White Covered Porch With Hanging Swing, Wicker Chair and Mixed Blue Throw Pillows
A cozy wood swing features a mix of patterned blue throw pillows beckoning visitors to this sunny front porch. A wicker chair provides additional seating and frames the space around a red tasseled rug. Plants add color and the perfect finish to the design.
White Southwestern-Style Home With Dark Brown Trim
High-contrast landscapes call for high-contrast color palettes. This desert ranch stays cool with a white exterior and an accent of chocolate brown trim. The beauty of this color combo? Any accent color can be chosen for outdoor furniture and decorations.
This Santa Barbara-style estate in Austin features all the hallmarks of Spanish Revival style, including stone finishes, arched openings and a terra cotta tile roof. A three-car garage and arched stone gate leading to a landscaped courtyard are among its many luxurious and custom touches.
Breezy Covered Porch With Tropical Waterfront View
This relaxing covered porch boasts blue and neutral accents throughout nestled under a wood paneled ceiling. A glass coffee table sits at its center, while arched doorways give way to a tropical waterfront view.
A series of covered outdoor living spaces overlook an infinity pool and hot tub in the backyard of this Austin home. Throughout the house, design distinction is achieved with the contrast of light stone finishes and dark-stained wood.
This classic colonial home sits on 1.65 acres in Fairfield, Connecticut. Boasting a white exterior and gray shingle roof, the home features two red brick chimneys and a front-of-house driveway. The barn style pool house is located just behind the home, providing an extra spot for guests or for simply relaxing before heading outdoors.
Located on a quiet gravel road in New York, this charming white farmhouse was occupied by the same family for over 30 years. A full-scale renovation turned its formerly small, dark rooms and narrow hallways into an open, airy space with a contemporary color palette and modern furnishings, perfect for a contemporary family.
This incredible historic home was built in 1936. Set right on the edge of the bay in Miami Beach, Fla., it offers breathtaking water views and incomparable luxury with 10 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a pool, waterfall and extensive gardens.
This stone tile garden path connects a courtyard to the winding array of indoor and outdoors spaces encompassing this spectacular Miami Beach estate. The Mediterranean Revival villa, built in 1937, has been fully renovated and restored for modern living.
Designers Rick and Tania King want to make the most of the yard, so they design a long fireplace to frame the view. Since watching weekend sports games is a must, an outdoor living room features plasma TVs, surround sound and comfy couches.
This modern home with a view features a sleek pool built into a clean-lined wood deck with interesting angles. A wire rail system surrounds the elevated deck, offering safety without obstructing the view.