless design and fluidity is key for those of us that love the outdoors.

Bring Your Interior Design Outside

Our clients call these spaces their favorite room in the home. You really get the best of both worlds – a fabulous new space to live in, to fill with your favorite things, and all surrounded with lush plants and breathing the fresh air. By incorporating design features and structural components of your home’s interior to create symmetry, the design will pull you into the outdoors. We want this to be your happy place.

An Extensive Range of Materials

As a whole new room for your home, outdoor living spaces have just as much versatility when it comes to materials. Natural stone, Corten steel, wooden panels and concrete are some of the go-tos, but the sky’s the limit here. If the fancy takes you, dress up your little sanctuary with some outdoor decor – cushions, a rug, some colorful textiles. Whether you prefer to keep it simple or add accessories to match your indoor areas, we’ll set it up for you to make it your own.

More Than Just a Hardscape

Building an outdoor living space can be a complicated affair, but we’ll make it easy for you. Depending on the design features selected for a project, the construction phase may involve making structural changes to the home, or utility upgrades. It’s part of our job to coordinate with general contractors, carpenters, steel fabricators, plumbers and electricians, to assemble and achieve the outdoor living space you’ll be using for years to come.

We can’t wait to give your home the outdoor space it deserves. If we get it right, you’ll never want to go back inside.

Extend Your Home into the Outdoors

Some of our favorite projects have involved connecting the landscape directly with the interior of the home. Picture an open-air living room in your backyard: comfy sofas and a TV, a dining area, maybe a cooking space too. A fireplace, a pergola. A covered patio. Wide glass doors that lead into the house can be thrown open in warm weather, allowing you to wander in and out at ease; during other seasons they’re closed to conserve heat or cool air, while still showing off that glorious view of the garden. Seamless design and fluidity is key for those of us that love the outdoors.

Bring Your Interior Design Outside

Our clients call these spaces their favorite room in the home. You really get the best of both worlds – a fabulous new space to live in, to fill with your favorite things, and all surrounded with lush plants and breathing the fresh air. By incorporating design features and structural components of your home’s interior to create symmetry, the design will pull you into the outdoors. We want this to be your happy place.

An Extensive Range of Materials

As a whole new room for your home, outdoor living spaces have just as much versatility when it comes to materials. Natural stone, Corten steel, wooden panels and concrete are some of the go-tos, but the sky’s the limit here. If the fancy takes you, dress up your little sanctuary with some outdoor decor – cushions, a rug, some colorful textiles. Whether you prefer to keep it simple or add accessories to match your indoor areas, we’ll set it up for you to make it your own.

More Than Just a Hardscape

Building an outdoor living space can be a complicated affair, but we’ll make it easy for you. Depending on the design features selected for a project, the construction phase may involve making structural changes to the home, or utility upgrades. It’s part of our job to coordinate with general contractors, carpenters, steel fabricators, plumbers and electricians, to assemble and achieve the outdoor living space you’ll be using for years to come.

We can’t wait to give your home the outdoor space it deserves. If we get it right, you’ll never want to go back inside.