This outdoor space contains two large marble columns amongst tropical plants.
Stately columns frame in this petite porch with armchairs for two.
The mirrored wall and half-column in this resort guest bedroom add elegance and luxury.
With its brick facade, handsome columns and crisp black shutters, this townhouse has stately curb appeal.
Brick columns and retaining walls break up the stretches of lawn and garden in this terraced outdoor area.
The careful architecture of the home allows for symmetrical views of columns, archways and open passageways from many different areas of the residence.
The nymphaeum's columns have certainly remained strong and steadfast over the years. The cracks in their surfaces are like badges of honor, true testaments to the passage of time.
Large arched doorways framed by columns dress up entrances with a classic look that also contributes to an open feel and flow between rooms.
A long Southwest-style portal makes shade on a sunny day and a charming retreat anytime.
The big porch makes it easy to live outdoors—or almost outdoors—from the comfort of plush wicker sofas and armchairs all with expansive lake views.
In the landscape design of this Santa Barbara estate, the sandstone-hued color palette and the naturalistic style of the hardscape ties the gardens to their surrounding hillside environment.
Taking cues from Mediterranean-style architecture, the balcony features beautiful white columns. A carved design complements the piece nicely.
A column of cabinets with open shelving beneath serves as a practical and visually interesting divider between this bathroom's two vanities.
Spiral columns surround this backyard swimming pool and an upper balcony looks on from above. Recessed lighting illuminates the area in a subtle elegant way.
A column gets a covering of slim, rectangular glass tiles in this bathroom. The curved shape adds softness to the smaller-size, boxy room.
Gorgeous traditional columns separate the living room from the family room in this hip loft. Large rugs ground each seating area, softening the beautiful wood floors.
Extending the back of the kitchen island and making it into a dining table centers the structural column and helps it feel less awkward in this open plan space.
Though the window's shape is clean and modern, a large stone column gives the feature an antiquated feel. Wood beams overhead and an ornate rug below further the Mediterranean look.