White plantation shutter doors open to a radiant indoor/outdoor room with stunning white furnishings and tropical foliage. A shingled roof and detailed border give the home's exterior a charming, unique quality.
Sliding wooden doors roll back to provide this serene bedroom with access to an outdoor retreat complete with hammock. When privacy is desired, they roll back in place. The shutters make sure there's always a breeze.
The natural bamboo floor and wicker tub surround gives this bathroom a unique cabana style. Wall niches provide space for a built-in vanity with a wicker backsplash and a dresser while plantation shutters provide privacy from the backyard.
With its weathered exterior, blue shutters and vines, the front of this Italian villa is utterly charming. Can't you just picture spending a lazy afternoon out on the patio, drinking wine or reading a book?
This contemporary bathroom features cabinetry, doors and window louvers made from locally sourced wood. Glass tile walls create a soothing backdrop against the sleek tub and floating vanity. The home uses low-flow and oxygen-infused plumbing fixtures to reduce water consumption.
The home's first floor has most of the living spaces; the second hosts the bedrooms. And a petite top floor is made up of a large family room with a bathroom, plus extra storage. The house's front overlooks a park; the back, a pretty courtyard.
The muted color of the siding allows dark red shutters to add character to this craftsman-style home. The dark hue carries over to the brick chimney and iron fence. The large front porch and decorative eave brackets are characteristic of the Craftsman style.
To update the breakfast area, Chip and Joanna replaced the old, outdated shutters with barn door style shutters for privacy and style. With the new shutters and modern dining chairs, table and chandelier, this space has created a focal point for the kitchen.
The front view of this New Orleans townhouse showcases the historic dwelling's architectural features. A second-floor balcony spans the width of the home, while window shutters and dormers add character.