The clients set forth the goal of creating a backyard worthy of a resort for entertaining family and friends and would also allow them to vacation at home every day. They were concerned with the unique shape of their lot, but the design team was able to place the outdoor living pavilion a bit off to one side, only steps away from the covered patio, so the pool could remain the focal point.

When guests enter the house, they can view straight through the great room out to the pool area. A 6-foot-tall wall with a cantilevered centerpiece ledge now houses a 6-foot-wide rainfall water feature with backlit, laser-cut steel decorative panels and scuppers that spill water into the pool. The pavilion has steel framework and a flat roof to create a low profile and a light, modern feel.

  • Company: Randy Angell Designs
  • Location: Sugar Land, Texas
  • Square footage: 500
  • Project cost: $750,000
  • Pool/outdoor living construction: Kelly O’Leary, O’Leary Pools
  • All-tile pool interior: Ray Corral, The Mosaicist

Product Information

  • Leathered granite countertop
  • Glass tile kitchen veneer from Island Stone
  • Crossville Studios thin-slab porcelain fireplace veneer
  • Sand-finished marble pavers flooring
  • Restoration Hardware furnishings
  • Timber Tech composite decking
  • Restoration Hardware fire pit
  • Atelier Vals coping and stepper pads
  • Sand-finished marble pool decking
  • Crossville Studios additional pool tile and wall veneers
  • RAD Scuppers laser-cut steel panels and scuppers
  • Ledge Lounger in-pool furnishings
  • Hayward pool equipment

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