A broad sweep across the entry of this modern California home shows a textured fireplace surround, a dramatic wood plank accent wall and a peek at a dining area with painted Thonet chairs. A mod take on a coffered ceiling adds interest overhead.
Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines created this spacious and updated take on a cottage style home, with European influences, wood accents, a deep front porch, a large dormer and lots of room inside. The exterior mixes cream colored stucco with shutters painted in sage green.
Make a nod to your home's environment with a color palette that matches its surroundings but still packs curb appeal. This traditional home's soft pine green base pops with an accent of sky blue and an understated creamy white door.
Rustic Green Home Exterior With Stone and Wood Accents
This private 13-acre estate features a light green siding exterior paired with wood and stone accents, giving it a rustic look. Evergreen trees line the property, while a stream and pond provide a natural backyard water feature.
Contemporary Home Exterior With Mirrored Windows and Wood Accents
This neutral home exterior features multiple wooden entrances, including garage doors and a gated walkway. Mirrored windows reveal the surrounding landscape, while tropical plants decorate the front yard. A gray tin roof completes the look.
As seen on HGTV's House Hunters Renovation: This kitchen was a little small for the home owner's needs so they knocked down the adjoining wall to the living room and combined the spaces. The remodel included replacing the range hood with a downdraft vent, adding a wall banquet seating space, replacing the countertop with a smaller and more user friendly countertop, resurfacing the cabinets, and adding in a new tile backsplash.
Even though it’s less expensive, manufactured stone veneer no longer looks like the cheap cousin of the real thing. Modern versions are durable, beautiful and natural-looking. Adding veneer around the bottom third of your home’s exterior will return nearly your entire investment, and because it’s lightweight and easy to work with, you can even do it yourself.
The white cabinetry and countertops richly contrast with the wooden accents seen around the oven and kitchen island. The stunning walnut wood draws the eye to the stovetop and blue glass panel backsplash.
Separated from the kitchen by a large arch, this transitional dining room is clean, white and spacious. A large woven area rug softens the floor, while a wooden table and chairs create an intimate dining space.