17,578 Faucet from Spain Home Design Photos

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mediterranean retreat in palo alto
Ideabooks2,495
Questions3
Love the fountain. Where is it from?
This reminds me so much of Granada Spain. I could see this floor treatment around our St. Anne's fountian
how I imagine the walkway from the garages to the house.
“fuente” — blancamata
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Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
14 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks2,264
Questions6
What was the name from the source you used.
Hi, This is a series of stacked four inch tall 1x material. The cabinets are from Crystal Cabinets. -Case Design/Remodeling Inc.
“Countertop” — michsch
DLFstudio
1 Review
Jackson House
Ideabooks2,443
Questions3
Love the vent hood, where is this from?
Porcelanosa on State College Blvd. (near Ball Road). It is a Spain company carried all morden stuff I love. A little bit pricy though.
Hello Soniaxu, The cabinets are actually glass cabinets (doors at least) by an Italian company we bought them from.
“hood” — Tammy Dunn
Simbiosi
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
Ideabooks1,304
Questions0
considered invasive in your area. Russian sage is used in xeriscape gardens but can handle some light watering — limiting watering might even prevent it from spreading. Plant it in dry, well-drained soil.
Gravel as a base or mulch, with grasses and rocks emerging from the stone.
your landscape by taking a close look at their textures. Many gardens have zones with slightly different soil types. This garden in L’Ametlla de Mar, Spain, has drought-tolerant plantings that thrive in the coarse sandy soil of the coastal region.
“Soil types” — 1redscooter
magpie painting
13 Reviews
Marin Decorators Showcase House, Faux tile mural
Ideabooks2,000
Questions3
Very nice and colorful. From what culture is this pattern found?
Many different inspirations. My partner and I looked at patterns from dishes, rugs, gates etc. and came up with our own design.
Tiles that remind us of Spain and Morocco
“Blue paint color” — shaulalm
Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks10,075
Questions6
Does anyone know where the side table and bench came from?
These are antique parfieulle tiles which are salvaged ceiling tiles typically found in France, Italy or Spain. There are new ones available hand finished similar to the originals.
terra cotta flooring....a version of pictures from my phone
“coving, windows” — annechen05
Perrone Construction
12 Reviews
4011 Higel Siesta Key
Ideabooks2,776
Questions5
Looking to the outdoor dining room from the family room, notice the fully pocketing sliding glas doors. Greg Wilson
except for the strong gold-spain like look, I do like the tile idea that goes out to the patio with the retrackable doors
Continuation of materials from inside to out
“Track doors” — maryjbanks
Spry Architecture
10 Reviews
Black House (Steinman Renovation)
Ideabooks3,480
Questions6
I am finishing a house in Spain and part of the exterior is dark grey, I am worried about fading and cracking of the paint in the areas more expose to sun. How you solve these problems
Typical exterior paint from Dunn Edwards.
Front entry path from street.
“Spotlights on plants” — tawny_owen
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