This modern Malibu terrace is steps from the beach, separated from the master bedroom by a glass wall with a broad sliding panel. A spiral staircase leads to an upper terrace. Clean lines and neutral colors are crisp and modern, keeping the emphasis on the breathtaking views.
As seen on Fixer Upper, to revitalize the outdated exterior of the Ridley home, Joanna added wooden shutters and custom made pillars. To further update the home's look, the brick was painted a more modern color and landscaping was added to give the outdoor space a much needed facelift.
Contemporary Home Exterior With Mirrored Windows and Wood Accents
This neutral home exterior features multiple wooden entrances, including garage doors and a gated walkway. Mirrored windows reveal the surrounding landscape, while tropical plants decorate the front yard. A gray tin roof completes the look.
The old carport was demolished and, in its place, Home Town hosts Erin and Ben Napier created this patio with arbor and seating area. The new wood elements were custom created by Ben using cedar lumber that was salvaged from the old siding and interior demolition.
Home Exterior: Historic Craigmuir Castle in Wenatchee, Wash.
Situated on one acre of lush landscape, the 10,000 square foot castle is one of the most notable and coveted homes in Wenatchee and features six luxury bedrooms and five bathrooms. Luxury amenities include a salt water pool, his & her closets, gym, wine cellar and home theater.
Contemporary Outdoor Dining Room With Incredible View
With this breathtaking view, it wouldn't be surprising if most dinners take place outside on this porch than inside. The large dining table comfortable seats 10, making it perfect for entertaining or family gatherings. Sleek dining furniture doesn't distract from or inhibit the view.
HGTV House Hunters: Dining Out in a Polynesian Paradise
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters, there's plenty of fun to be had at this ocean-front home on the island of Honolulu, with its brightly colored dining space and low-maintenance blue-stone tiles. The house itself is constructed in a Polynesian style, complete with a thatched roof and other island amenities.
Jenelle Isaacson of Living Room Realty played up the architectural details of this home's trim by playing down the body color of the home. She found the perfect dark gray for the base that worked with the indirect light of the Oregon skies. Next, she painted the door details, columns and porch ceilings a simple white, really making them pop.
The alternating rooftops of this modern home create a strip-like appearance from an aerial view. The gray tones look industrial yet fitting against the thick surrounding trees. The wide concrete driveway is easily visible in the clearing. Surrounding homes peek through the trees.
Contemporary Entry Boasts Red Door & Cool Waterfall
The entry to this contemporary home is anything but boring. A bold red front door greets guests with vibrancy and personality, and a sleek, clean-lined waterfall creates a peaceful, Zen-like atmosphere.