Craftsman architecture is notable for its practical design characteristics. The extended eaves and covered entry porch help reduce heat gain during the summer months when air conditioning requirements are highest.
White columns wrapped at the bases with stone and soft-blue siding come together beautifully on the exterior of this coastal-inspired home. Walkway landscaping and a covered entryway with traditional white columns create inviting curb appeal.
Walk into this incredible penthouse apartment and you're instantly in an artistic wonderland. Black and white striped floors set a dramatic tone underfoot, while the walls are covered in rich patterns and textured.
This midcentury modern ranch home features attractive hardscaping of gravel and stone slabs, as well as a grouping of cactus plants in the front. A narrow water creates the impression of a creek running in front of the home. The covered entry features a red French door and is lit by a Sputnik chandelier.
A black front door create a beautifully bold contrast against the white walls and ceiling of this entryway. Uncovered windows framing the door flood the space with light highlighting the already bright look of the design. A square rug adds decorative color lying beside a simple table and large wall-propped mirror.
A spacious stone tile walkway is surrounded with vibrant plant life brightening and decorating the entry to this home. A covered front porch is a seamless extension of the home adding to the inviting nature of the design.
A tan wall runs parallel with the sidewalk to lead to the entry of this tropical property. Brown grated panels in the wall match the french door gate with matching cover. Large palm trees decorate the yard in and out of the gate adding a recognizable tropical flair.
This gorgeous front entrance features a rock lined waterfall splashing down on a bed of rocks. Bright perennial and annual gardens surround the water feature for a lush, mountainous look. Stone columns frame the covered entrance hall leading to the front door.
A front courtyard doubles as an opportunity to enhance curb appeal and define the entry sequence as a unique experience. A concrete walkway steps up from the driveway and meets in the front yard to move toward the front door. Uncovered windows allow the warm indoor lighting to be visible outside connecting the interior and exterior.