A row of square, fluted columns leads the eye down the hallway and toward a built-in bar in this secluded, luxury home in California's Lake Arrowhead community. The 6,700-square-foot, Tudor-style house has soaring ceilings, paneled walls and large picture windows that bring in natural light.
Twin columns stand at the front of this outdoor space, with weathered wood that evokes a sense of history and place. As guests descend the stone steps towards the pool, they can hold tight to a custom handrail that was designed to mimic vines.
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.
A sleek tasting table is constructed with the same wood as the structural column it wraps for a seamless design. The small table offers a convenient spot for taste-testing wines from the adjacent wine room.
As seen on Fixer Upper, this home's outside appearance was transformed by adding an all-new facade with post-and-beam construction, a full wraparound porch, new metal roof and natural wood columns and support beams.
A low angle photo accentuates the beautiful shapes in this open, bright foyer. A decorative crystal chandelier hangs down over the beginning of the staircase. The stairs turn and travel up lined with wood columns and handrail. A dark painted ceiling section adds depth to the design and compliments the gray walls of the first floor.
Hints of purple, gray and black pop out from the stair runner complimenting the gray walls and the first floor rug. A tufted bench pulls out the purple for a rich accent color in the foyer. Wooden handrails and columns travel up and turn with the staircase at the accent wall covered in a subtly patterned gray wallpaper.
A gorgeous crystal chandelier mixes a warm glow with the natural light in this grand, open foyer. The fixture adds a flair of sophistication perfectly suited for the light gray walls, traditional column stair design and lovely ceiling embellishments.
On HGTV's Fixer Upper, this shotgun home was totally transformed from the inside out. The house itself was moved from one location to another and the area on top was extended to create a loft area. The home features new windows, front porch, brick skirt and attractive landscaping.
This beautiful open foyer connects the first floor to the second floor seamlessly with tall, charcoal gray walls and wood columns lining the staircase and upper balcony. A chandelier gives off warm lighting and decorates the open air space. A runner covering the stairs compliments the gray walls and ties in hints of black, white and purple for added color.
Identical stone columns and a charming wood gate invite visitors to step inside this sprawling Virginia estate. Follow the granite cobble driveway past the lawn and take in views of the local vegetation.
Dark wood columns, railings and exposed ceiling beams define this second-floor landing in a contemporary beach home. A unique ceiling light fixture draws the eye up to where exposed beams intersect in the vaulted ceiling.
This stunning living room borrows from French country style in creating an updated traditional feel. Unique features include the concrete columns that have been faux finished to reflect saw-cut travertine. Tea-stained walls add depth to the space, yet another special addition to this well-appointed room.