Marble tile creates a decorative and attractive patio floor around the curves of this backyard swimming pool and circular fire pit. A small section of bright grass and a collection of palm trees adds natural color and creates a natural separation between the home's property and the bay water.
This inviting living room features a large bay window, allowing natural light to flood the space. Brown curtains frame the window, while a blue sofa with light brown leather pillows is positioned in front. Two modern end tables are place together in front of the sofa, creating a coffee table-like surface.
Victorian architecture, which was so common in 19th century-built row houses, remains a popular style in home design. It’s evident here in the two-level bay windows and front-porch design of this Bay Area residence.
Light walls and white cabinets create a bright, breezy atmosphere in this kitchen, which fits perfectly with the home's bay-front locale. Two islands, each with a sink, offer ample counter and cabinet space — a chef's dream come true.
A neutral color palette with crisp white furniture and rich brown accents creates a bright, tropical feel perfect for this bay-front living room. Tall ceilings and large windows help with the open, breezy atmosphere — and the breathtaking bay view doesn't hurt either.
The front courtyard creates a grand, welcoming entrance to this 7,400-square-foot 1935 Colonial Revival residence. Originally designed by local architect Ralph Frank, the home is situated on a large sloping lot in Point Loma with panoramic views of the downtown San Diego skyline and the San Diego bay.
Situated on Naples Bay, this luxurious 10,000 square foot home features five bedrooms, six full bathrooms and four half bathrooms. Mediterranean architecture, well-manicured landscaping and a large, paver driveway with an attached garage add to the elegant design.
This traditional house on the bay features a classic black-and-white color scheme, with just a hint of color. A brick walkway leads you to a pair of mint green doors, adding a subtle splash of color to the home's front entrance.
This home in South Tampa is one of several homes on its street with synthetic grass in the front and backyards. Since there is little need for blowers and mowers we think it must be pretty serene and green.