85 Outdoor Woodland Design Photos And Ideas

The cross-axis bridge is faced with full-height glazing to overlook views of the pond.
The entry foyer, perched on the pond’s west bank, opens to a long glazed walkway elevated above the water that leads to the main living spaces and bedrooms beyond.
The flat roof feature deep overhangs to shield the interior from solar heat gain.
The locations of each structure were carefully staked out early on in the process and chosen for optimal views and minimal site impact.
The three cabins were built by high school students enrolled in a vocational training program.
Lung Hagem Arkitekter said: "The roof is executed in 270mm thick reinforced concrete with 20mm VIP insulation underneath. The concrete itself is water resistant, thus no additional roofing materials are required. As a result, the roof is a smooth white surface creating a dialogue with the rocky landscape, and giving the cabin its distinctive character."
A winding path connects the two south-facing structures.
Large columns and shear walls offer the structural support needed to mitigate minor earthquakes.
Both structures step out to small south-facing terraces.
Finn Lough is located on a 45-acre peninsula.
The structures overlook a large spring-fed swimming pond, rolling pastures, and the mixed northern hardwood forests that make up the property.
A brush fire in 2013 destroyed some 40 buildings in the Casper Mountain forest and charred much of the vegetation.
The western side of the house has a scaffold-like structure for window cleaning.
When you stay in Manshausen, you’ll be suprised to find a hot tub and dam that you can enjoy at your leisure. It holds up to 14 people and leads down to a dam that holds salt water that’s pumped into the contained area to keep it fresh.
Bosjes, South Africa
Thorncrown Chapel, Eureka Springs, Arkansas
“The site was beautiful as it is,” architect Eric Tremblay said, and he wanted to build a home that had the least impact on the terrain as possible. The lake can be seen on either side of the house, and natural materials—like the Eramosa limestone coating on the exterior—were a priority during construction.
Dedon’s Hanging Lounger, designed by Daniel Pouzet and Fred Frety can be an instant mini-tree house escape. All you need is the tree to hang it from.
The Risom plot, located on the northern portion of the island, is bordered by a low stone wall, an aesthetic element that appears throughout Block Island.
Architect Charlie Lazor designed this peaceful, lakeside prefab in Ontario, Canada with a Japanese-style bathroom, clad in teak, with a matching tub and sink by Bath in Wood.
Western Red Cedar, stained black, gray, and natural, wrap the facades of the Residences.  Roof canopies reach outwards to engage with the homes' setting.  Windows by Sierra Pacific provide incredible views of the surroundings.
A classic VW bus in vintage colors shows both the scale and scope of The Barn and its surrounding scenery.
View from Sunfish Lake
The Yellowstone location is hidden in the woods of Big Sky, Montana and is set on a freshwater pond that’s surrounded by mountains. Guests have access to fly fishing and the best of both lake and forest.
At the Yellowstone location, Three Peaks Lodge acts as the main communal spot where visitors can enjoy dinner seatings by the chefs, who source many of their ingredients from their own local gardens.
Collective Retreats recruited William Howell to be their executive chef across all locations. With a background in Colorado cuisine and with personal interests as a professional angler, outdoorsman, and butcher, Howell works with his team to create a unique, locally-sourced dining experience.
At this sprawling resort just east of Missoula, honeymooning couples can choose between six glamping tents, each fitted with a king bed, jetted tubs/showers, and luxury resort amenities. Honeymooners will definitely want to book the Tango Point tent. In addition to its prime location along the banks of the scenic Blackfoot River, the suite comes with heated slate floors, a dining pavilion with fireplace and lounge, plus your very own camping butler.
Take long hikes on winding paths and mountain trails, wade barefoot in cool streams, canoe on tranquil lakes or just gaze at the star filled night sky all while enjoying the sounds of the wild. Orenda provides with six spacious, private canvas cabins, uniquely named; – Hemlock, Hillsider, Birch, Lodge, Mill Creek and Ridge Top; each completely furnished to comfortably accommodate 2 to 4 guests depending on which cabin is selected and size of your party.  The rustic
Treebones's yurts have plush, comfortable beds with linens, cozy comforters and colorful quilts. There is a small table & set of chairs, reading lights & plenty of hooks for hanging your gear. There is a sink vanity with hot & cold running water in each yurt with bath & hand towels provided.  The yurts have generous redwood view decks with Adirondack chairs.

Whether it's a backyard patio, an infinity pool, or a rooftop terrace, these modern outdoor spaces add to the richness of daily life. Escape into nature, or get lost in city views. Wherever you are, let these outdoor photos take you somewhere new with inspirational ideas for yards, gardens, outdoor tubs and showers, patios, porches, and decks.