In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and Pantone’s color of the year, Greenery, we have gathered a collection of home design photography with green hues! “A refreshing and revitalizing shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings”.
According to Pantone, greenery is nature’s neutral. Incorporate greenery as an exterior home plan accent color on trim or gables. Deeper shades of green combined with earthy tones creates a house plan that blends with its natural surroundings. Inside your home plan, use different shades and intensities of green to create a diverse style that is serene and inviting.
Home products round-up for The Cedar Court home plan 5004!
We recently received new photography of The Cedar Court built by Bobby Cannon Homes. The builder and homeowner were kind enough to provide us a list of specific exterior and interior home products they selected for this dream home plan located on Lake Martin in Alabama.
If you’ve ever wondered about the counter-tops or paint colors you see in our home plan photography, you are not alone! Questions about specific products seen in photos on our website or social media sites are some of our most frequently asked questions. We are excited to share some of the home products used in this gorgeous lake house!
This custom designed estate home elegantly combines stone, arched windows, and stunning exterior details under its formidable hip roof. A home that lacks for nothing, The Wedgewood is full of luxuries.
A thoughtful arrangement of public and private spaces results in this family-friendly design with a total of five bedrooms, including the bedroom/study. Special ceiling details and built-in niches display custom style in this Craftsman ranch, which features a large kitchen with prep island and pantry, a three car garage with plenty of storage, and an oversized utility room. The master suite includes huge walk-in closets and a windowed sitting room.
As many homeowners seek to reduce their environmental impact when purchasing new houseplans through energy efficient appliances, solar panels, and utilizing eco-friendly building materials like bamboo, sustainable landscaping is also gaining popularity. Xeriscaping is a type of landscaping and gardening that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental water from irrigation. Pronounced “zeer-i-scape,” it’s a combination of two Greek words: “xeros” (dry) and “scape” (view). At Modernize , they love the benefits of xeriscaping and how you can incorporate elements of this ecologically sustainable landscaping into the outdoor space of houseplans.