Mediterranean Home Design Photos
Mercury Mosaics and Tile
Large Hexagons - 96 Chestnut Designer Emily Pueringer brought this ensuite bathroom to life with warmth, pattern, and natural elements. Our handmade tile adorns this space with terracotta goodness and beautiful depth.
A dark office in the center of the house was turned into this cozy library. We opened the space up to the living room by adding another large archway. The custom bookshelves have beadboard backing to match original boarding we found in the house.. The library lamps are from Rejuvenation.
Joseph Spierer Architects, Inc.
Soft light reveals every fine detail in the custom cabinetry, illuminating the way along the naturally colored floor patterns. This view shows the arched floor to ceiling windows, exposed wooden beams, built in wooden cabinetry complete with a bar fridge and the 30 foot long sliding door that opens to the outdoors.
Agence MORVANT & MOINGEON Paysagistes Concepteurs
Cedar Hot Tubs UK
98 Canyon Creek Irvine, CA 92603 by the Canaday Group. For a private tour, call Lee Ann Canaday 949-249-2424
Hideaway, Le Marche - San Marino, Italy A historical Hideaway. Image courtesy on the realtor, Leo Trippi. A well-hidden place where the spirit finds its peace, nested between the Romagna, the Marches and Tuscany. Entering the gate, one leaves behind the pace of chaotic lives, and abandons itself to the joy of living of this ancient land. It is meant to be understood as a site of experience, where nature, culture, history and pleasure are elevated to the centre of things in order to finally rediscover it in oneself. A sort of “back to the simplicity”, aiming to dedicate oneself to observation and drawing from it valuable experiences for one’s life. Each of the three houses presents itself as an unexpected world in its own right, closed in on itself and yet a harmonious part of the whole, waiting to be enlivened by lively laughter, animated conversation and playfulness. This territory is a paradise for lovers of nature and the great outdoors. The sheer variety of places and landscapes enables visitors to take excursions on foot, on horseback or by mountain bike. History and architecture enthusiasts can follow an itinerary of strongholds and castles dotted around the area. Lovers of gourmet food will discover a full range of traditional dishes and quality local produce all year round. The rich variety of museums enables exploration into the rural arts, medieval architecture, archaeological finds and contemporary art.
Lewis / Schoeplein architects
Gary Keith Jackson Design Inc.
Bruce Glass Photography
Performance Kitchens & Home
Voted best of Houzz 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017! Since 1974, Performance Kitchens & Home has been re-inventing spaces for every room in the home. Specializing in older homes for Kitchens, Bathrooms, Den, Family Rooms and any room in the home that needs creative storage solutions for cabinetry. We offer color rendering services to help you see what your space will look like, so you can be comfortable with your choices! Our Design team is ready help you see your vision and guide you through the entire process! Photography by: Juniper Wind Designs LLC
The Tourmaline by Home Builder Alvarez Homes, Tampa, Florida (813) 969-3033. Photography by Jorge Alvarez
Craig Wickersham Inc
Brick barrel vault ceiling in kitchen, custom mill-work, custom wood floor with stone inlay
KM Builders/ Remodeling redesigned the kitchen in this luxury home built circa 1965. Upon project inception, and despite the fact that the home had already received many upgrades, the kitchen was still original construction. The owners wished to have a modern open concept design with a slight Tuscan feel. In addition, they wanted added space in the attached breakfast area. KM redesigned the kitchen in its entirety. It was enlarged to include a spacious working island with soapstone counter and a travertine sink. The custom cabinets are a rustic cherry finish with a pillow edge raised panel accented by undercabinet lighting. They are also equipped with soft-close motion hardware and an array of hidden pull out drawers for kitchen gadgets. The Breakfast area was enlarged by building an addition complete with a new standing seam metal roof. This was achieved by encompassing a portion of an adjacent, large, naturally landscaped area. The Kitchen and Breakfast are joined by a softly dramatic, beautiful boveda ceiling with a faux brick finish and concealed lighting. Two unique features worth mention are a hidden safe inside one of the kitchen cabinets to fill a home security need and an unambiguous pull-out desk, cleverly hidden as part of one of the cabinet walls. Photography Credit goes to Jason Roberts of jasonrobertsphotography.com.
Mediterranean Home Design Photos