A stone driveway and cooling fountain welcome you onto this Sarasota property. A grand staircase leads up to the front door of the gorgeous white home featuring white columns and a second story balcony. The landscape and design look beautiful against the lively natural surroundings.
A mix of colorful exterior stone brings natural decoration to the gorgeous exterior of this home. A neutral brick driveway branches to the garages and the arched entryway. Outdoor sconces and a lighted covered front porch keeps the space well lit in the low evening light.
An aerial view captures the full scale of this home's spacious front entrance. A mix of materials brings intrigue to the driveway and connected pathways leading to the front door and backyard. Darker, large tiles in the driveway compliment the red-tone brick exterior of the home while light neutral elements tie in the garage and siding color.
This driveway and front entry are packed with character and function. A large circle allows for easy movement in and out of the home and compliments the neutral tones of the home exterior. A central water feature and surrounding garden decor heightens the beauty and curb appeal of the entry path.
A shaped driveway with lined stone border creates a beautiful entrance to this home. Bright grass and organized planted shrubs decorate the landscaping for a full style effect. Neutral tones on the home exterior allow it to blend beautifully with the surroundings while still standing out as the focal point.
A brick driveway adds texture leading up to the smooth front exterior of the home. Potted trees and mirrored garden sections frame the way to the arched wood front doors. Above the door, columns support the covered balcony. Exterior lighting illuminated both stories for a warm finish.
A brick driveway extends into a walkway toward the entrance creating a gorgeous, textured base for the exterior of this home. Mirrored garden sections and potted trees frame the way to the arched front door. Outdoor sconces cast a warm glow to brighten the home.
Permeable pavement was used at the driveway and entrance court of an Idaho home to collect stormwater/snow melt runoff and allow infiltration, says Eric Venclik with Arentz Landscape Architects. The home is anchored to the site through the use of ledge stairs and rock outcroppings. Large flanking boulders create pockets for colorful plantings during the short growing season.