The landscape design is in keeping with the simple lines of the modern home. The plants and hardscape elements are simple, yet add the right amount of texture and greenery to complement the home's modern style.
Smooth lines coupled with modern design is reflected in the home's exterior as well as the front landscape. Plants that require little water and lots of sunlight work perfectly with the desert climate.
Recessed lighting and LEDs in the pool illuminate this outdoor space for use into the evening. An infinity-edge both complements the home's modern design and showcases the natural beauty of the landscape.
Rock walls create a tiered design in the yard above this rock-floor back patio. Plants and landscape lighting decorate the tiered sections. A modern table with matching chairs creates a dining area in the center.
Pavers fit into a Southern California home's odd-shaped outdoor area, which also needed privacy from nearby restaurants. This coastal home had an available landscape area of about 1,100 square feet. The award-winning design by Grounded Modern Landscape Architecture captured as much useable outdoor living space as possible.
Easily maintained landscaping and pair of comfy chairs create a relaxing spot on this cement patio. The home's midcentury modern design is evident in its cantilevered roof and walls of glass. Star decor completes the look.
The two-color exterior of this towering modern home give the design both depth and dimension. Easily maintained and minimal landscaping complements the bold lines of the home while keeping the space feeling clean and refined.
Andrea Michaelson had a strong, contrasting vision for this California home as she blended not only design styles but design eras. The exterior of home is modern and minimal, using both cement brick and cement plaster walls, and limestone for a pronounced look against the lush landscape
The design for this modern home features a crescent-shaped exterior with the concave portion showcasing the main entry. Walled entirely with windows, the design maximizes views of the surrounding vistas. Concrete walls and low-maintenance landscaping are appropriate to the Santa Barbara, Calif. climate.
HGTV Fixer Upper hosts Joanna and Chip Gaines updated the exterior of the home and enhanced its modern design by painting the brick light gray, adding natural wood support beams and updating the landscaping.
Concrete floors and wood ceilings mix with broad, industrial-style windows to create a home with rustic-modern appeal. The house, situated in northern California, is designed to complement the surrounding landscape and enjoy the views.
Elegant desert landscaping leads to this modern home in La Quinta, Calif., which was designed with materials representing its surroundings. The home is nestled between prestigious Madison Club golf and the majestic Santa Rosa mountains.