There is no lack of interest on the exterior of this elegant modern home. From the materials used to the attention to detail, each element on this façade draws you in. Even the exposed chimney —seldom a contender to be a focal-point — is a stunning element with great presence.
The rear facade of this Brooklyn brownstone features Ipe decking, stairs, windows and doors. It's absolutely charming and it reflects a perfect balance between the old and new with traditional touches.
The rear facade of this Brooklyn townhouse is painted all-black, a bold decision that lends drama to the traditional structure. A bricked terrace adds to the home's livable space, while a tall fence provides privacy.
The entrance to your driveway should be in keeping with the property, but also with the setting. Here, the iron gates and stone columns fit in beautifully with the style of the house, and the soft landscape completes the look.
Homeowners wanted a modern redesign to their home's exterior, so designers kept the long front porch that meets the neighbors, but punctuated it with modern, vertical windows that penetrate the painted brick section of the home's front facade. Then, they added cedar siding to warm up the exterior space. Finally, a navy blue door adds a splash of color to the design of the home's front elevation.
The exterior of this modern home brings together industrial and nature. The concrete facade offers an understated contrast to the surrounding natural landscaping and views, while the wood awning ties the two together.
This clean, modern home features a unique facade with a continuous line that wraps from one level to the next. Broad picture windows offer a glimpse at the modern interiors, and artfully placed lighting casts the whole house in a warm glow.
Despite the facade's strong linear elements, the home sits on a steeply sloping lot. The only flat area was allocated to the carport. The floor plan was laid out in response to the natural features of the property and its orientation.
A welcoming home that draws inspiration from traditional architecture with a few twists of its own. The brick facade with stacked stone around the windows and doors add a rustic element that makes up for the absence of shutters.
Stone facade walls and exposed wood ceiling beams encase this cozy dining space. Plantation shutter windows give a sense of openness to the living room. Recessed lighting, chandelier, and wall sconces provide a warm glow to the room.