11 MODERN AND ELEGANT TERRACES FULL OF GOOD IDEAS

Outdoor spaces with charisma, with style, where you want to relax and enjoy. This is how these modern terraces are from which you will get tons of inspiration. Look!


Subtle tropicalism

This house in Goa, India is a celebration of outdoor living, so the main dining room is outside. Its protagonist is a magnificent teak wood table, which occupies a privileged place under the trees, with capacity for 12 people. The parterres with palm trees and the vegetable fiber lamps finish drawing an atmosphere that is both elegant and tropical.


Très chic

This ideal little balcony is in a triplex of 100 square meters with views of the towers of the church of Saint Sulpice and the bell tower of Saint Germain-des-Prés, in Paris. Around the marble and bronze table from the Forêt collection, designed by Florence Lopez, we see chairs from the 1950s upholstered in English linen, both simple and with personality. The vine is essential for the très chic touch.


Urban retreat

Xuan Lan, the favorite yogi teacher on Instagram and YouTube, teaches her online classes on this warm terrace, a haven of peace that blends Asian references and Mediterranean style based on Kave Home pieces. In the covered dining area, the Vetter table and Galit chairs, in natural materials such as solid wood, rope and cement, create a perfect balance. With a pastel color palette, Shun tableware and Daneli textiles keep the table in a relaxed and peaceful style.


With bonfire

Will Smith and Jada Pinkett's sprawling backyard is home to everything you need for outdoor entertaining, from a full kitchen with BBQ to tennis and basketball courts. On the terrace, with views of the Los Angeles sky, vegetable fiber furniture and modern shapes are placed around an irresistible bonfire.


In and out

“I wanted the interior and exterior areas to feel like an extension of each other,” says interior designer Tiffany Howell of this 1970s-esque Miami apartment. of the terrace, which symbolize like few others the best of the inside-outside trend.


Cozy

The dining table, located under a skylight, framed in a stone wall with a bench and supported by the light that enters through the large windows, helps to convert the exterior space of this beautiful Catalan house into an ideal area both in winter as in summer. Choosing natural tones and materials is a success, as is placing curtains with which to modulate the sun's rays and the presence of insects, resulting in a most welcoming detail.


Mediterranean touch

Natural fibres, bare wood and materials that are very much ours, such as clay or stone, dress the most beautiful gardens, terraces and balconies in the countryside and in the city. The Mediterranean trend hits hard, and can be achieved with details such as whitewashed walls -even if they are slightly aged they will exude charm- and hammocks in neutral colors with long fringes, boho-chic style.


Safari-inspired

We can't take the views of the savannah home, okay, but details as pleasant as the hanging beds are a must for an enjoyable terrace. And if you manage to combine it with a Jacuzzi embedded in the ground, the dream would be complete.


With goblin

Don't you have a terrace? A patio is worth it if it is as beautiful as this oasis in Madrid, renovated according to its original essence and with an Andalusian flavour. The keys: lime mortar on the walls, a lot of craftsmanship, floors with character and a built-in fountain to let the cool flow.


All to the white

Modern, but with classic and stately touches. This is the porch of this New York mansion that gives a bright and contemporary twist to the Gothic Revival thanks to details such as the total white look.


Siesta with a view

The idyllic location in Tyrol of this "nest" is present in its architecture of larch, pine and Arolla pine. On the terrace, furniture from the Italian firm Flexform rules, which makes you want to take a peaceful nap with views of the mountain. An outdoor rug frames the tasteful ensemble, which is reflected in the beautiful windows.


Source: https://www.revistaad.es/

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