An arched pergola frames this beautiful outdoor room. The homeowner loves to read, so Jamie Durie integrated a small library into the design.
A dramatic wood-and-shade-cloth pergola creates a warm, contemporary look for this patio designed by Pamela Berstler.
This charming nook, designed by Joan Grabel, gets its appeal from the delightful details: tiny hanging lantern lights, retro furniture and lush container plants.
Play to Your Landscape’s Best Feature
Who says your garden has to be snuggled up next to your house? Break away from convention and let your garden define itself — in this case, by the spectacular view. Design by Scott Cohen
Privacy for an Urban Patio
When space is limited, design matters even more. Here, the linear articulation of the pergola trickles down the sides, adding visual interest while also providing privacy.
The twining vines of clematis soften the hardscaping and add a burst of color to this outdoor room by HGTV fan CSCabernet.
Pockets Full of Plant Life
Vertical walls of plants provide the privacy screening for this outdoor dining room. The decorative light fixture adds a delicate design element that pulls the space together.
Waking Up in the Outdoors
Moving doors covered with a vertical garden of orchids make up the entire back wall of Jamie Durie’s bedroom, which opens into this beautiful outdoor space. Lush vertical gardens surround this outside space, too.
Designed by Jamie Durie, this beautiful stepped display for bonsai trees is part of a contemporary Japanese-style pavilion that also houses a suspended daybed.
Make a Grand Entrance
Create a dramatic entryway to an outdoor room with a decorative doorway. This rustic pergola, laced with roses and honeysuckle, welcomes visitors.
All in One
Designer Jamie Durie redefined this outdoor space with a pergola-and-bench design that’s near the outdoor dining area (next slide). The horizontal beams along the top do double duty as planters.
Dining in Style
This beautiful dining room, on a raised deck, is an extension of the home’s kitchen and features an elevated fireplace. The white trim, distressed finish, shingles and picket-fence-like “walls” complement the home’s New-England design style.
In his own backyard, designer Jamie Durie used the roof of a poolside dining pergola as the foundation for a second-story deck.
For a Bohemian look, designer Jamie Durie used hand-dyed rope to create the webbing for this pergola ceiling, then suspended multiple hanging baskets from the wood supports.
Not an Everyday Pergola
Add flavor to your garden, and make it your own. This outdoor chandelier of candles and hanging plants sets a playful mood and brings the space to life. Mix and match a worn wooden table with some antique metal chairs, or march a row of potted plants down a ledge. Most importantly, have fun.