This island home has a caretaker's studio, five bedrooms and baths and a meditation garden on a perch above the pool deck. The pavers used in the driveway and open-air courtyard blend seamlessly with the interior design.
A bathroom goes tropical with patterned wallpaper, exquisite white and beige tiles and seashell and frond accents around the tub. Coral stone flooring keeps the theme going in other parts of the house.
A spacious deck with a sparkling pool overlooks the island of St. Thomas, in the Caribbean. This is the view from a magnificient gated home that sits on three acres. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom house encompasses about 4200 square feet.
This gorgeous mountaintop home in North Carolina features beautiful stonework on the front. A bold wooden door pops against the darker-stained wood board-and-batten siding and keeps the house from feeling monotonous. Beautiful hydrangeas in the landscape offer a dose of color.
This luxurious double-vanity bathroom features stunning wood doors, trim and a wooden vanity. White shiplap paneling was chosen for the walls and to keep the space from feeling too dark. Two large mirrors take up the majority of the wall with a wreath in between them.
Homeowners and their guests can enjoy this four-season porch and sunroom, complete with a fireplace and big screen TV, thanks to central heating and air conditioning . A large door can be opened or closed between the two spaces.
This cozy mountaintop front porch and front door feel warm and inviting due to the dark wood elements used for the home's construction. Stained board-and-batten siding gives a moody look to the space while a bolder front door sits against the siding with a nice contrast.
Imagine dining under the stars. The open roof of a pergola lets cool breezes blow through in the summertime, while an outdoor fireplace offers warmth in the winter. Chairs and a sofa provide cozy, comfortable seating.
A marble floor with black and white tiles makes an elegant entrance for this foyer. The open floor plans leads to a lower level, an upper level and a large dining area with a glowing chandelier and contemporary dining chairs.
This transitional curved deck is a stunning architectural feature highlighted by the furniture arrangement. Neutral colors and fabrics coordinate well with the natural outdoor elements. The outdoor area rugs really anchor and define each of these outdoor living spaces.
You can’t go wrong with clean, classic, black deck railing. Fiberon Horizon Railing complements both traditional and contemporary architectures and looks equally at home with wood-toned or gray decking. As an added bonus, the flat top rail makes a great resting spot for your drink!
An outdoor fireplace under a pergola offers a place to relax and entertain. At night, string lights and lanterns on accent tables illuminate the space. The homeowners can also enjoy the fresh air from their second story balcony or paver patio.
A contemporary bedroom with a ladder provides access to a loft for extra living space. Walls painted a rich blue are brightened by bedside and ceiling lights. The room opens to a bathroom with a wall made of reclaimed Chicago bricks.