This outdoor kitchen takes an afternoon of grilling to a whole new luxurious level. In addition to the stainless steel grill, there are also two cooktops. Wood panels are a pretty finish for the kitchen's cabinets and drawers.
This overhead shot captures the gorgeous design and comfortable planning of this stunning poolhouse. A large covered patio sits aside the home with a bar and dining area. On the spacious lawn, geometric pavers turn the grass into an artistic statement.
Thick, dark wood beams juxtapose the light neutral palette of this cottage kitchen where a large kitchen island offers extra countertop space and casual dining. Shutters bring in natural light and also provide privacy.
Different levels of roof cantilever out and over this stately stone patio, creating pockets of shade and comfortable gathering spots. The layering of the stone wall exterior echoes that of the roof and the patio steps.
A small bedroom makes a big style impact with creative, colorful decor. Sunshine yellow paint covers the walls, bold blue patterns leap out from the valances, sconces and accent pillows and a sprinkling of 3-D flowers dance across the space.
A bohemian vibe is artfully constructed in this bedroom with yellow walls, neutral furnishings, blue accents and playful accessorizing like the 3-D flowers dancing across one wall. A mix of vibrant patterns helps add to the the eclectic mood.
Embrace a bit of the macabre with an iron shackle wreath. Search online or at local antique/thrift stores for authentic iron or steel shackles. Pick up a twig or grapevine wreath from the craft store, then wrap and drape the chain around it. Adorn the wreath with a faux black crow or raven for an added eerie touch.
Start with a simple shelf then dress it up with creepy decor — furry spiders, black crows, plastic skulls and skeletons are all good choices. You could also drape the shelf with cheesecloth or spider webs for an added frightening effect.
A gorgeous and huge freestanding tub becomes an excellent shower as well with the addition of shower heads, both waterfall and handheld. White tile covers the walls, ceiling and floors in a 360-degree backsplash.
Line a wire spice rack with burlap and load each shelf with soil and plants. Chris McLaughlin of Laughing Crow & Company recommends plants that can thrive in shallow soil, such as herbs, alyssum, strawberries and succulents.