Red brick steps provide contrast to the bright white home exterior. The porch features a wood front door with a large window, and a blue-painted porch ceiling. Blue porch ceilings are a Southern tradition that supposedly help keep bugs away.
Mixed planters with pinks and deep purples set the foundation for this picture-perfect entryway. The containers are at the bottom of brick steps and a black wrought iron railing that lead to a brown double door with glass panels.
Natural light and light neutral tones give this open floor plan an even grander, spacious look. Warm, red-toned stairs stand out against the beige walls and gray marble floor. A brown leather chaise creates a seating area over a black and white graphic rug. The space moves to the kitchen entry featuring a brick-based bar with cream leather barstools.
This entry stands out with ironwork railings that delineate the property from the sidewalk. The ironwork is softened with traditional plants such as boxwood borders and fragrant evergreen plants like Rosemary, which gives a welcoming feeling and a sense of arrival to the front entry of the home. The front door is treated with Baroque seeded glass, which serves two purposes- to let light in and to create more of a sense of privacy than a clear glass would.
The home's front yard and driveway have subtle, but compelling landscaping. Bricks carve out a circle in front of the house and garage. Terraced garden beds accompany a flight of steps down to a lower patio.