This super-cute playhouse sits center stage in this slightly terraced backyard. Kids and adults will not be able to resist the blue playhouse with its pink elliptical door and white window boxes. Patio seating provides a place where the adults can sit and watch the kids play. A wood fence encloses the yard so none of the kiddies can wander off.
The home's exterior now an extended front porch and freshly painted brick exterior in crisp gray and the shutters in black. A gray stone chimney adds texture to the home. Wooden flower boxes on the windows add an extra touch. A small lamp post serves as a marker near the end of the walkway.
As seen on Home Town, the existing exterior of the Carson house was lost on the street with plain white siding and few distinguishing features. After the renovations, their Laurel, MS house now features a new copper roof entry portico, cedar window boxes to highlight the painted blue wood windows, new wood shutters, and a fir wood door. Host Ben Napier custom built the new working blue wood shutters.
French doors topped with a curved transom window and framed with antiqued shutters offer delightful curb appeal to this country manor-style home in Atlanta, Georgia. Boxwoods in planters and window flower boxes add small pops of color against the whitewashed brick facade.
This French Country Estate is grand yet inviting. With over 5000 square feet of living space this home is the perfect retreat for a growing family. This home’s exterior stucco finish and native stone wainscot come together to beautify the structure. Wrought iron balconies, custom wood shutters and window planter boxes, copper spires, and subtle archways compliment the design.
A bright red accent wall draws you in as you walk into this sleek black and white space. The fireplace has a streamlined look using black granite embedded with stainless steel strips. Black cracked glass in the fireplace box and light hardwood floors add texture to the room's design.
Two sections of the 16-foot ipe screen encasing this modern home dramatically unfold, revealing the home's formal dining room. Two steel box windows also break up the ipe screen. The top floor of the home boasts walls of windows for uninterrupted views.
If you really want to think outside the box, consider creating a window treatment for the outside. Here, an exterior patio already provides privacy, so instead of a traditional window treatment indoors, the designer chose to give the bather a soothing water-wall view on the other side. Design by Susan Jay Design
The wood framed window fixture is the focal point in this open living room. The natural finish of the coffee table and exposed beams match the window treatment for a cohesive look. Distressed wall art and a box chandelier compliment the country design style. Brown leather seating is cushioned with sweater-like textured throw pillows.
This master suite's vestibule was designed in a half-elliptical shape, turning it into an intriguing little jewel box. Its graphic styling mimics the building's windows. The artist-built door is made of curved metal and glass.
This modern home features box shapes, long windows and a gray tone which is a beautiful contrast against the natural colors from the surrounding yard. A stone walkway leads from the house through the garden area.
Soft blue hues transform this coastal-themed bedroom into a peaceful oasis. The box window valances carry over the theme to the white wicker twin beds through the pillows while the white desk and wall art allow for design depth and dimension.
To maximize this jewel box of an apartment, designers removed a wall and joined the kitchen and living area. Using the same paint colors throughout for walls, cabinets, baseboards and window frames helped unify the spaces. Kitchen and eating bar countertops are walnut to add warmth.
In the backyard of this midcentury modern home, planter boxes line the windows and the landscaping is kept simple, yet elegant. Limestone decking leads the way to the narrow, elongated pool complete with lounge chairs and a spa for relaxing and enjoying the view.
The focal point of this traditional home office is the large wall of windows framed with a transitional box pleat drapery valance and panels. Two leather chairs with matching leather ottomans provide seating, making the rich tones in caramel, chocolate and wheat the perfect complement to old world charm.