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A Delightful Terraced Garden Sits In Front Of This Outdoor Dining Room

A modern garden with an covered outdoor dining area and terraced built-in planters made from concrete.

Andrew Mann Architecture has completed the remodel of a home in Sonoma, California, that includes a newly designed garden with tiered planters and a covered outdoor entertaining space.

A modern garden with an covered outdoor dining area and terraced built-in planters made from concrete.

The garden pavilion, which was designed by Andrew Mann Architecture, also included the hardscape and layout of the fences, as well as the surrounding planter beds.

A modern garden with an covered outdoor dining area and terraced built-in planters made from concrete.

The dining pavilion, which can be lit up at night, acts as an outdoor entertaining space that’s surrounded by peaceful gardens completed by Christa Moné.

A modern garden with an covered outdoor dining area and terraced built-in planters made from concrete.
A modern garden with terraced built-in planters made from concrete.

The raised planters, which have a simple concrete border are filled with flowering plants of different sizes.

A modern garden with terraced built-in planters.
A modern garden with terraced built-in planters.

The pavilion, which has a sloped roof, is built from dark stained wood and has a large open area dedicated to outdoor dining.

An outdoor pavilion includes dining area, a kitchen area with fridges, a pizza oven and firewood storage, as well as a separate space for storing garden items. This small room can be hidden from view by the large sliding barn doors.

The pavilion also includes a kitchen area with fridges, a pizza oven, and firewood storage, as well as a separate space for storing garden items. This small room can be hidden from view by the large sliding barn doors.

An outdoor pavilion includes dining area, a kitchen area with fridges, a pizza oven and firewood storage, as well as a separate space for storing garden items. This small room can be hidden from view by the large sliding barn doors.

Let’s take a look around the main house…

Architect Andrew Mann and interior designer Katie McCaffrey of Angus – McCaffrey Interior Design collaborated on the partial remodel of the house, which was originally built in 1974 by Roland Miller Associates.

A modern house with large windows.

Andrew focused on form making, while Katie defined a material palette different in feel and mood from their client’s city house. Exposed wood beams and a wood ceiling complement the wood floors and furniture found in the open plan living room and dining area.

A modern open plan living room and dining room with high ceilings and plenty of natural light.
A modern open plan dining room with high ceilings and plenty of natural light.

Behind the dining room is the kitchen, which includes minimalist white and gray cabinets, a breakfast bar, and an island with a waterfall countertop.

A modern kitchen which includes minimalist white and gray cabinets, a breakfast bar, and an island with a waterfall countertop.
A modern kitchen which includes minimalist white and gray cabinets, a breakfast bar, and an island with a waterfall countertop.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a secondary smaller and more casual dining area.

A small casual dining area with a round table and leather chairs.

In the bedrooms, there are high ceilings and walls of wood-framed windows that fill the rooms with natural light.

A modern bedroom with high ceilings and a wall of wood-framed windows.
A modern bedroom with a simple design.

In the bathrooms, the color palettes have been kept neutral, with only the tile flooring providing a decorative accent.

A modern bathroom with a high ceiling and a wall of wood-framed windows.
A modern bathroom with a walk-in shower that includes a bench and built-in shower niche.
A modern bathroom with a floating vanity and patterned tile flooring.
Photography by David Wakely Photography | Architecture: Andrew Mann Architecture | Interior Design: Angus-McCaffrey Interior Design | Landscaping: Christa Moné

Source: Contemporist

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