A corner tower entrance is ideal because it is already situated on a 45-degree angle. This design allows the front door to face the street. This entrance provides enough space for the spiraling staircase to start either to the left or right.
The view is sweeping in this Mediterranean-inspired foyer featuring faux wood beams, travertine floors and a filigreed chandelier. The arched doorway and windows echo the feminine curves of the circular entryway.
This Southwestern house combines stone and stucco facades. Heavy lintels span doors and windows and a chimney pokes up at the entrance and towers over the Spanish-tiled roof and formal, desert-style landscaping below.
This modern two-story home uses geometric lines to create a symmetrical silhouette. The flat, white facade allows for playful shadows from towering palm trees, while sparse landscaping around the entrance appeals to the minimalist.
This vacation home has panoramic views of the ocean and its own private beach entrance. The red-tiled home sits on a wooded lot covered densely with towering palm trees. A covered patio and modest lap pool define the back of the house.