10 Exotic Outdoor Space Designs in International Styles
The space between a home and a converted garage becomes a vibrant Spanish-style tropical courtyard.
There are many ways to make your living space look more beautiful and cozy. One of those ways is by creating a comfortable outdoor space around your house. With the right design, your backyard or front yard could be very inviting. Have you found the best style for your outdoor space? Well, today we would like to inspire you with ten awesome outdoor space design ideas from HGTV. These outdoor spaces could bring you surfing the spaces around the world since they are designed in various international style. The landscape designer, Jamie Durie brought international style and ambiance to these outdoor spaces. Are you interested in updating your outdoor space then? Let’s check the rest of the pictures below to find the most appropriate style for you. Click on the images to see the larger version. Get inspired and be ready to invite your neighbors to your outdoor party. For more information about these ideas you can visit HGTV‘s site.
Bali was the inspiration for this makeover: Jamie turned the entire courtyard into a water feature.
Inspired by French design, Jamie transformed a cluttered backyard into this romantically styled outdoor room.
An empty concrete-slab patio is now a festive Mexico-inspired gathering spot.
This is the beginning of the water feature that runs the length of an Egypt-inspired outdoor space, replicating the water channels in Cairo.
The Egyptian-style water feature (see previous image) continues across the backyard and ends at a small sitting area near the house.
Part of a South-Africa-inspired backyard makeover includes this private bath, surrounded by a fence of poles and adorned with lanterns and masks.
The homeowners wanted a classic, lush and romantic space where they can gather over home-cooked meals, so Jamie traveled to Italy to find inspiration.
A visit to the Taj Lake Palace in Udaipur gave Jamie ideas for how he'd bring Indian design to this backyard.
Jamie created a tearoom for homeowners who love everything Japanese and want a relaxing space.