A hummingbird favorite, red horse chestnut (Aesculus x carnea) forms a round-headed tree that’s strikingly beautiful. It grows 35 feet tall by 25 feet wide. Look for the variety ‘Briotii’ or ‘O’Neill Red.’ Both offer good disease resistance and long flower clusters. Leaves turn gold in fall. Hardy in Zones 4-9.
The deep rich tones and realistic grain patterns of Fiberon ProTect Advantage Chestnut decking mimic today’s popular indoor hardwood looks, extending your living space into the great outdoors. There’s plenty of room on this composite deck to kick back and relax, or host the neighbors near the fire feature.
A beautiful design for this Chestnut walk-in closet includes three hutches along the back wall, plenty of hanging, shelving and drawer space. Crown molding creates a custom look when added to closet organizers.
Gleaming Brazilian chestnut floors greet guests as they enter the front hall of HGTV Dream Home 2010. Tongue-and-groove pine ceiling, decorative beams inspired by traditional vigas and smoke bell lanterns complete the look.
Spacious and luxurious, the oversized walk-in master closet provides ample storage for year-round wardrobes. Custom-built shelving and crown molding draws attention to the thoughtful craftsmanship that takes this closet design to the next level.
This cozy vestibule welcomes visitors and gives clues to the home’s overall design scheme, the pairing of old and new. Modern artwork and a contemporary pendant light cozy up to Brazilian chestnut floors and traditional furnishings.
Influences of rusticity, comfort and modernity are combined to create a highly-functional entertaining kitchen. A central island includes a second dishwasher and sink, extra storage and plentiful work space. Teak countertops and shelves, chestnut flooring and European-inspired fixtures add soul while skylights, high ceilings and the spacious setting are utilitarian and contemporary.