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Green and White Exterior and Sea View
The one-and-a-half acres making up this remarkable property sit on a bluff overlooking the Caribbean in St. Barts. The buildings—there are eight in all—represent the classic Caribbean architecture: white wood shingle sides topped with a green roof.
Painting the shutters and front door black on this traditional home creates a visual rhythm. The white picket fence and stone columns framing the white gate provide a beautiful frame for this well manicured yard.
This Northern California residence shows characteristics of neotraditonal community design, in which broad front porches replace front-loading garages to encourage interaction among neighbors. This planning philosophy tries to recapture a bygone era of neighborhood design.
From the water, the view of this 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach estate is pristine and spectacular. An arched portico runs along the rear central wing of the home, which was built in 1937 in the Mediterranean Revival style. The property has undergone an extensive renovation to turn it into a great space for modern living and entertaining.
Wood gates and latticework add warmth to the concrete walls surrounding this contemporary home. The surrounding fence provides privacy while still allowing the grandeur of the home to be visible. A variety of trees keep the sleek architecture from looking cold and instead create a welcoming vibe to this beautiful home.
Island-style design elements like deep balconies and rich wood soffits combine with more contemporary features like a flat roofline with a large overhang at this stunning Florida home. The look is fresh, bright and unique.
With limited space along the front façade of this home, every space that could contain plants became a planter. Framing the house with soft edges include a Japanese Maple and a Magnolia, boxwood globes, bacopa and carex grass.
Tropical Outdoor Room With Papasan-Inspired Chairs
Designer Anna Williams created this outdoor living area to be practical with an air of tropical luxury. A contemporary outdoor sofa anchors the space, while the round papasan-inspired chairs are easy to reposition. A sturdy wood coffee table and ceramic side tables provide plenty of space for entertaining.
A golden yellow stucco exterior pairs with grand white columns and a red tile roof for a Mediterranean-inspired look. Rich blue accents add vibrant color to the white deck, and palm trees add tropical flair.
A rustic elegance defines a host of outdoor patios and covered terraces that flank the home, including this comfortable lounge with an outdoor fireplace. Open-air living is a must in this waterfront hacienda.
Subtle features on this home's front exterior steer it towards contemporary instead of traditional. Minimal, modern landscaping, no ornamentation and sleek sconces framing the front door give the exterior a contemporary vibe.
White Contemporary Home Exterior With Angled Roof, Small Covered Porch and Open Yard
An open yard surrounding this house creates a spacious exterior design. Levels in the architecture and the angled roof sections give the house an artistic look. The white siding shines bright against the dark roof and natural surroundings.