Sunset
Lounge area on the deck.

Thomas J. Story

A cluster of low teak sofas and cement-topped tables on the deck forms a central outdoor lounge. Built of Mangaris (a dark, eco-friendly hardwood also known as red balau) the deck of this 1954 house in the Hollywood Hills spans the living room, kitchen, and master bedroom.

Resources: Legendary Gray exterior paint from Dunn-Edwards Paints (item DE 6369; www.dunnedwards.com or 888/337-2468). Norwood 3000 aluminum sliding doors from Fleetwood Windows & Doors (www.fleetwoodusa.com or 800/736-7363). Pure sofa ($5,900) and sofa corner ($3,900) with cushion sets in Stone Grey fabric from Henry Hall Designs (www.henryhalldesigns.com or 800/767-7738). Wabash and Thick Top concrete-topped tables in Kelp by Peter Sandback (www.petersandback.com or 603/899-2079). Vintage white lamp and table. All-weather rug and throw pillow ($59) in Cabana Stripe from Smith & Hawken (www.smithandhawken.com or 800/981-9888). Dr. No armchairs in Wax White by Philippe Starck for Kartell from Unica Home ($220 each; www.unicahome.com or 888/898-6422). Pottery on deck from Vessel USA's Architectural Pottery Collection (www.architecturalpottery.com or 858/385-1960).

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