On HGTV's Fixer Upper, this shotgun home was totally transformed from the inside out. The house itself was moved from one location to another and the area on top was extended to create a loft area. The home features new windows, front porch, brick skirt and attractive landscaping.
As seen on Fixer Upper, this home's outside appearance was transformed by adding an all-new facade with post-and-beam construction, a full wraparound porch, new metal roof and natural wood columns and support beams.
Rows of sofas provide cozy seating in this contemporary media room, and barstools at the white countertop create an extra row of seating. Patterned metal panels form a unique ceiling accent above the room. A low wall and textured columns create separation for the space while keeping the design open.
This bright and open guest bedroom features an eclectic mix of furnishings and fabrics with a decidedly global vibe. An exposed brick column brings an element of earthiness to the space that's extended by the rough-hewn beam that serves as a display shelf near the ceiling. Across the room, closet doors feature a blown-up photo the homeowners brought back from Bangkok.
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.
Concrete floors and columns pair with metal trellises for an industrial feel in this Mexican restaurant. Heavy wood dining chairs add a touch of rusticity, and hanging plants bring the outdoors inside.
A brown metal dining table and chairs accessorizes this classic porch area. Red brick flooring and a painted wood ceiling with ceiling fans roots this porch in a traditional design. Large white columns and French doors create a dramatic entry.
This neutral sunroom features a picturesque bay window trimmed in crown molding and framed in tropical print curtains. Fresh, neutral furniture is positioned around an oval coffee table, while a metal pendant light hangs above. Two columns provide a traditional finishing touch.
The 2019 Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens is situated on 5 acres in the leafy Buckhead neighborhood. The 12,268 square foot home features Lowcountry inspired elements including painted brick, metal roofing and timber columns and multiple patios with French doors to connect indoors and out.
The dark natural wood ceiling beam and matching wood base of the bar standout against the polished white fixtures of this kitchen design. The bar space is anchored to a column and set up with three metal barstools under a pair of pendant lights with an industrial flair. A chevron tile backsplash subtly decorates the room.
A metal roof supported by white columns provides some covered deck space, offering plenty of shade across the deck. A small swimming pool, adjacent dining area and outdoor kitchen provide a luxurious entertaining space. Pops of bright blue in the lounge chairs, ceramic planters and dining table linens are reminiscent of the blue ocean waters, which inspire this Florida home.
Blown glass chandeliers, acrylic chairs and a row of cosmic pendants bring a feeling of lightness to this open, modern loft. Carved from the top floor of a century-old St. Louis warehouse, the 7,500-square-foot loft features 18-foot ceilings, original arched windows and industrial elements like exposed brick, concrete columns and metal piping. The open concept design is ideal for entertaining.