Covered and enclosed on three sides, this outdoor room links to the rest of the home via sliding doors in both the dining and living rooms. When nights get chilly, a pellet stove heater in the corner warms the space.
Designers used their own mix of Benjamin Moore's "Deep Forest Green" and black to contrast with the lacy white railings and brackets. This dark green color also allows the lower base of the house to fade into the trees, creating the illusion of a tree house.
In addition to this home's main floors, there's also a finished basement level that adds 600 square feet to the overall living space. Off the back of the upper floor, a deck overlooks lawn and countryside views.
HGTV Dream Home 2019 blends naturally with the mountain scenery of Whitefish, Montana by using a color palette of greens, greys, and browns on the exterior of the home that evokes the area’s mountains and forests.
This Craftsman-style home was designed with "green" features and functionalities throughout. The variations in the roofline and beautiful exterior color choices, “Renwick Olive" and ”Accessible Beige" bring out the Arts and Crafts charm in the exterior. The stone veneer facade creates a cohesive look throughout the landscape.
On the exterior, the house's split level design helps visually tie it to its neighbors. The lowest point of one roof meets the neighboring home's roof line. Building over the four car garage and crawl space, the owners maximize storage and workshop space.