Nature has always been a source of inspiration for designers, in part because we are moved by its many shapes, colors, and sights. Connecting with nature has become an important part of contemporary architecture, with homeowners seeking tranquil retreats away from the hustle and bustle of city life. This could occasionally be a lovely villa Ubud property in Balinese highland, sufficiently surrounded by greenery to give the impression of a secluded little oasis amidst the chaos. Here are five designs ideas to incorporate Ubud’s lush surrounding to your outdoor space!
A Dramatic Infinity Pool Overlooking the Surrounding of Villa Ubud
The infinity pool become the most popular and desired pool for many holidaymakers in Bali. The illusion of blending seamlessly with the spectacular surrounding upholds the image of luxurious and aesthetic villa. Whether it’s the modern rectangle or kidney-shaped pool, infinity pools adds great degree elegance to your Ubud Villa. The bold statement of infinity pool becomes even more alluring when you add the image of green, lush forest of Ubud in the backdrop. The forest canopy not only adds vibrant color and sets the tone for the carefully curated landscape surrounding the house, deck, and pool, but it also provides plenty of privacy as you spend your summer evenings and nights under the stars. When you combine the magic of a fireplace or fire pit with the magic of a pool, you have the perfect staycation atmosphere.
Full or Semi-Open Patio
We go from behind courtyards and swimming pools to modern decks combining comfort, elegance, and spectacular greenery backdrop. A contemporary deck is not only a place to hang out for the whole family. It can easily be doubled as an outside dining area, a party area and a unique viewpoint, which allows you to enjoy your home and savour all the gorgeous Ubud’s highland view. You only need comfortable outside seats here, possibly a dining table with several chairs, a fireplace for those who want to spend extra miles in terms of effort and cost. Here, you just can’t go wrong!
Semi-Open Bath Facing the Forests
Outdoor bathrooms are both relaxing and functional. The beauty of creating an outdoor bathroom is that you don’t need a large budget or a lot of space to do so. One of the many advantages of creating your own outdoor bathroom is that you can use existing plants and walls for privacy. And, because we all know that items left outside can rot, you can repurpose old baths and fittings, so it doesn’t matter if your set up gets a little beaten up. Overall, an outdoor bathroom is something you should definitely consider for your Villa Ubud home improvement project.
Outdoor Lounge to Soak In the Mesmerizing Villa Ubud View
The open air lounge isn’t all about unrestricted sunshine, and you’ll need some shade in both the hot Bali’s summer months and the wet rainy days. A pergola provides both without obstructing the scenic forest view, and its light structure is also a low-cost option. Most modern homes have an extended roof structure that serves as a pergola and provides adequate shade. More elaborate standalone features, such as Balinese gazebo, require far more resources but may provide you with that extra elevation that makes the panoramic view on offer even more breathtaking.
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The Popular Net Hammock Bed
We’ve all seen the Bali net bed photos of a beautiful girl or couple relaxing in bright white sheets in a hanging net overlooking the jungle/rainforest or rice fields. The Bali net bed trend was undoubtedly started by one Bali hotel, but the only thing we know for sure is that many others quickly followed suit. They’re aesthetically pleasing, great for photos, and a lovely way to unwind in the open air. A must addition to your villa Ubud if you want more vacationers eyeing your property!