The exterior of this modern home features a sleek brick-and-wood facade with a metal roof and dark, updated trim. A walkway of pavers lends design distinction to the front path, while gravel beds fit with the home's mod aesthetic.
The welcoming facade of this modern home is a dichotomy -- it's both symmetrical (the shape of the structure) and asymmetrical (the beautifully unbalanced distribution of windows and design elements). A combination of warm wood, metal and glass create a nuanced feel; ornamental grasses and plants bring life and color to the area.
The exterior of this modern home brings together industrial and nature. The concrete facade offers an understated contrast to the surrounding natural landscaping and views, while the wood awning ties the two together.
Stone facade walls and exposed wood ceiling beams encase this cozy dining space. Plantation shutter windows give a sense of openness to the living room. Recessed lighting, chandelier, and wall sconces provide a warm glow to the room.
A detached garage with wood shingle facade painted in white evokes the look of a carriage house and echoes the style of the adjacent French country-style home. Above the garage is a small guest apartment with a balcony from which to enjoy views of the wooded property in Atlanta, Georgia.
This San Francisco-area street slopes down to a modern wood and glass home that's ideally suited to its site. The wood facade incorporates elements of the rugged terrain, while a stepped design takes maximum advantage of the unique lot.
Grass peeking from between floating concrete stairs integrates nature seamlessly and beautifully into the entry of this modern home. Metal, glass, wood and stone work together to create a nuanced yet calming home appearance.
Simple and elegant is the look in this guest bathroom. A modern vanity keeps things looking sleek and neat, while its wood facade warms the otherwise neutral space. A long, trough sink add functionality, and the gray tile in the shower continues the clean, sleek look in the space. A large window in the shower area lets in plenty of natural light to help this neutral bathroom feel a bit more light.