The outdoor pavilion features Greek columns with a bight white exterior. The all weather pavilion is perfect for year round entertainment and enjoyment. Dining al fresco is enjoyable in this elegant space.
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.
The owners of this Oregon house want a pool room that is relaxing and consistent with the home’s mid-century modern aesthetic. Exposed pipes, unappealing columns and clinical-white walls give the indoor pool a vibe that was more utilitarian than inviting.
Red is a frequent choice for homes with a traditional look, fitting with brick, molding and columns painted white. "The old-fashioned, welcoming color for a front door is red," says Bruce Holliday of Landscape Plans Plus.
Travel around the fountain on the stone driveway and soak in the brilliant sunset hues as you ascend the beautiful staircase to the front door. The white house shines against the natural backdrop highlighting a second story balcony, thick columns and warm porch lighting.
Bold-white structural details on the portico of this ranch home define its contemporary style. Subtle colors allow the columns on the porch to take center stage while simple, glass-paned windows break up the gray siding color.
A salon designed by BAMO in a luxury Hong Kong villa features grand and whimsical touches such as white lacquer trellis screens with columns of rings and a marble floor with a scrolling pattern. Some of the furnishings are in neoclassical style.
Rows of sofas provide cozy seating in this contemporary media room, and barstools at the white countertop create an extra row of seating. Patterned metal panels form a unique ceiling accent above the room. A low wall and textured columns create separation for the space while keeping the design open.
This converted St. Louis loft represents no-holds-barred decorating at its best, with lush velvet sofas, a zebra-striped rug and mirrored tables that give Studio 54 a run for its money. A white leather sofa encircles a structural column to offer extra seating in this modern open living space.
This transitional master bathroom is filled with glamorous touches, from the square-edge soaker tub beside the picture window to the massive glass-walled shower. A modern vanity features a waterfall edge, and column lighting is installed directly on the mirror for an uninterrupted look. The gray and white palette is both chic and soothing.
The swing-bed pergola defines a space for homeowners to sit back and enjoy their backyard. Palm trees were added to add more of a resort-vibe to nights by the pool. Touches of home can be seen in the columns, which mimic the front porch, and dainty white picket fences on either side.
Textured columns create a room division for this stylish media room while still keeping the design open and spacious. A row of black barstools provide an extra row of seating at the white countertop. Multicolored glass sculptures balance on a glass panel adding pops of bright color and artistic detail to the room.
The dark natural wood ceiling beam and matching wood base of the bar standout against the polished white fixtures of this kitchen design. The bar space is anchored to a column and set up with three metal barstools under a pair of pendant lights with an industrial flair. A chevron tile backsplash subtly decorates the room.
The exterior gets a color-themed upgrade, going from plain, flat white to a pale yellow with soft blue accents. The concrete porch is painted blue to match the new custom shutters and a single French door is added along with a new porch swing and outdoor furniture. The existing columns get dressed up with sash curtains.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper: Chip and Joanna Gaines brightened up the exterior of this 1958 ranch house with fresh paint in a soft cream white balanced out with dark shutters and window boxes in natural wood. New landscaping, and an update to the front porch with a new railing, columns and sconces, help elevate the curb appeal.
Micah Stansell’s office is actually in the house next door. The aesthetic is a complete departure from that of the family home, however it’s the perfect blank canvas for him to create and edit film and exhibitions. The upper level white space is flooded with brightness via skylights and character-rich with a vaulted ceiling, wood beams and original exposed brick columns. The entire left side of the room is decked with storage cabinets concealed by white glass doors that blend into the walls. This space is a super thoughtful minimalist dream and ideal for any creative.
Stone crowns atop columns lead the way to a giant chess board made of prefab 2x2 concrete squares with exposed pebbles. Taking inspiration from Alice in Wonderland, designer Margie Grace of Grace Design Associates. Inc., has red roses on one side and white roses on the other. Fourth of July roses, which are speckled and look like they're being painted for the Queen, are in pots behind the benches. "If it's your fantasy, just go there," says Grace. "Don't do it by halves."
This spacious luxury master bathroom features a large private soaking tub inside a carved-detail wood surround. Ornate columns impart a feeling of royalty while the large picture window allows for plenty of natural light and offers a relaxing view of nature. Intricate molding details coordinate well with the high-end look of the pleated window valances. White accessories and floral arrangements complete the spa-like environment while the cream cabinetry, countertop, and glass pulls of the vanity highlight the special details of the room.