Subtly colored place settings on this dining room table allow room for colorful accessories to pop, such as the red and green floral centerpiece, green pears and blue vases on the adjacent buffet table.
This tree, a Bradford pear, had narrow crotch angles. Trees with narrow crotch angles are more prone to break in wind or ice storms. Some trees are more prone to breaking, too. Bradford pear is one of them. Research trees you intend to plant to understand their risks and weaknesses.
The living room seen here shifts the focus to a large glass coffee table, providing plenty of seating around it. Large-scale artwork adds visual interest and ties the color scheme together in its framing.
A covered outdoor room in Atlanta serves as a shady place for dining al fresco and resting, even outfitted with a twin bed. It was designed by Beth Webb. The English country-style space also has a fireplace, beadboard ceiling and blue accents.