This home was designed to straddle the worlds of both traditional and modern design in terms of both style as well as separation. While this house is detached, and has front and rear yards, it is also influenced by older homes with carriage houses in front.
White stone and white stucco mix with a red tile roof and striking green trim on the exterior of this Texas home. The luxury house features a wide motor court that offers plenty of parking, while a separate entry for guests offers added convenience. Lush plantings pop against the home's muted exterior palette.
This ranch style home features a white stucco exterior paired with brown wooden shutters. Tropical plants trim the walkway, which leads to a brown gate trimmed in black metal. Just beyond the gate is the front door.
This modern home's exterior exposes tons of unique elements. The bottom half of the house is covered in wood siding, while the upper area is a bright white stucco. The rear half of the home has a curved wall and ceiling reminiscent of a barn, softening the lines of the cube-like front.
This Southwestern style home pairs together white stucco and red brick for an exterior with a modern spin. Neutral gravel and concrete slabs lead the way to a brown gate, while succulent plants line the walkway.
This Southwestern home exterior earns a modern spin with its pairing of classic white stucco with red brick. Concrete slabs lead the way to the front porch, while neutral gravel provides ground cover. Yellow metal chairs provide a pop of color.
This home exterior offers a compelling take on Mediterranean style. Crisp white stucco creates a clean, fresh look, and black-framed windows and doors provide striking contrast and a splash of industrial flair.
Pull up in front of this modern home and be immediately impressed with its clean formal lines and white stucco exterior. The front foyer extends to the roofline creating a sightline all the way through to the courtyard.
Composed of crisply-detailed, considered materials, surfaces and finishes, the home is a balance of sophistication and restraint. The two-story massing is designed to allow for a bold yet humble street presence, while each single-story wing extends through the site, forming intimate outdoor and indoor spaces. The upper story is clad in stucco, articulated as a floating white box, light in appearance and also acting as a veritable “tree house” for the children’s bedroom zone. The knots in the exposed portion of the wood add a desired texture and contrast to the clean and minimal massing of the white stucco.
At the end of a long private drive atop a hill sits this beautiful modern home surrounded by 1.4 park-like acres. The grounds complement the trees and plantings in an urban country park setting. Compositionally, the white geometric box is the anchor for the three new cedar additions.