The garden at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 leads to a final vignette, designed by Kate Webster and Thayer Hopkins, to inspire and encourage reflection. A brick path draws the eye toward the abstract, mirrored sculpture that reflects light and creates the illusion that the pillars are also decorated with the flowers.
Brick flooring grounds this light, neutral front porch design. White columns support the porch cover and keep the space open to the surroundings. Black planters match the black window shutters and red accent pieces add a final touch of color.
A red brick driveway compliments the color of the roof shingles over the light neutral exterior walls of this home. Palm trees and lush greenery give that quintessential tropical feel leading to the home. An archway transitions from the walkway to the front door.
More than 20 interior designers collaborated to turn this dated 1950s Colonial estate into a decked-out showhouse in Washington, D.C.’s Spring Lake neighborhood. The traditional brick home is accented by crisp white columns and trim and black shutters.
On HGTV's Fixer Upper, this shotgun home was totally transformed from the inside out. The house itself was moved from one location to another and the area on top was extended to create a loft area. The home features new windows, front porch, brick skirt and attractive landscaping.
A wood-burning stove is framed by two brick columns while light shines through two adjacent windows, giving balance to the neutral-toned room. A projector mounted above the sofa across the room replaces a traditional television.