A bold red door contrasts against the sleek white home's exterior. Concrete pathways add to the contemporary feel and lead guests to the front door, while concrete pavers are used throughout the landscape to allow water to seep into the ground, which helps to avoid runoff.
With a 3,992-square-foot floor plan, three floors, and three bedrooms and two baths, this townhouse gives its owners plenty of room to stretch out. The first level can be treated as a guest space, while concrete steps lead to the main entrance pictured here.
The entry to this contemporary home is anything but boring. A bold red front door greets guests with vibrancy and personality, and a sleek, clean-lined waterfall creates a peaceful, Zen-like atmosphere.
This contemporary dining room is accented with vibrant red trim, most notably the French doors. The simple, clean lines of the architecture are echoed in the minimal furnishings, a basic but elegant picnic-style dining table, simple table lamp, and color block artwork.
This adorable beach cottage is in the heart of California's La Jolla village just outside San Diego. When its renovation started, the goals were to brighten up the space and create the perfect beach getaway.
Micro gardens are designed to be highly productive, energy and space efficient, sustainable and affordable, and grown in healthy living soil, says Anne Gibson of The Micro Gardener (themicrogardener.com). They can be as tiny as a few square inches in a container or several square feet in a garden bed.