Buying and Selling host Drew Scott takes Justin, Halley, and their son Kai shopping for some furniture and accessories to help stage their home. Kai and Drew go their own way to let Craig and Halley shop.
Get a gluten-free taste of Texas with this easy King Ranch Casserole. This lightened-up version of the classic dish provides all of the flavor of the original recipe, but with less calories. Get the recipe >>
With a priceless view of the Western North Carolina mountains, a summer kitchen outfitted with luxurious appliances and an infinity edge pool to soak up your surroundings, this outdoor living space is sure to impress.
A mixture of floral, striped and other patterns add vibrant colors to the light neutral walls and dark brown bed in this eclectic master bedroom. Orange side table lamps and a green seat work to tie in color and a fury throw blanket adds extra texture.
A wood ceiling with exposed beams creates a beautiful look in this timeless bedroom design. A king bed with white wood headboard is covered with white bed linens for a classic look. A modern cube lamp gives an updated detailed to the traditional room.
For this small urban home, K&D Landscape Management used over-sized plants in this garden enclosure to balance the larger scale patio furniture and wood fencing materials used in the design. Colorful plants and urns were placed strategically around the garden for a lovely and inviting presentation.
Knock, knock. Who’s there? It’s your dishwasher, opening up because you’ve knocked on its vibration sensor. The Miele G 6985 SCVi K20 Futura Diamond Series Dishwasher has no buttons; you tell it what to do with a touch display. An LED light shows how much time is left on the cycle, and inside, more LED lights illuminate the dishwasher’s interior.
This comely garden setting in this small home's backyard shows how careful planning can produce an outstanding design. K&D Landscape Management used unusual wood fencing material for the pergola and to line the perimeter of the yard and added colorful small and large scale plants for balance and interest. A well-conceived lighting plan, as seen here, produces a dramatic effect.
As with all city gardens, space is at a premium, and in planning a great design, sometimes we are stuck with an eyesore. For this project, the landscapers at K&D Landscape Management built an outdoor pergola to mitigate the obtrusiveness of an structure that had to remain intact. With their magic wand, they transformed this piece into an attractive backdrop for the owners' outdoor grill, using the same fencing material that encloses the property.
Spaces underneath the deck can be unsightly, so screen the view under the deck with vines on hanging screens, says Holly Brooks of King Landscaping in Atlanta. If you enjoy gardening, animal troughs also can serve as planters, instead of traditional raised garden beds.
This fireplace designed by Atlanta’s King Landscaping is more than just a pretty focal feature. The tall chimney also helps hide a view of the house next door. And those low walls? They can serve as extra seats when a crowd comes over.