The old, cracked driveway has been replaced with stamped concrete that looks like brick, coordinating well with the walkway leading to the porch. The driveway's dark gray border adds an accent that echoes the dark green window casings on the garage and house.
To highlight the Craftsman design of this 1930s home, designers replaced the rotting, yellow siding with contrasting white siding with black trim. This color palette preserves the Southern charm of the historic, Southern home.
Set a little back from the street, this adorably chic home uses a low wall to enclose the front yard, making a slightly more private space and enhancing its entertaining potential. Black paints crisply sets off the windows and front door.
An exterior shot of this tiny slice of paradise showcases the floor-to-ceiling windows and the front door trimmed in white. Semicircular planted areas feature short shrubs that add appeal without taking over the exterior of the house. The black paint is a bold finish against the lush, natural surroundings.
The fire engine red double front doors of this classic home provide a sophisticated contrast to its white and black exterior. Ornamental shrubbery and grasses grow in front of the home in mulched garden beds.
Bright flowers and shrubs line the walkways, which lead to the entry of this lovely home. Black doors, shutters and windowpanes stand out against the bright white wood siding. Rock walls on the outside of the garage add warmth to the exterior.