Amazing Outdoor Designs Picked by HGTV Editors

Our HGTV Editors have spoken and chosen their favorite outdoor designs from the 2018 Ultimate Outdoor Awards. Check out these truly inspirational designs below.

The nation’s top landscape designers and architects were featured in the 3rd annual HGTV Ultimate Outdoor Awards. The HGTV editors’ selected their favorites from each of the six categories and, let’s just say, they’ll knock your socks off. Find out more about the award-winning designs that our editors’ just can’t get enough of.

Editors' Pick and Overall Winner: Stunning Structures

Bistro Lights, Fireplace Illuminate Outdoor Dining Space

Bistro Lights, Fireplace Illuminate Outdoor Dining Space

At night, bistro lights and a working fireplace cast an enchanting glow across this chic dining space. With a table set for six, the owners and their guests can enjoy dinner al fresco and then head to the fire pit for drinks.

From: BOXHILL

Photo by: Matt Vacca

Matt Vacca

This dreamy outdoor space is the perfect spot for relaxing poolside during the day and entertaining under the inviting covered lounge at night. The design firm BOXHILL made sure to encompass the surrounding Tucson views into the landscape and the result is a simply extraordinary outdoor space. The landscape lighting gives the space a glowing radiance, which brings a new look to the backyard entertaining spot at nightfall.

Modern Backyard Turned Private Paradise

Modern Backyard Turned Private Paradise

Tucked into the hillside and encircled by trees, this outdoor space by designer Elizabeth Przygoda-Montgomery seems like something out of a dream. Here, visitors can take a lap in the infinity-edge pool, stretch out on either of the lounges, or cozy up by the fire pit and enjoy views of the desert at sunset.

From: BOXHILL

Photo by: Matt Vacca

Matt Vacca

BOXHILL incorporated native plants along with ample seating that making the space enchanting while also functional. It’s easy to see why this space takes the crown as the editors’ pick winner for the Stunning Structures category and the 2018 Overall Winner of the Ultimate Outdoor Awards.

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Backyard Turned Private Paradise

Tucked into the hillside and encircled by trees, this outdoor space by designer Elizabeth Przygoda-Montgomery seems like something out of a dream. Here, the residents can take a lap in the infinity-edge pool, stretch out and nap by the lounge, or gather around the fire pit and enjoy views of the desert at sunset.

From: BOXHILL

Chic Seating + Succulent Garden

By the pool, a modern chair and southwestern throw encourage hours of easy reading, while a teal table keeps refreshments in reach. Large cacti and succulents layer the landscape, adding local greenery and interest to this enchanting outdoor space.

From: BOXHILL

Covered Lounge Doubles as Dining Area

With a corrugated metal roof and large cutouts, this covered lounge offers shelter from the afternoon sun and encourages cool breezes to filter in. Throw pillows and an area rug in neutral hues help showcase the subtle texture of the structure itself: the brushed concrete, the beams radiating from the fireplace and the unique pattern of the tile flooring.

From: BOXHILL

Bistro Lights Illuminate Dining Space

At night, bistro lights and a working fireplace cast an enchanting glow across this chic dining space. With a table set for six, the owners and their guests can enjoy dinner al fresco and then head to the fire pit for drinks.

From: BOXHILL

Thoughtful Landscape Lighting

Walking across the backyard at dusk is a visual treat thanks to twinkling trees and thoughtful landscape lighting. Follow the stone pavers around the pool and arrive at the fire pit, safe and sound.

From: BOXHILL

Fire Pit With a View

Clean lines and low-level garden walls provide sweeping views of the desert and city skyline below. In turn, this modern fire pit area works in harmony with the local landscape, accentuating its natural beauty.

From: BOXHILL

Editors' Pick: Gorgeous Gardens

Charming Courtyard in Charleston, S.C.

Charming Courtyard in Charleston, S.C.

Anyone who's strolled down the streets of historic Charleston, S.C., knows that behind every gate or wall lies a picture-perfect garden. These matte black doors are no exception, marking the entrance to a charming courtyard on lower King Street.

Photo by: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Nestled in charming Charleston, SC, this courtyard, designed by Carolina Landscape, is one gorgeous garden. The cozy patio is the perfect spot for relaxing with a cup of coffee or entertaining on a summer evening. The lush landscaping creates a serene escape, making us wish we had our very own secret garden hideaway.

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Charming Courtyard in Charleston, S.C.

