gardens and exteriors
Why would we ever go inside?
Overlooking the Seattle skyline and Elliot Bay, the 900-square-foot rooftop terrace of designer Terry Hunziker’s Pioneer Square apartment is planted with vibrant Japanese maple trees and manicured shrubs.
An outdoor fireplace warms this stone terrace at the Malibu home of designer and antiques dealer Richard Shapiro
The loggia of a Los Angeles villa decorated by Mark Boone serves as an outdoor living room.
Birch trees provide shade for the outdoor dining area of designer Friederike Kemp Biggs’s Manhattan penthouse. Planters filled with ivy, boxwood, lobelia, and hydrangea also surround the bluestone-paved terrace, planned by landscape designer Halsted Welles.
Purple petrea used to grow in my grandmother's house.