The addition to the back of the house puts a fun twist on the traditional colonial design. This space is constructed with tons of windows to allow natural light into the space, while also allowing the garden to become a part of the home's entertaining spaces.
In this Tudor kitchen, designers aded aspects that would modernize the space, while make sure the new design kept true to the integrity of the historic Tudor home. The walls are painted a light yellow color that makes the space bright, while the white cabinets and black soapstone countertops help to create a unique contrast. The upper cabinets are glass paneled, creating a more modern display case, while the lower cabinets are updated and have plenty of room for storage. Wood panels cover the kitchen's major appliances to help them seamlessly blend in with the design and create a sophisticated space full of all the modern comforts with plenty of traditional charm.
This 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival residence was rehabilitated and an addition added to create livable family areas, master bedroom suite, better indoor-outdoor living and an artist’s studio. To reinforce the Spanish Colonial design style, deep archways, Malibu tile, wrought iron and stain glass details are incorporated. The additions were placed on the back of the home to maintain the home's historic character curb appeal.
This home is located in a highly desirable neighborhood, but did not offer the space that a growing family would require. Originally built in the 1940s and featuring solid construction, a complete home renovation made the most sense. The renovation includes an addition on the rear of the home, adds a complete second level with four bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as opens up the main level to create a highly desirable open concept featuring an office, mudroom and gourmet kitchen.
The beautiful luxury home in Sagaponack, New York is cozy in style, grand in detail. In addition to seven bedrooms, it also includes an exercise room, massage room, home theater, pool and tennis court!
The open patio in the back of this beautiful one-story Mediterranean home is the perfect place for outdoor entertaining. Fountains on either side of the walkway are lovely additions to the landscape and hardscape.
A bridge with glass sides offers a unique view of the infinity pool below and is an interesting architectural addition to this luxurious L.A. home. The extensive use of glass adds to the home's open, contemporary vibe, which is expressed in every room of the house.
This traditional brick home has loads of curb appeal thanks to a stone walkway, blooming hydrangeas and freshly painted shutters dark green shutters. The wood shingles are a timeless addition to the roof and dormer.
The new and spacious addition addresses the homeowners’ need for a larger porch stair landing and an expanded living room. The renovation of both spaces pays homage to the original historical design of the period.
The exterior of the Severn's home has been completely transformed by the addition of two sets of french doors, an open patio with outdoor seating, German Schmear on the brick, and fresh landscaping, as seen on Fixer Upper.
This gray contemporary home sits high on a hill, making the addition of steps from the stone brick driveway to the entrance a necessity. Orange trees grow on either side of the home, while other plants and shrubs are thoughtfully spaced throughout the landscape.
A sawhorse desk makes a bold statement in this colorful home office, while a built-in wine cellar is a surprising addition. A warm orange shade on the walls and ceiling livens up the space, but is toned down by neutral furnishings and a navy area rug.