Outdoor Spaces for the Perfect 4th of July Cookout

Wish America a Happy Birthday in these spectacular outdoor settings!

by Angelica Marino
12 Love 4335 Visits


I’m pretty sure there’s something in the Declaration of Independence that basically demands Americans celebrate the 4th of July with an outdoor, friend-filled barbecue…and if not, there should be—lawmakers,  take note. What better way could there possibly be to celebrate freedom than to lounge around in the warm sun drinking cold beverages, taking a dip in the pool, and watching fireworks? We’ve rounded up a few perfect spots to enjoy an All-American cookout, so start the grill, grab a beer, and blow out the candles, America.


The outdoor area in W House features miles of deck-space, sand, and a fire pit. S'mores, anyone? The home's interior is uber-comfortable, easily-accessible, and gets brownie points for being so close to the beach!



Who says city-dwellers can't enjoy the great outdoors? This backyard in West Village Townhouse proves that all you need is a few stylish square-meters and a grill to have an awesome outdoor bash!



A pool, a view, and a few Acapulco chairs make Groveland House an ideal oasis for watching fireworks.



The minimal, yet stunning patio in Villa G is enhanced by the miles of verdure which surround the space. The Paola Lenti BISTRÒ umbrella ads the perfect touch of color.



Obeying that 'don't-swim-right-after-eating' rule may be impossible if you're spending your holiday at this enticing pool in Garay Residence . Although, the breathtaking views might just be enough of a distraction!


Whatever your setting this Independence Day, we at Archilovers wish you a fun-filled and relaxing holiday!


    West Village Townhouse 83

    West Village Townhouse

    New York / United States / 2013

    Groveland House 87

    Groveland House

    West Vancouver / Canada / 2013

    Garay Residence 35

    Garay Residence

    Belvedere Tiburon / United States / 2010