The funny thing about outdoor living spaces is that each one strives to reflect the personality of the homeowner – which it rightfully should.
When viewing this majestic looking white cabana porch with its classically clean, elegant, and simple lines, one can easily imagine the folks who live there.
An Open Air Cabana With Overhead Protection To Stay Clear Of Unseemly Elements Of Nature
This gorgeous mosaic of white-white and nicotine colored chopped stone rests proudly atop a concrete patio with overlay. Designed by Archadeck of Austin’s Daniel Smith, this newly erected outdoor living gem resides in South Austin’s Oak Hill neighborhood.
To ensure comfort while remaining outdoors when the temperature decides to drop, you’ll notice the stacked stone fireplace at far right.
Atop sits a standing seam metal roof, which was not the original plan. Initially, the goal was to create a roof tie but that was not possible due to the design of the home’s existing roof. So we went with a detached design instead. But none the worse for wear, as they say. It’s perfection at any angle.
Quality Materials Make For A Quality Outdoor Living Cabana Worthy Of Praise
Notice when viewing the photos of the cabana interior that we chose Synergywood ceiling in pine. It beautifully accents the architectural design of the vaulted cathedral ceiling.
Finishing electrical touches include a ceiling fan and sconce lighting for gentle illumination and increased functionality as dusk fades into the evening Texas sky.
Looking at this gorgeous creation it is hard to imagine that before we created it, there was a simple deck with no cover for protection whatsoever.
Archadeck Stands Ready To Bring Your Outdoor Living Dreams To Life – Cabana Or Otherwise
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Daniel Smith, Outdoor Living Space Designer Archadeck of Austin.