Architect Paul Brant Williger crafted an eye-catching fireplace for an outdoor area boasting a stunning view.
Hollywood designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard conjured an exotic paradise for a Malibu couple, inspired by a passion for Bali. A pair of chairs by Bullard and Indonesian teak sofas surround a fire pit made from 18th-century Indian stone panels; the teak side table is Moroccan.
In the open-air dining room of Rela and Don Gleason’s home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, the table and armoire were designed by Rela and made by local artisans. Wood piled high for the fireplace acts as an accent wall, bringing warmth into the space. The Wisteria chairs have custom leather slipcovers, and the goatskin-and-iron ceiling fixture was inspired by lighting at the Leon Trotsky museum in Mexico City.
In a Los Angeles farmhouse, the custom concrete sofas on a screened porch with a low and wide fireplace are topped with Brenda Antin pillows, the 1990 Mats Theselius chair is Swedish, the 1953 Bigfoot cocktail table is by Paul Frank, and the wall is clad in reclaimed farmhouse boards.
When a Nashville couple bought a property in a famed Montana resort, they wanted to forgo the ski-lodge aesthetic and asked designer Markham Roberts to create a fresh approach to mountain style. The outdoor deck is centered around the built-in fireplace. Sofas and chairs by Sutherlandhave cushions upholstered in a Perennialsfabric, the bronze pendant and round cocktail table are custom designs, and the stool is African.
At this cozy guesthouse in the Montana mountains, Ken Fulk created an outdoor living area suitable for even the chilliest of days. An outdoor fireplace is flanked by a pair of sheepskin-covered moose antler chairs; the table is made from an antique snowshoe, and the rug is buffalo hide.