21,950 Desert Clay Home Design Photos

Desert Crest, LLC
21 Reviews
Belgard Pavers Back Yard Patio
Desert Crest, LLC
Desert Crest, LLC
“shade” — efrain herrera
Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
The Hideaway
private residence at their golf community, ‘The Hideaway’ in La Quinta, California. However, we had to keep in mind that we were still designing for a desert lifestyle, which meant an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living and capturing the spectacular views of the golf course and neighboring mountains,” Stolz
grout color (overgrout technique) Architect: South Coast Architects Website: www.southcoastarchitects.com Builder: Andrew Pierce Corporation, Palm Desert, CA Website: www. andrewpiercecorp.com Mason: RAS Masonry, Inc. Bob Serna, Corona, CA Phone: 760-774-0090 Photography: Eric Figge Photography,
“Eldorado stone, cypress ridge, color orchard” — kimmyg522
Morningside Architects LLP
5 Reviews
Landscape Responsive
desert house
desert landscape...desert views
“This informal adobe kitchen is tucked behind a partial wall with the ability to still engage the din” — Morningside Architects LLP
Masterpiece Design Group
11 Reviews
Great Room
The overall (Background) wall color is Color Wheel 8222W "Desert Fawn", and the Wall Detail featured in this great room consists of Color Life (Color Wheel Brand) CL2326A "New Denim Blue" with flat stock trim moulding
Paint color- Desert Fawn
Desert Fawn Wall Color
“Couch” — cynthiat
Edward Ogosta Architecture
Four Eyes House - Coachella Valley
Modern residential architecture in the Coachella Valley and California Desert
A great concept for indoor/outdoor desert living.
“The floor” — Jason Raciti
Santa Rita Landscaping, Inc.
Tucson Oasis
sonoran desert
lovely well integrated desert backyard
“yard” — rblute
Cullum Homes and Renovations
17 Reviews
Desert Mountain Custom
Desert Mountain Custom
desert mountain
“roof pergola” — myhr2004
Soloway Designs Inc.
37 Reviews
Desert Contemporary 751
glass and steel entry reinforces the flow from outside to inside by providing views into the Great Room, and though its rear window walls, to the desert canyon beyond.
Desert Contemporary 751
Desert Contemporary
“see thru to back front door” — docash
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