The roof of the home swoops up and out from the exterior with walls of glass intimately connecting the rooms to the beautiful surroundings. Plants peek up from in between the steps, another fun way to tie the home to nature.
Stone is a favorite material for outdoor kitchen projects, according to Atlanta Decking & Fence, but it doesn't have to be relegated to the backyard. This front porch in metro Atlanta has stone steps that stand out against the brick exterior.
A cheery blue front door and large demilune front porch with Corinthian columns give this Greek Revival-style home in Huntsville, Ala. timeless curb appeal. The home's brick front steps keep the porch from feeling too formal.
Tuscan tiles on the stair risers and a Classical arcade at the entry give this Mediterranean-inspired home instant flair. Lush plantings surround the house, furthering its visual ties to the Italian countryside.
Inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright and combined with subtle nods to airplane design, the front facade of HGTV Green Home 2011 serves up both style and comfort. When evening falls, recessed lights illuminate the front step. An aluminum lantern in a bronze finish adds a contemporary touch at the front entry.
A concrete driveway transitions into a paver walkway leading up to the front door of this home. Planted sections border the walkway adding life and color to the landscaping. The rock and wood give this entryway a mountain-inspired feel.