The five-bedroom Colonial house sits on over 17 acres of land in Litchfield, Connecticut, far away from any city hubbub. To add to the calm, the property comes with apple trees, a frog pond and mountain views.
This Colonial-style home features a classic layout of the style, with five windows above, four below and a centered front door. The home's white clapboard siding is also indicative of its Colonial style.
More than 20 interior designers collaborated to turn this dated 1950s Colonial estate into a decked-out showhouse in Washington, D.C.’s Spring Lake neighborhood. The traditional brick home is accented by crisp white columns and trim and black shutters.
Symmetry is key for this colonial-inspired home exterior. Tall twin shrubs and sage-green shutters flank four windows, balancing the front of the home. An off-white portico and front door, painted the same color as the house, blend with the siding's color for subtle definition.
Depicted by a simple box shape and the large central dormer, this style of colonial home is called the Foursquare. Its full-width porch and low roof with a deep overhang are also in keeping with this post-Victorian design. The simple white and green color scheme ties into the style of the home.
This classic New England Colonial features a large stone chimney and retaining wall made of bluestone and ashlar granite. An asymmetric, linear path of thermal top bluestone leads to the entrance, surrounded by spring bulbs, perennials, and shrubs.
An exterior wall in the kitchen was opened to create a doorway to the 900-square-foot wooden deck that comfortably fits a 10-foot concrete topped dining table, three all-weather modular sectional sofas and a five-foot concrete fire pit.
With limited space along the front façade of this home, every space that could contain plants became a planter. Framing the house with soft edges include a Japanese Maple and a Magnolia, boxwood globes, bacopa and carex grass.
This classic colonial home sits on 1.65 acres in Fairfield, Connecticut. Boasting a white exterior and gray shingle roof, the home features two red brick chimneys and a front-of-house driveway. The barn style pool house is located just behind the home, providing an extra spot for guests or for simply relaxing before heading outdoors.
Wanting to add a two-story pool house, carriage house and an all-white garden to their lot, the owners of this charming Colonial turned to Deborah Cerbone Associates for help. Using gates, fences, fountains, flowers and more, the landscape architects created their dream outdoor space.
This stunning 10,000 square foot home sits on 1.13 acres in Port Chester, New York, just a short drive to the heart of New York City. White columns frame the stone terrace, as well as several windows located on the rear exterior, both providing ample opportunities to take in the view. The backyard also features a luxurious pool area.