An aerial view captures the full scale of this home's spacious front entrance. A mix of materials brings intrigue to the driveway and connected pathways leading to the front door and backyard. Darker, large tiles in the driveway compliment the red-tone brick exterior of the home while light neutral elements tie in the garage and siding color.
This Spanish Revival redesign has great curb appeal with its winding brick walkway and bright lipstick-red front door. Prior to the remodel, most of the exterior was covered by bushes, which were replaced with a healthier slow-growing variety of flowering plants and lawn.
Beautiful planting beds curve toward the house, pointing the way to a wow of an upgraded entrance. Designer John Gidding built an expanded deck to encompass much more of the house and give it a modern profile, then painted the brick a soothing green. Arching walkways help anchor the home into the landscape and give people somewhere to walk besides the driveway.
Young kids find joy in the simplest activities, such as following a winding garden path. The stone pathways in this meditative garden are lined with a reflecting pool, riverbeds and various stone artifacts to catch a child’s fancy.
A winding path leads to this charming, tucked-away covered patio, featuring long built-in benches and comfortable armchairs. Its angle facing the house and ocean make sure that guests get both an intimate setting and the incredible view.
What was once an entirely flat backyard now has exciting dimension, thanks to raised beds, an arbor and citrus trees around the perimeter. A winding path is intended to welcome residents and guests to wander through the edible garden.