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Estate-Size Home with Stone Facade, Five-Car Garage
Lush landscaping and dramatic outdoor lighting play up the elegance of this Tennessee estate-size home. The property features a stone facade and a sweeping view of a nearby lake and golf course, as well as a five-car garage.
Relaxing Poolside Sitting Area With a Tropical View
This pool and patio area features neutral Terrazzo tiles and brown wicker furniture with lime green cushions. The nearby outdoor kitchen boasts a stainless steel range hood, grill and refrigerator positioned in front of a floral accent wall, while tropical plants surround the outdoor space, offering a bit of natural privacy.
Before a home makeover, this home had a tiny front porch and narrow, steep stairs. The home's transformation included the building of an extended deck across the front of the house. Now the home's entrance feels fresh and inviting.
This traditional craftsman home boasts a spacious deck area with medium brown wood planks and a curved white railing. A white pergola is positioned over a black metal dining set, providing a comfortable spot for enjoying the outdoors.
Modern Home Exterior With Bright Orange Front Door
This modern home's brown, orange and white exterior color palette gives off a retro feel. A natural rock bed surrounds concrete pavers that lead to the bright orange front door. On the opposite end of the home, glass doors provide access to a covered patio with a small stone wall.
Tall steps lead to the front door of this modern San Francisco-area home, which is custom-fitted to its sloped urban lot. The home's wood, glass and metal facade is clean and streamlined, and broad windows offer a glimpse of the modern interior.
Colorful Outdoor Patio With Brown Wicker Furniture Set
This newly renovated outdoor patio features a lively coastal style, as seen in the bright green furniture cushions and bold red flower wall hanging. The blue stucco exterior lends an ocean vibe, while neutral stone patio tiles finish off the look of the space.
This isn't two homes -- it's one! The architect used two colors of red cedar in designing the structure, which is nestled in the hills above San Francisco Bay. Massive windows allow the homeowners to take in the incredible views, while plants-a-plenty still allow for privacy and solace.
This home boasts a warm, sun-washed exterior and flat roofline for a classic Southwestern look. Bold colored patio furniture brightens the pool deck and provides shaded space for relaxation after a swim in the pool or dip in the hot tub.