The light exterior of this home beautifully contrasts the modern wood front door and industrial glass and metal garage doors. Together the look is modern and inviting without feeling too stark and imposing.
For the entryway of this modern home, the designers chose African mahogany siding with an African mahogany front door. The windows on the door are white laminated glass, letting light through but preserving privacy.
A canary yellow front with a green door mat is a bright and bold entrance to this striking modern home. Multicolor wood paneled exterior walls adds a neutral, craftsman look alongside the bright blocks of color.
This modern home's brown, orange and white exterior color palette gives off a retro feel. A natural rock bed surrounds concrete pavers that lead to the bright orange front door. On the opposite end of the home, glass doors provide access to a covered patio with a small stone wall.
Built in 1891 in Evanston, Illinois, the house showcases the Tudor Revival style of architecture. The inside has received respectful modern upgrades over the years to keep the kitchen, living areas and seven bedrooms comfortable for today's needs.
All along the upper and lower levels, glass doors pull back to make the transition between indoors and out seamless. On the lower level, a large patio extends out beyond the house for ultimate outdoor entertaining.
This house's unique interior is made up of ashwood boxes clustered together, then connected with an open concept design. It's possible to look all the way through the home as both ends have wall-sized glass doors.