Anyone who's strolled down the streets of historic Charleston, S.C., knows that behind every gate or wall lies a picture-perfect garden. These matte black doors are no exception, marking the entrance to a charming courtyard on lower King Street.

Raised Patio Allows for Entertaining

Straight ahead, a raised bluestone patio with plenty of chairs gives the owners room to entertain or lounge. Windmill palms flank the patio on either side, while two very mature Crape Myrtles provide a touch of symmetry.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Antique Gates Allude to City's History

To further evoke Charleston's rich history and charm, the Carolina Landscape team hung iron gates along the garden wall. Greenery enhance's the vignette's beauty.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Close Up of Jasmine-Covered Trellis

A trellis covered in jasmine creates a beautiful juxtaposition to the gate's raw iron. Better still, the plant infuses this outdoor space with natural fragrance.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Outdoor Dining Set With Blue Accents

This pretty patio also includes a dining table, with cushioned chairs for comfortable seating. At night, the owners and their friends can enjoy dinner beneath the stars while exchanging casual conversation.

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Bluestones Make Beautiful Outdoor Mosaic

Just through the gate, guests will find a beautiful mosaic of large, irregularly-shaped bluestone right at their feet. With a variety of sedums, thyme and dwarf Mondo tucked into the cracks, this garden draws ample visual interest.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Brick Stairs, Wall Tie Backyard Together

To the left of the patio, brick stairs lead guests to the home's main entrance and complement a nearby garden wall. In turn, this outdoor space looks as cohesive as possible.

Courtyard Boasts Natural Texture

Taking a step back shows just how spacious this courtyard really is. From here, one can also appreciate the space's plethora of textures, from those sun-loving evergreen shrubs to perennials and grasses.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Courtyard Makes Room for Parking

When the courtyard isn't being used as an entertaining space, the owners and their guests can park their cars right on the bluestone. The gate closes, too, for additional privacy.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Flowering Plants Decorate Front Porch

A closer look at the front porch reveals a wealth of plants and pretty perennials. These not only balance the home's steady architecture, but also add a pop of color.

Sedums, Thyme and Dwarf Mondo

With so many different kinds of sedums, thyme and dwarf Mondo tucked into the bluestone, this garden feels natural and a little wild.

Bluestone Protects Plants & Flowers

The bluestone isn't just beautiful; it's also fully functional, allowing visitors to cross the yard without damaging any of the plants or flowers.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Purple Flowers the Yard

Thanks to its variety of plants and flowers, this courtyard will constantly keep you guessing as it changes through the seasons.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Sundial Doubles as Garden Sculpture

Look carefully and see how decorative ironwork layers the yard, creating a cool visual contrast to all the plants and fresh flowers. With sundials and more, this outdoor space has no shortage of interesting artwork.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Ornamental Grasses Line Edge of Courtyard

The garden feel is natural and slightly wild, with a mix of textures from those sun-loving evergreen shrubs to perennials and gorgeous grasses.

Photo By: Chris & Cami Photography, LLC

Editors' Pick: Outdoor Oasis

Dining Set Complete With Outdoor Kitchen

Dining Set Complete With Outdoor Kitchen

Stephanotis floribunda climbs the pergola and so keeps the dining area below cool and shaded. To the right, an outdoor kitchen with a grill and bar ensures that the owners and their guests are never without refreshments. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Photo by: John Ellis Photography

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Talk about an outdoor oasis – this property is lush and lovely with Moroccan details. We think its the perfect spot to relax and unwind. Los Angeles-based Lisa Gimmy Landscape Architecture made sure no detail was overlooked; the Moroccan-inspired design seen at the home’s entry is repeated in the pool fountain, seamlessly connecting the two areas.

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Spanish Bungalow in Los Angeles

A low garden wall separates this Spanish bungalow from the street, making the home feel secluded, even in Los Angeles. Poured-in-place concrete steps and a custom laser-cut metal gate mark the entrance to the courtyard. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Photo By: John Ellis Photography

View of Fountain from the Street

Layers of silver and rich dark greens frame the courtyard's fountain. Four low-branched olive trees define the space, while the water feature adds some soothing ambient sound. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Photo By: John Ellis Photography

Moroccan-Inspired Water Fountain

A custom Moroccan-inspired fountain not only serves as a focal point for the courtyard, but also invites guests to stop and really take in their surroundings. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Beautiful Bluestone-Paved Courtyard

