If you’re living in Dallas, Texas, consider taking a look outside. The gorgeous weather-controlled presence of the “Barefoot Garden” at 1328 Georges has convince you to bring a rooftop patio cover to your home, while conserving the adjacent gardens ensured during the harsh Texas summer heat.Designed by Carl Sandink Architects, a unique landscape defines the home’s most interesting spaces, with the patio covering the elevated private space, partially protected by a cantilevered roofline, extending the room to the outdoors. While not rustic per se, the use of slatted wood reinforces the greenery, creating a sense of welcome air for the occupants.
DOUBLE HOUSEPACE BENEFITS:
You can enjoy the privacy of the dual entrance patio with its low profile and easily accessible deck. Not only does this patio have the advantage of a roof line, but the sloping roof visually folds all the way to the wall, offering an unusual landscape to the room and bringing in additional shade should rain or snow. At the same time, the dual garden beds created with the planter tucked beneath create a comfortable atmosphere for those staying in the outdoor lounge area.
The fact that two separate dining areas occupy a central space is one of the main reasons for that particular elevation. The landscape and innovative patio area designed by Carlstrom Architects incorporates Cedarwoods and other native Texas plants, an ideal exemplification of that direct backyard synergy idea. The vantage point from which people can admire the landscaping and admire the outlook entering the patio is truly spectacular.
Designed for a single person, the classic yet contemporary styling was a must-have at the Lakeview House designed by MCK Architecture. Carefully selected accents of these classic Texas style home furnishings add to the serenity added by the multiple levels. The continuous black plaster walls almost create a feeling of privacy, especially when clean lines and gorgeously simple latticed paneling keep down to a rustic appearance.
The well-edited landscaping and garden design complete the good-luck aspect of this Texas style home!