On HGTV's "Celebrity Holiday Homes," designer Brandon Bunch makes use of topiaries, green ivy, eucalyptus, pink roses and glass ball ornaments in coordinating colors as key design elements for Trisha Yearwood's home.
A stone bench topped with flagstone pavers runs alongside a stone fireplace for additional seating in this outdoor space. Green cushions provide comfortable seating and complement the lush green ivy covering the top of the fireplace.
The property's terraced gardens were designed by Agnes Clark and feature flowering trees, rich green ivy and beautiful hydrangea bushes. A stone walkway winds through the space so that the owners can soak up the views without disturbing the plants.
Perfect for family dining or group entertainment, this opulent outdoor space is surrounded by stone hardscaping and lush green ivy landscaping. The elegant wrought iron outdoor dining table has a matching bar stool set for the side stone bar and is complemented by a metal chandelier.
Two wood rocking chairs are divided by a small wood table in front of a gray stone fireplace. A stone bench runs along the front of the fireplace to provide extra seating on this flagstone patio. Lush green ivy and trees create a cozy surrounding and beautiful scenery.
Arched doors frame this bright and airy living room, which features a large stone fireplace and glass coffee table. The decor takes on a Mediterranean vibe with its earthy blue and brown floral upholstered furniture and pillows, and the bronze urns with green ivy that sit on the mantel.
A dark iron base with a modern lampshade help this lamp look more updated while a contrasting pattern lines the inside of the soft blue shade to add an element of interest. The end table look is completed with a lush green ivy plant and rustic wood coasters.
Shady spots explode with color when you draft botany’s big guns for shade: caladium, begonia and ivy. This pot showcases classic container garden design. A white and green caladium stands in as thriller, with Dragon Wing Pink begonia as filler and green ivy as spiller. It’s a blend that easily fits on any porch or deck to bring season-long color. Dragon Wing begonias are a shade all-star, strutting their stuff in part to full shade. These begonias are low maintenance, heat tolerant beauties that pump out flowers until fall’s first frost. This planting combination looks great in a pot, but would transition easily to planting beds, too.
This backyard has something for the whole family to enjoy, from a contemporary swimming pool and covered outdoor seating areas to a putting green. Grass mixes with stone tiles to soften the hardscaping.
A gated driveway leads to an one-of-a-kind stone chateau built by European artisans in Senneville, Quebec. Opulence and comfort extends throughout the four levels, including a four-story tower that opens to the living room, a library, elaborate kitchen and bathroom with sauna.