As seen on HGTV Design Star, Bex Hale’s design in this dining room pays homage to this ranch's rich cultural heritage that spanned from Mexico to West Texas. The arches were created from limestone quarried locally and the floors were fashioned from reclaimed barn wood. The home showcases antiques that Bex hand-selected in South-Central Mexico and Northern Africa.
Wood decking provides the foundation for this beautiful covered porch extending from the stone wall of the house and continuing into an open patio. Patio chairs and matching ottomans are the perfect spot to enjoy the view.
A picturesque mountain view serves as the backdrop to this ranch style home in Reno, Nevada. Surrounding ponds and waterfalls add a peaceful element to the outdoor property, while abundant trees, including several evergreen varieties, create an element of privacy.
This 1,672-square-foot Santa Barbara, California home features stunning tropical landscaping, including fruit trees, palm trees and towering bamboo plants. The ranch-style home boasts mahogany wood accents throughout and easily incorporates indoor-outdoor living with open air kitchen, dining and living spaces.
This Northern California residence shows characteristics of neotraditonal community design, in which broad front porches replace front-loading garages to encourage interaction among neighbors. This planning philosophy tries to recapture a bygone era of neighborhood design.
An achievement in refined elegance this glass and stone modern ranch style home exudes sophistication. From it's floor to ceiling glass walls that offer amazing views, to its custom stone work and landscaping this home has it all.
This ranch style home features a white stucco exterior paired with brown wooden shutters. Tropical plants trim the walkway, which leads to a brown gate trimmed in black metal. Just beyond the gate is the front door.