With a smooth circle driveway and sleek landscape lighting, the exterior of this Las Vegas Valley home is cool and modern. Layers of succulents and cacti decorate the yard for natural greenery with minimal maintenance.
Square concrete paver walkways with Mexican pebble joints connect the studio with the house, fire pit area and nearby concrete patio, and pea gravel makes for a clean and budget-friendly mulch material. Minimal planting, modern details and exterior lighting complete the outdoor space with a polished look.
For the outside of the house, designers used milled slats of cypress wood called Shou Sugi Ban, which have been charred, brushed and oiled. It's a low-maintenance material that also provides a crisp contrast with the home's light-colored interior.
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.
The white exterior of this California home shines in the low evening light. Black roofing creates striking contrast and frames the shape of the home. Two sets of French doors open out to the front yard, which is surrounded by a low privacy wall.
Black lower cabinets, with clean lines and no exterior hardware, along with gray concrete countertops, provide a strong base and visual contrast with the wood floors and open shelving in a light finish.
Black roofing provides contrast against this beach cottage's white exterior. As night falls, the home's warm interior light floods outside. French doors open up to a large front patio surrounded by a low privacy wall.
A unique glass pendant hangs above a wood dining table in this eat-in kitchen first seen on HGTV's Kitchen Cousins. Modern dining chairs cozy up to the table while metal barstools keep a low profile at the kitchen island. Natural light and a pale exterior wall keep the look bright and airy.
The exterior of this restaurant is as unique as its interior. Situated on the bottom floor of this elegantly baroque building, Cevicheria's light spills onto the cobblestones, illuminating the sidewalk, inviting guests in. The ocean ambiance of Cevicheria starts with the light spilling from the restaurant onto the sidewalk and continues through the heavy steel doors that have fish stamped into their lower halves and birds stamped into their upper halves, creating the illusion of an ocean.