The Graham residence after the kitchen renovation by licensed contractor Chip Wade. As part of the renovation, Chip Wade added a garage door to allow for indoor and outdoor entertaining and tons of natural light. His design also included a custom concrete table weighing over two thousand pounds. The table also housed the cooktop and sink without exposing the working parts under the table, making for a clean look. With the addition of a garage door, a custom table and all new appliances, the kitchen area is now perfect for entertaining large groups, as seen on HGTV's Elbow Room.
The restaurant features an original garage door that opens to allow an indoor-outdoor experience for guests seated at the walnut counter. The steel and glass door pairs with steel and wood barstools and an exposed brick wall for an ultra-industrial look.
Inspired by country estates of days gone by, this home is nonetheless anything but old-fashioned. Larger windows with divided lights, simplified moldings, and an up-to-the-minute color palette add modern flair to the facade without sacrificing any of the home’s classic elegance.
This traditional home features a classic red brick driveway and tan garage doors. The white exterior and gray shingled roof provide a beautiful finish, while meticulous landscaping offers a lively natural touch.
The large, open design of this modern living room creates a beautiful, spacious look. A garage door opening to the outside adds to the airy feel and floods the room with natural light. A gray sectional pairs well with the white walls, gray room divider and wood flooring. Burgundy accent pieces add a pop of color and warmth to the room.
This modern home uses a glass paneled garage door for a unique access door from the living room to the outdoors. Light stone steps lead to the darker gray tiled walkway creating a patio area. Mulched sections allow for rows of plants adding color next to the home.
This cumaru deck provides lots of space to enjoy the outdoors. A garage door provides easy access from an indoor sitting room to the deck. A concrete wall includes a built-in fireplace with stainless steel chimney to direct the smoke away. The neutral color palette and uncluttered design keeps the space feeling large and relaxing.
Varying heights in architecture brings interesting levels to the exterior appeal of this Italian villa style home. Neutral walls shine against dark brown roof shingles, a neutral driveway and wood garage doors.
A front courtyard doubles as an opportunity to enhance curb appeal and define the entry sequence as a unique experience. A concrete walkway steps up from the driveway and meets in the front yard to move toward the front door. Uncovered windows allow the warm indoor lighting to be visible outside connecting the interior and exterior.
Custom mahogany sliding barn doors supported by heavy iron tracks and pulleys provide entry into this luxury garage. Above, detailed woodwork and windows with multiple muntins create an aged feeling. Below, brick flooring looks charming and historic but features radiant heating for an updated touch.
With a 22,000-square-foot home, the owners of this lot also needed plenty of room to park their cars. Thus, a four-stall garage was added to the far end of the drive, with white-and-metal doors for privacy.