This home's quaint and charming exterior offers a great first impression. Accented with white trim and the stand out feature of a bright red door, this home has excellent curb appeal accented by landscaping that adds dimension and visual allure.
This Frank Lloyd Wright inspired house is framed by the organic landscape and The Kenneth Cobonpue Yoda Easy Chairs in Bright Red serve up both style and comfort. When evening falls, recessed lights illuminate the front steps and exterior.
A lush, green front yard adds instant curb appeal to this traditional home, which boasts a gorgeous exterior combination of brick and siding. A charming front porch with seating for two completes the front facade.
This residence in Escondido, CA had a yard makeover by Licensed Contractor Jason Cameron, as seen on DIY Network's America's Most Desperate Landscape. This yard has beautiful shrubs and large boulders that bring attention to the font yard.
Rustic and welcoming, this Craftsman-style house pairs brown siding with a pitched roof porch that features stacked stone and exposed wood beams. A red brick pathway and stairs lead guests past elegant plantings to the comfortable front porch.
On an eye-catching corner lot in Houston, Tex., seasonal interest is achieved through the use of a vast number of species that bloom throughout spring and summer, as well as species with fall color or winter fruit to stand out in the off season. The goal of the project is to minimize physical labor demands in a contemporary garden design to match the architecture of the home,
By moving away from minimalism in preference for a widely diverse planting scheme, the house achieves a very eye-catching effect in the neighborhood. The plant scheme is designed to always have something in peak of color, whether its beautiful Japanese maples and other ornamental trees in the fall and winter or gorgeous swaths of perennials and bulbs in the spring and summer.