The outdoor space wouldn’t be complete without a spot for a four legged family member; therefore the HGTV Doggy Dream Home was built in the same Cape Cod style with creatively designed food and water window boxes.
HGTV Dream Home 2015 is a breathtaking home in Martha’s Vineyard with charming architectural details and a classic Cape Cod look. “You pull up and think, ‘Oh my gosh. This is the best house ever,’” says the home’s interior designer Linda Woodrum. “That’s how I feel, and I would like to win this house!”
Texture and color keep the eye roaming in the HGTV Dream Home 2010 home office, where a dining table doubles as a work-station. A wall of industrial-style étagères provide for both art display and storage. Reclaimed teak-wood sculptures placed atop lacquered display pedestals connect the room to outdoor spaces.
The backyard of the HGTV Dream Home 2014 blends seamlessly with the natural wooded elements common in Truckee, Calif., minutes away from Lake Tahoe. The stone exterior and large picture windows connect the home with nature.
The front door, crafted from hemlock planks reclaimed from the interior of a 150-year-old home, complements the natural pine flooring and yellow birch panel ceiling in the HGTV Dream Home 2011. A white pendant light illuminates the space while black wood furniture and large accessories anchor the room. A gray floral patterned throw rug greets visitors to the home.
Moonlight becomes the HGTV Dream Home 2012 a modern rustic ranch in Park City, UT. The backyard, bordered by burgundy switch grass and a split-rail fence, boasts two outdoor living spaces with views of the nearby mountains.
At the 2012 HGTV Dream Home, the finished landscaping, inspired by indigenous meadow grasses, caps the exterior design of this exquisite modern rustic ranch home. The beautiful 4000-square-foot home, located in Park City, Utah, was designed to resemble a family compound expanded over time.
The foyer of this HGTV Dream Home 2014 features exposed structural components that lend warmth and harken back to traditional mountain home design. Wood, metal and stone elements are repeated throughout the home and those same materials in the entryway gives guests a preview of the style to come.