This gorgeous gate is a perfect aesthetic fit to the surrounding cottage garden as well as a functional entrance for the outdoor space. The distressed finish works with the whimsical look. The green shade allows it to be a focal point while still blending with the general color scheme of the natural hues around it.
Form follows function in the HGTV Green Home 2010 kitchen, where a tower support column that bears 18,000 pounds of weight is incorporated into the kitchen design on top of the island's ruby red CaesarStone natural quartz countertop.
This contemporary guest bedroom features simple white walls paired with light hardwood floors and interior windows that allow the space to feel bright and open. A white column adds a traditional touch, while white bed linens earn a pop of color from red patterned throw pillows.
Deep purple, sun-loving coleus in containers pop against the orange-red brick and dark green front door of an Atlanta home. A mix of begonias were planted front and center, for easy maintenance. Danna Cain of Home & Garden Design also chose a bright yellow moss rose to complement the other plants.
A stone base design on the house column is echoed on the smaller gate columns bringing a beautiful texture to the design. The light concrete of the columns and walkways brightens the forrest green siding. A small pergola frames the wood gate and supports a single lantern hanging above. A bright red bench pops against the neutral tones surrounding it.
Thin trees hug the red brick columns of this garden pavilion. A pointed roof shades the stone tile floor and black wrought iron furniture. A gravel walkway leading to the pavilion is framed with a brick border making a clean and organized line against the grass.
Red is a frequent choice for homes with a traditional look, fitting with brick, molding and columns painted white. "The old-fashioned, welcoming color for a front door is red," says Bruce Holliday of Landscape Plans Plus.
With beautiful red siding, this country home gives a nod to the traditional red barn. Blue doors and wood columns add color and create contrast. The mulched yard allows the home's colors to pop even more. A long, covered porch is perfect for enjoying the outdoors, while a small, second-story balcony creates a more private outdoor space.
Plant life climbing the rough brick columns adds a cozy cottage feel to this home. Thin red window frames and the red brick add a touch of color to the neutral hues that make up the exterior. The gradual angles of the room are topped with brown shingles.
This dining room has Old World charm with a long formally set dining table and chairs on an Oriental rug. To continue the style, the room features stacked stone columns, rod iron accents and earthy red walls.
This swanky basement home theater features a soft red carpet and velour couch, gold curtains and textured gold wall panels. Deep brown walls accented by dramatic columns and detailed overhead lights complete the overall look of the space.
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.
Cape Cod-style architecture, complete with gables, columned porches and wood shingle siding, gives this home a stately, traditional presence. Meanwhile, the red front door turns the entry into a focal point.