Underneath the new windows in this Tudor home, a deep Farmhouse sink makes food preparation in this kitchen a breeze.
A wall of windows and glass doors to the backyard allow tons of light into the contemporary kitchen and mid-century dining room. Centered in the kitchen is a large island clad in dark brown butcher block countertop, while the sleek white cabinets are topped with simple gray countertops.
A decorative stone finish over the lower portion of the walls adds texture and intrigue to neutral exterior appeal. Wood framed windows compliment the warm toned roof shingles. A collection of shrubs hugging the home add natural color and life.
Light green shades of tile create a patchwork surround around this built in stainless steel pizza oven. A red striped floor mat adds a spot of vibrant color over the hardwood floor. Clerestory windows let in natural light to keep the space bright and highlight the stainless steel details.
A large center island provides extra counter space and storage in this Craftsman kitchen. One of the main goals for the kitchen remodel was to create more of an open feeling that would flow from one room to the next, as well as connect to the backyard.
Large marble tiles make up the patio floor in the backyard of this lovely Italian villa home. A raised border surrounds the in ground swimming pool with built in tile seating. The scenic view gives a gorgeously spacious feel to the serene backyard.
The warm, inviting kitchen opens up to a pretty blue dining room, creating an easy flow through the main areas of the home. Beautiful architectural details, like the structured columns and room dividers, add to the Craftsman feel of space.
The inner courtyard now has the visual focus of a fireplace. The fireplace design complements the historic design of the home. The fireplace is accented with encaustic tiles and flanked by traditional “banco” benches. With this design, the delineation between exterior and interior spaces is obscured.
This family-friendly kitchen features a large island topped by a row of beautiful and functional pendant lights. A built-in desk puts the home office right at the heart of the house, and a walk-in pantry is ultra-convenient. Transom windows and crown molding are traditional architectural details that fit the style of the house.
Yellow walls and natural light form the skylight create a sunny look in this traditional kitchen. A wood island with neutral granite countertop provides extra space for food prep and meals while leaving open floor space to maneuver through the room.
A long island houses a butcher block countertop, handy storage for cookbooks and barstools for eating or chatting with the cook. The stainless steel range hood, which runs the length of the island, provides integrated task lighting. A built-in bar area has open shelving for glassware, wine refrigerator, backlit wine racks and a flat-screen TV.
Ivy-covered walls and a stone entryway gate with rustic wooden doors makes a grand first impression to this Tuscan villa. In the center of the gravel driveway is a beautiful grouping of ornamental grasses and a tree, while small trees planted in oversized urns line the wall.
This 1926 Spanish Colonial Revival residence was rehabilitated and an addition added to create livable family areas, master bedroom suite, better indoor-outdoor living and an artist’s studio. To reinforce the Spanish Colonial design style, deep archways, Malibu tile, wrought iron and stain glass details are incorporated. The additions were placed on the back of the home to maintain the home's historic character curb appeal.