Who caught your eye for the 2021 Exterior of the Year People’s Choice Award? With pools, barbecues, and eco-friendly decking, these winners have delivered something for everyone.
This gold award winner on the Gold Coast will give you visions of a poolside paradise. Inspired by the Mediterranean landscape, this exterior incorporates a spacious sun deck, customised BBQ cabinetry, and large cantilevered roof, all while ensuring unobstructed views of the bay.
Textured tiles create a chic outdoor lounge, with rattan pendant lamp and TV ensuring versatility of this corner space. A separate lower level patio offers yet another fabulous social hub and a relaxing place to soak up the sun’s warm rays.
Reflective of a world-class result, this stunning outdoor pool landscape has been achieved through the clever use of fundamental design elements where no detail has been forgotten.
Silver Award: A luxurious exterior transformation in Denistone NSW by Narelle and Scott Randell
A second chance at first impressions is exactly what this home got when its dated orange brick facade was painted a bright crisp white.
Offering a wonderfully warm welcome is the painted ekodecking, made from 90% reclaimed and recycled decking materials.
Native trees, plants, and two stone walls flank the boardwalk up to the house, while an understated black rail around the balcony gives the home a contemporary finishing touch.
Bronze Award: Customised indoor and outdoor living in Brighton, Victoria by Paul Cree
It took a few design risks to bring this one-of-a-kind vision to life, but the result of this exterior renovation was certainly award-worthy.
Audacious orange panels, reddish toned planks and soft sandstone marble achieved the warm decadent look desired of this ultra-contemporary patio, while a contrasting simple black louvre is simultaneously delicate and bold.
A low profile fireplace, opposed by bright green wire furniture, creates a space for connection between guests, where the piece de resistance - a large bronze horse statue - is certain to be a topic of conversation.
Take the party outside!
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