After passing through the gate, guests will enter the courtyard, which has been paved with full-color Pennsylvania Bluestone. Salvaged steel wash basins flank the front door, with Kalanchoe beharensis and Sedum morganianum plants adding a splash of color. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Photo By: John Ellis Photography

Backyard Becomes Escape From City

That gorgeous bluestone continues into the backyard, where an intimate dining area and swimming pool give the owners room to unwind. With lush greenery all around, this outdoor space is easily a sweet escape from the city. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Photo By: John Ellis Photography

Swimming Pool and Lounge Area

After soaking up some sun on the deck, the owners and their kids can cool off in the pool. A blue tiled accent wall with three water fountains makes the space feel even more refreshing. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Photo By: John Ellis Photography

Moroccan-Inspired Design Ties Home Together

The Moroccan-inspired motif of the entry fountain is repeated in the pool tile, making the two spaces feel connected. The deep greens, rich browns and cool blues of the tile echo the colors of the landscape and tie the front garden and rear garden together as well. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Photo By: John Ellis Photography

Pool, Tiled Accent Wall Framed by Pergola

Retractable fabric adds another level of shade to the dining space. Because it sits just across from the pool, this refreshing area also comes with views of the water fountain and tiled accent wall. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Dining Set Complete With Outdoor Kitchen

Stephanotis floribunda climbs the pergola and so keeps the dining area below cool and shaded. To the right, an outdoor kitchen with a grill and bar ensures that the owners and their guests are never without refreshments. Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado

Editors' Pick: Curb Appeal

Gorgeous Greenery in Front Yard

Gorgeous Greenery in Front Yard

A long walkway allows for clear views right to the front door. With trees and lush greenery across the front yard, this vacation home truly complements its stunning surroundings.

Photo by: Grey Giraffe Photography

Grey Giraffe Photography

This modern mountain home, designed by Salt Lake City's Landform Design Group, perfectly represents the curb appeal category. It is a beautiful balance between modern design and raw, natural materials. The lush greenery surrounding the home is a perfect complement to its location. Not only does this home have outstanding curb appeal, it is also equipped with a plethora of outdoor amenities that will make you want to never leave the front or backyard.

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Modern Home in the Mountains

A polished concrete driveway sets the tone for this mountain home, striking a beautiful balance between modern design and raw natural materials. As guests follow the limestone walkway to the front of the house, they'll spy fresh greenery, stone retaining walls and a chic wood exterior.

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Gorgeous Greenery in Front Yard

A long walkway allows for clear views right to the front door. With trees and lush greenery across the front yard, this vacation home truly complements its stunning surroundings.

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Custom Cut Address Numbers

A home this impressive needed address numbers to match! So the Landform Design Group had a piece of metal cut in a cool, contemporary style and displayed the numbers along the retaining wall for visitors.

Soaring and Symmetrical Entry

Even at a distance, the front of this vacation home is entirely captivating. Where a soaring ceiling makes the entrance seem larger than life, stone columns and planters on either side of the door establish beautiful symmetry and balance.

Photo By: Grey Giraffe Photography

Backyard Complete With High-Tech Equipment

Beneath the wood and steel overhang, guests will also find electric heaters, recessed lights, high-tech audio equipment and a screen that rolls down to offer shade from the sun. Two thickened stone walls frame views to the golf course and ski resort.

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Stone Retaining Walls Define Backyard

Thick stone retaining walls define the backyard, as well as complement the home's contemporary architecture. A sitting area tucked against the far side of the space allows the owners and their friends to catch up while their kiddos play on the grass.

Photo By: Grey Giraffe Photography

Patio Includes Mountain Views

Smooth stone extends across the patio, capturing the same hues as the mountains in the distance. Once the sun goes down, the owners can light their fire pit and settle in for the evening.

Modern Fire Pit

Cushioned armchairs ensure that this newly added outdoor space feels especially cozy. Meanwhile, Mexican pebble at the base of the fire pit is both beautiful and functional, as it serves as a draining system for runoff water.

Photo By: Grey Giraffe Photography

Limestone Path Leads to Front Courtyard

That newly installed limestone walkway leads to a courtyard and sitting area. With two armchairs and a modern fire feature, the owners will love being outside, even in the winter.

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Sleek Outdoor Sitting Area

Out back, sliding glass doors open onto a covered sitting area. Here, a modern sofa and twin armchairs from LFDG FURNISH provide comfortable seating, as well as complement the home's sleek architecture.

