If kitchen is the heart of your house, then fire pit probably is the heart of your outdoor space. Adding the element of fire to your backyard not only adds warmth, but also create a social environment for your family and friends. When choose a fire pit, there are many factors need to be considered, such as what fuel to use, where to place, what kind of material/style you want, and what is your budget. In our inspiration gallery below, there are many designs are custom and expensive, such as the one integrated with swimming pool. But building an outdoor fire pit doesn’t have to be. With a little creativity, you can easily build a creating a fire pit can add an inviting look to your backyard with a little money. However, no matter what kind of fire pit you want, remember safety is always most important things to consider.
The Dome Home by Timothy Oulton is a unique space created to interact in inspirational and comfortable surroundings. Entering the village through a cast concrete Moon Gate echoing traditional Chinese architecture, visitors are irresistibly drawn into the beauty and tranquility of the lychee garden through a lattice bamboo tunnel planted with fruit vines.
Inspired by the early architecture of Floreat, the Medallion is a mesmerizing narrow lot masterpiece. Its striking lap pool and use of long, linear water bodies within the garden creates a sense of the home floating within the landscape. Spreads over 400 square meters, this eye-catching home rises two stories in the air and opens up tho the surroundings via large windows. Having a really spacious floor plan for inside/outside living area, a musical room, a kitchen and dining area, a regal floating staircase to send floor living area + wet bar, an office and a gorgeous masteroom and bathroom. How would you like this place, looks like a marvelous home for a couple.
Located in California, this clean, contemporary, and open house is remodel by Klopf Architecture. Working closely with the owner, talented executive mother of three, designer successfully reconfigure the open plan family room and create this charming family abode. The owners decorated and furnished the home themselves, with many vintage mid-century modern furniture pieces and original art. The result is quite fancinating. And the inner terrace is the most appealing part for us. What do you think?