10,168 Mexico Home Design Photos

David Howell Design
3 Reviews
Mexico House
Ideabooks549
Questions0
Mexico house deck & stairs for 2nd story deck view idea
House in Mexico again......Mexico House
“EXTERIOR” — 26joewho6
David de la Luz
Agave parryi
Ideabooks1,288
Questions1
Parry Agave (Agave parryi) Native to Arizona, New Mexico and northern Mexico Parry agave’s glaucous gray leaves and dark spiny tips add drama
LuzSaveEmail Parry Agave (Agave parryi) Native to Arizona, New Mexico and northern Mexico Parry agave’s glaucous gray leaves and dark spiny tips add drama
Parry Agave (Agave parryi) Native to Arizona, New Mexico and northern Mexico Parry agave’s glaucous gray leaves and dark spiny tips add drama
Parry Agave native to Arizona, New Mexico, Mexico
Parry Agave(Agave parryi) Native to Arizona, New Mexico and northern MexicoParry agave’s glaucous gray leaves and dark spiny tips add drama
“Zone 4” — Kara
House + House Architects
33 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks6,729
Questions6
colors, especially bright pink, purple, or turquoise say "Mexico" without screaming "MEXICO!" It's the swaying palms and cobbled streets, minus the tequila
new mexico inspired
“good contrast with clay” — michellehp
PAVONETTI Office of Design
Garden St. Residence
Ideabooks2,377
Questions3
supply officer on a ship. Holly and Shane bought the chandelier for $85 in Mexico; the moose antlers they picked up in Michigan; and the blue chair and rug
supply officer on a ship. Holly and Shane bought the chandelier for $95 in Mexico; the moose antlers they picked up in Michigan; and the blue chair and rug
“Windows” — Jack Betts
Bonterra Building & Design
Fredericksburg Cottage
Ideabooks5,968
Questions5
about anywhere in the house. The carved stone is Riviera Beige Cantera from Mexico. “The fireplace is big for the house, but it makes a great focal point,”
“table behind couch” — scbebo
Elad Gonen
1 Review
living room
Ideabooks3,243
Questions11
were brought by the boatload (literally) by the Emperor to his palace in Mexico City. Damasks and flowers in golds and pastels adorned numerous rooms in
palace. These classic patterns were integrated into many high-end homes in Mexico through the end of the 19th century.
“curved sides. scalloped back. carved wood. damask fabric ( tone-on-tone). see underneath. how 'bout.” — sheilahouston
House + House Architects
33 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks3,451
Questions2
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“rod iron” — pamgum
Felhandler/ Steeneken Architects
5 Reviews
Entry Stair Hall with marble floor
Ideabooks6,151
Questions8
staircases. Prior to the influence of the French, most standard homes in Mexico consisted of a single level — ranch style. Multiple levels and large, grand
palaces and chateaus alike, and as the French population began to grow in Mexico, these fixtures were implemented into the architecture of new homes.
“medalion” — nmaikhanh
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