Front Yard Pictures From HGTV Urban Oasis 2015

With layers of gray hues, lush plants and a lounge-worthy front porch, this front yard is overflowing with curb appeal.

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Daniel Pratt

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Daniel Pratt

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Photo By: Daniel Pratt

Photo By: Daniel Pratt

Photo By: Daniel Pratt

Photo By: Daniel Pratt

Photo By: Sarah Dorio

Bungalow Style

Classic bungalow appeal with a modern twist and thoughtful landscaping gives this home a contemporary look that sets the stage for the rest of the home’s urban style. “The bungalow lifestyle is set back into nature and it’s cozy,” says interior designer Brian Patrick Flynn.

Fancy Fencing

Native plants were chosen to line the wooden and wire fence, an eye-catching modification on the classic picket fence.

Don’t Miss the Garage

This charming driveway leads to a one car garage with plenty of room for sporting goods and art supplies.

Lush Greenery

Well-placed greenery throughout the landscaping frames the house in a gorgeous botanical border, which adds to the overall curb appeal.

Friendly Neighborhood

This urban bungalow is located in one of the hottest neighborhoods in Asheville, NC where you can walk within a few blocks to cafes, yoga studio and a variety of locally-owned hot spots. 

Intimate Details

Privacy curtains in a colorful striped pattern add layers of style and sophistication.

Go Gray

This gracious front entrance is flanked by lofted beams and new siding in variations of charcoal gray. 

Packed With Color

“Asheville is super, and everybody is one-of-a-kind,” says Brian. “It’s a very artistic place and it’s edgy, and there’s a huge art and music community. So overall, in and outside of the house, there’s a ton of color.”

Curb Appeal

Modern house numbers are a fun touch that make a big statement and ensure guests can always find their way.

All-Weather Materials

A traditional outdoor sofa, designed with durable teak, is the focal feature on this cozy porch. 

Playful Patterns

Fashioned from durable outdoor fabrics, pillows in the home's blue and purple color palette deliver a stylish look.

Playful Rope Chair

Relax in style on the front porch in a hanging rope chair outfitted in a coordinating plaid pillow and drum side table.  

Classic Craftsman

Coinciding with most homes in the Craftsman style, this porch is reinforced with thick square columns and stone porch supports.

Clever Kayak Storage

HGTV Urban Oasis 2015 makes outdoor living easy, with design elements that accommodate an active lifestyle to include kayaks mounted on the side of the home.

Functional Fencing

The fence is as functional as it is stylish, providing the perfect outdoor retreat for the family pets.

Charming Walkway

A stone walkway is a simple, rustic addition to the front yard that adds character and plays into the home’s North Carolina charm.

Stylish Entryway

With a custom craftsman door, the front porch offers easy access to the great room.

Layers of Hues

The gray hues on the lofted ceiling adds a hint of interest and texture in a calm, subtle way.

Mix and Match

River rock dominates the landscaping, and lush plants add layers of softness.

Arts and Crafts Aesthetic

When choosing outdoor furnishings, “I wanted to make sure it was something that actually gels with bungalow architecture,” explains Brian, “which is Arts and Crafts and laid back.”

A Shady Spot

Wherever possible, soft florals were incorporated. The home is nestled into a quaint property, taking advantage of a mixture of shade and sunshine.

Corner Windows

Large windows on the corner of the home allow for views from the guest bedroom straight through to the front yard and beyond.

Inviting Architecture

Landscape elements were chosen to accentuate architectural features and meld with the surrounding trees.