ReflectionsContemporary Patio, Melbourne

Rolling Stone Landscapes

Inspiration for a contemporary patio in Melbourne with decking and no cover. —  Houzz
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      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Georgia Madden added this to Best of the Week: 31 Breathtaking Bathrooms7 March 2018

      18. Location: Melbourne, VictoriaWhy we love it: Your very own bathing escape set amid a tropical garden – where do we sign up?

      Melanie Gardener added this to Which Bath Type Suits You?15 August 2016

      7. OutdoorWith Australia’s perfect climate, it’s no wonder we are world leaders in outdoor bathroom design. An indulgent inclusion in any home, to be sure, an outdoor bathroom allows the user to connect with nature in the most direct way possible. In this example, the large bath is mounted on a wooden ‘stage’ and surrounded by lush greenery and accessories that enhance the ambiance of the space. Simple lighting within the deck helps create the relaxing mood while the tall trees surrounding the area create privacy.More fabulous indoor-outdoor bathrooms

      Kerryn Ramsey added this to The Seduction of Outdoor Sculptures, Screens and Installations12 September 2014

      Tropical love. This garden, designed by Rolling Stone Landscapes, features a full-figure sculpture, which gives the outdoor bathing zone a strong end point. Throughout the garden, the sculpture, fixtures and planting work together to create a tropical sanctuary. All that’s missing is a full-time yoga instructor!‘Spoon’ bath: Agape

      Kerryn Ramsey added this to Backyard Bliss: 20 Spaces You'd Refuse to Leave10 May 2014

      2. Outdoor bathMove over, health farms – this deep freestanding bath is the perfect place for relaxation and rejuvenation. Surrounded by tropicals on a chocolate-tone deck, the freestanding bath is a sculptural wonder in the great outdoors.

      Youthful Habits added this to How to Create a Zen-Inspired Home10 April 2014

      8. Add elements of waterWater soothes and calms the soul; it is purifying, healing and activates chi. An outdoor bathroom, equipped with shower and bath, is the ultimate place to relax and enjoy water in its natural environment.

      Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to Take it Outside: 10 Ideas for Outdoor Bathrooms9 April 2014

      1. Make use of your existing backyard plantsThey can be all you need to create a sense of privacy. Here, although open to the garden, this outdoor bath has a feeling of seclusion due to the palms overhead and surrounding subtropical planting. The sculpture also partially screens the bath, which is built onto a simple timber platform so water can drain freely into the garden surrounds.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      HU-768413383 added this to webuser_768413383's ideas31 January 2020

      I love the atmosphere of this bathroom but I’m sure I’d find it difficult to relax, feeling vulnerable in public. I’d be more concerned about humans than wildlife.

      Dee added this to Lower House Lansdscaping25 October 2019

      The deck supporting the bath & tread lights in the deck and block tower for the spout

      Summer Krauthoff added this to Outdoor Showers And Bathtubs11 April 2019

      That’s how I want to feel in my bathtub!

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