Photo By: Grey Giraffe Photography

Chic, Glass-Topped Coffee Table

Much like a little black dress, you simply can't go wrong with a modern coffee table. This piece is a staple in the courtyard, as it provides room for books or for glasses of wine.

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Courtyard Outfitted With Warm Accents

Though sleek and minimal in style, this fire feature easily warms the whole courtyard. Orange pillows offer additional comfort and complement the color of the flames.

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Overhang Features Sun Shades

When the sun becomes too much to bear, the owners can simply flick a switch and shades will lower from the ceiling. In turn, this outdoor space stays cool and comfortable.

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Teal Accents in Elegant Sitting Area

Thanks to a low stone wall, this sitting area includes panoramic views of the mountains. Teal accents decorate the neutral furniture for a fun pop of color.

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Deluxe Outdoor Kitchen

A polished concrete platform both smooths out the grass and gives the owners room for an outdoor kitchen. Where the first island features a stainless grill and mini fridge, the second includes seats for visitors.

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Swimming Pool Surrounded By Turf

What vacation home would truly be complete without its own pool? To ensure that their clients could make a splash out back, the Landform Design Group installed a sleek swimming pool right into the ground, with turf on all sides for soft entries and exits.

Photo By: Grey Giraffe Photography

Evergreen Trees and Mountains

Evergreen trees and a lush lawn make this outdoor space even more alluring. The mountain views are the cherry on top of this beautiful design.

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Recessed Lighting Meets Industrial Railing

During the day, this large overhang provides a touch of shade, but at night, it boasts beautiful recessed lighting. An industrial-style railing below keeps the balcony safe and secure.

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Private Balcony Overlooking Backyard

When the owners want a little peace and quiet, they can retreat upstairs to this private balcony. Here, two lounge chairs wait at the ready for reading, napping or simply watching the sun set over the mountains.

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Lower Lawn Accommodates Any Event

Smooth stone steps lead to the lower lawn, which can be used for ball games or large gatherings. Along the way, guests will notice three terra cotta planters that speak to those by the home's main entrance.

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Water Feature Shines at Night

Cocktail hour just got a major upgrade. With light strips right in the water, this kitchen island also shines at night -- and will surely draw guests in like moths to a flame.

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Kitchen Island With Innovative Design

Okay, how cool is this? A water feature runs right through the kitchen island! Guests eating at the counter will love the innovative design, while those in the sitting area will enjoy its calming sounds.

Photo By: Grey Giraffe Photography

Editors' Pick: Picturesque Landscapes

Romantic View of Sprawling Estate

Romantic View of Sprawling Estate

With a view like this, the homeowners might just think they went to bed in San Diego and woke up in Tuscany. Trimmed hedges and flowers surround the stone patio and add a romantic touch to the setting.

Photo by: Martin Mann

Martin Mann

This lush outdoor courtyard, designed by Torrey Pines Landscape Company, feels like a Italian villa nestled in the California hillside. From the fountain to the flowers this delightful outdoor space is as idyllic as gardens come. Not only is this space surrounded by a breathtaking garden it also has a fireplace and infinity pool, bringing all the outdoor amenities imaginable to this serene hideaway.

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Lanterns Illuminate Paved Walkway

To ensure the homeowners can navigate this space at night, little black lanterns light the path along the walkway. Rustic European cobble stepping stones provide interesting paths to watch the sunset over the hills.

Patio Overlooks California Hillside

Around the back of the house, a small patio overlooks the rolling California hillside. With another fountain and flowers all around, this quiet space is perfect for reading or simply enjoying the sunshine.

Infinity-Edge Pool Tucked Into Hillside

Torrey Pines Landscape Company worked with the existing upper patio consisting of gorgeous cobblestone to further the home’s historic European aesthetic. Meanwhile, a large existing infinity-edge pool allows the owners to swim against the hillside.

Pool Area With Smooth Travertine Patio

By removing the uneven lawn that once wrapped around the side of the pool, Torrey Pines Landscape’s architects were able to outfit and upgrade this outdoor space with a travertine patio and Cameron flagstone. Now the transition from the home to the pool is smooth and rich with Tuscan style.

Orange Chaises Make Comfortable Seating

Four orange chaises anchor the far corner of the patio, ensuring that the owners and their guests can comfortably rest after a swim. Thanks to their warm hues, the pieces work perfectly with the Mediterranean-tiled roof.

Formal Garden Includes Idyllic Fountain

As they wander along the garden path, guests will eventually arrive at a stone patio centered by a fountain. Thanks to its warm, two-tiered design, the piece perfectly complements the home's Mediterranean architecture.

