A lush, green front yard adds instant curb appeal to this traditional home, which boasts a gorgeous exterior combination of brick and siding. A charming front porch with seating for two completes the front facade.
From the front entrance, this remodeled home retains its connection to its Florida roots with a renewed sense of appeal. Landscape lighting illuminates the yard's tropical greenery, and the home's siding and trim complement the natural scenery.
Gorgeous View from Sarasota Home Front Porch With Neural Tile Floor and White Columns
Standing on this front porch leaves you encircled in columns providing a view of the gorgeous landscaping of the front yard, centered around a fountain and stone driveway. The bright natural light and lush trees create a peaceful environment.
Coastal Home With Stucco Exterior and Roundabout Driveway
This gorgeous coastal home features a neutral stucco exterior paired with a Spanish tile roof. Paver stones cover the roundabout driveway, while palm trees and other tropical plants dot the front yard.
Modern lanterns and a large pendant brighten the exterior at night, ensuring that guests can safely ascend the front steps. At the same time, landscape lights showcase the yard's greenery like works of art in a gallery.
Decorative Front Yard Landscaping Featuring Large Rocks, A Waterfall Feature and Bright Plant Life
This dramatic front yard features a six-foot-wide waterfall that plunges five feet to the lower terrace. Surrounding this water feature, the landscape is adorned with lush perennial and annual gardens. Large stones create gorgeous shapes and textures against the trimmed grass.
A terrarium made from old windows and architectural elements is a great place to display holiday greenery, a nativity, ornaments, plants or outdoor candles. Home decor blogger Amy Buchanan of AttaGirlSays also clipped greenery and holly berries from her yard for this terrarium on her front porch, which contributes to the rustic style with vintage appeal. When working with old windows and painted wood, be sure to test for lead paint, Buchanan says.
Palm Tree Lined Tropical Walkway With Concrete Tiles Leading to the Front Door and Home Exterior
Concrete tiles in varying lengths create a straight path through this bright yard to the front door of the home. Gorgeous, large palm trees line both sides of the walkway. The square of mulch at the base of the palm trees is spotted with small tufts of grass.