Soft blue subway tiles are a subtle visual surprise as the backsplash of this elegant bathroom. A gold chandelier gives an additional touch of texture and luxury. High-efficiency plumbing fixtures were installed as an eco-friendly measure.
The incredible backyard of this home is truly an oasis: An expansive covered porch has plenty of room for couches, sofas and a dining area. Pull the curtains for added shade or privacy. In the back of the yard waits a shimmering swimming pool.
A pastel palette—pale blues, green and yellow—lets the designer of this contemporary living room play with mixing patterns and eclectic details like the colorful chandelier.
Radiating curb appeal, this beautiful historic home was carefully renovated to protect its charm and architectural details, while also making it more environmentally friendly. Wraparound porches on the upper and lower levels allow residents to enjoy its tropical location.
This large open, living room is inviting and decorative while remaining spacious. The mirrored furniture design features midcentury modern chairs and light gray sofas surrounding a gold coffee table adding a shine to the center of the room. An open wall connects the indoor room to the outdoors stretching the room even farther.
A large open wall connects this indoor living room to the outdoors and gives the already open design room an even more spacious feel. A circular gold coffee table serves as the center of the living room space. Light gray sofas face into the table and a pair of midcentury modern chairs contribute additional seating.
Neutral stone flooring stretches from the french doors of the home, down a small set of stairs and to an outdoor living room space surrounded by vibrant, lush greenery. Neutral cushions on all of the seating compliment the light beige floor tile and neutral home exterior.
Several clever strategies make the most of this small corner kitchen: An island with a butcher block counter makes for easy prep work as well as a casual dining spot; a wine refrigerator tucks neatly underneath. On the adjacent wall, cabinets fill the space floor to ceiling for maximum storage.
A grated brown wall gives privacy to this outdoor shower while allowing it to retain an open feeling. A rain shower head peaks over the top of the wall. The surrounding greenery and turquoise curtains visible through the glass of the french doors add a touch of color to space without overpowering the natural feel.