Romantic View of Sprawling Estate

With a view like this, the homeowners might just think they went to bed in San Diego and woke up in Tuscany. Trimmed hedges and flowers surround the stone patio and add a romantic touch to the setting.

Photo By: Martin Mann

Charming Mediterranean-Style Courtyard

To preserve a native oak tree, the Torrey Pines Landscape Company renovated the central courtyard to lessen water usage and create a background tapestry of plants appropriate to its microclimate. A Cameron flagstone patio seating area was carved out to connect to the original stone fireplace anchored to the home elevating the warmth of this outdoor living room.

Bench Surrounded By Flowering Plants

A wood bench tucks neatly against the side of the path, giving the owners room to sit and take in their surroundings. Meanwhile, rows of flowering plants enhance the garden's natural beauty.

Stone Path Encourages Strolls Through Garden

Once an unassuming lawn, the front of this Mediterranean-inspired home has since been transformed into an idyllic garden. By repurposing stepping stones from the back patio, the Torrey Pines Landscape Company created a linear path with spots along the way for reflection.

Photo By: Martin Mann

Editors' Pick: Waterside Paradise

Lanterns Provide a Touch of Light

Lanterns Provide a Touch of Light

Six lanterns ensure that this outdoor space is just as alluring at night. Once the sun goes down, the lights cast a warm glow on the water that allows the owners to see without interrupting their stargazing.

Photo by: Stephen Dunn

Stephen Dunn

This awe-inspiring Jamaican hideaway beckons ultimate relaxation and tranquility. Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture in Key West incorporated the stunning natural surroundings into this landscape design and the result is a breathtaking oasis. From the lush garden hideaway to the infinity pool with stunning ocean views this spot truly conjures up paradise.

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Pergola Offers Passage to Sitting Area

In the spirit of British Colonial style, this property includes a series of "outdoor rooms," or spaces that are defined by walls of palm trees and other native plants. This wood pergola marks the entrance to one such space, with a bench at the end for quiet reflection.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Tropical Garden Includes Wide Walkways

This outdoor space in particular has a sense of "organized lushness," as a stone walkway and trimmed turf provide a clear path through the tropical garden. Once they reach the end of the trail, guests can choose to sit or continue their journey in either direction.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Dining Area Boasts Panoramic Views

Thanks to its position on a cliff, this pavilion boasts panoramic views of the valley. In the center of the space, a dining table and chairs encourage the owners to take their meals outside.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Elegant Estate Complete With Pool, Lounge

Large archways and double doors open this estate to the pool and lounge area. After a day spent exploring their backyard, the owners can cool off in the water and relax beneath the stars.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Lanterns Provide a Touch of Light

Six lanterns ensure that this outdoor space is just as alluring at night. Once the sun goes down, the lights cast a warm glow on the water that allows the owners to see without interrupting their stargazing.

Swimming Pool at Sunset

Thanks to its sleek, infinity-edge design, the swimming pool blends seamlessly with the horizon. In turn, the owners can enjoy unobstructed views of the valley and ocean.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Retaining Walls Help Recapture Backyard

Looking at it now, it's hard to believe that the backyard once sloped straight down the hill. After careful planning by the landscape architects, locally cut stone retaining walls were added to level off the deck and recapture all of this useable space.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Water Fountain Tucked Into Garden

With a weathered stone water fountain and ivy climbing the wall, this corner of the garden almost seems like a site from an Indiana Jones movie. Those brave enough to explore the 4-acre lot on warm days will reap the reward of this refreshing space.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Soothing Stone Accent Wall

For additional ambiance, the landscape architects outfitted the garden with an accent wall that doubles as a cool, cascading water feature. Lush green plants all around further the sense of a hidden oasis.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Secluded Outdoor Sitting Area

Talk about a room with a view! While the owners and their guests sit back and relax on the plush furniture, they can enjoy all the gorgeous greenery and a glimpse of the ocean.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Walls of Gorgeous Greenery

Walls of leafy green plants work overtime in this outdoor space, helping to subdue noise pollution and provide a touch of texture.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

Formal Entrance to Vacation Home in Jamaica

Royal palms and flowering plants offer a small glimpse of what's to come from this vacation home in Jamaica. As guests follow the smooth stone driveway, they'll enter a lush landscape that boasts water fountains, stunning structures and an infinity-edge pool with views of the ocean.

Photo By: Craig Reynolds Landscape Architecture

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