The exposed subterranean rooms of this Aspen residence aid in bringing light into the home while connecting to the terraced backyard. Colorado-quarried stone supplied by Telluride Stone Company and cedar siding from Western Pacific Building Materials cover the facade.
A bronze sculpture by Rodrigo de la Sierra creates a lively tone at the front entrance to this Aspen residence. Bronze railings fabricated by Pitkin Iron line the stairway. Colorado-quarried stone supplied by Telluride Stone Company and cedar siding from Western Pacific Building Materials cover the facade.
Simple yet elegant landscaping leads to the entryway of this La Jolla, Calif., home. Stacked stone columns mix with a clean, white facade and large picturesque windows, creating a rustic, contemporary vibe.
A gorgeous stone walkway leads you to the main house of this property in Innisfil, ON, Canada. Well-kept shrubbery and a sweeping lawn adorn the facade, adding to the extraordinary curb appeal of the home.
This Southwestern house combines stone and stucco facades. Heavy lintels span doors and windows and a chimney pokes up at the entrance and towers over the Spanish-tiled roof and formal, desert-style landscaping below.
A metal shade protects this contemporary outdoor kitchen and dining room in Los Angeles. Stacked stone covers the barbecue's facade, adding a natural element that tones down the modern home's sharp geometric lines. The outdoor table with woven chairs seats six.
Evenly planted trees and rolling hills provide a lovely poolside view in the backyard of this modern home. Broad expanses of glass connect the home with the outdoors, as does stone used both on the fence and on the home's facade.
Stone and glass blend on the facade of this modern home, which connects to its rugged, secluded site through its generous use of natural and organic materials, as well as broad expanses of glass that open the interiors to sweeping views. A stone fence creates a sinuous line that draws the eye to the clean, modern structure.
The rear facade of this contemporary California ranch house is almost completely composed of glass, opening the home to its inviting outdoor view. A low wood deck extends the length of the house and leads to a pool surrounded in native stone.
The low-slung facade of this contemporary home is clad in stone that blends with the surrounding California landscape. Double doors at the entry are sleek, gray and modern, giving a hint at the interiors beyond them. Native plants are minimal and easy to maintain.
Designed as a second home, this 10,000-square-foot luxury estate has a Mediterranean-inspired design that includes a tile roof and stone accents on the facade. Inside, every room is strategically situated to capture lakefront views. A cobblestone drive provides access to two parking pads and a four-car garage.
A symmetrical, geometric arrangement of built-in and freestanding planters adds interest to the exterior of this contemporary California home. Green grass between concrete pavers softens the walkway, and tall plants create a layered, interesting look for the garden design. Stacked stone on the home's facade blends with the colors of the sandy beach beyond.
Off the covered patio sits a much-used outdoor kitchen, complete with stainless steel grill. Stone columns add visual texture to the outdoor living area, while the rest of the house and two-story fireplace features a clean facade. The swimming pool is surrounded by a hardwood deck, and the hot tub features cool mosaic tile.