A pool brings the coastal feel needed to truly emulate the Mediterranean style. Look at how relaxed and casual the patio set is and how crisp white matches with the other neutrals, accentuating them.
This is a beautiful yet simple Mediterranean-inspired entrance. The exotic trees help the pintoresque design in creating the Mediterranean look.
This Mediterranean house was built in 1923. The corridor ties together Venetian plaster arched walls, Spanish tiles, and deep burgundy hues. The chandeliers cast a warm shadow in the adobe walls, and small tables display the homeowner's antiques.
Designed by Lombardo Architects in San Francisco, this romantic entrance's very simple design speaks volumes of the Mediterranean style. It has the right palette (neutrals, lavender, green) and the right architectural features.
The bull-nose edges are the quintessential characteristic of Mediterranean décor. I think is a very pleasing and romantic feature that is embraced here by the flowers and curvy banisters.
This country estate is located in a romantic chardonnay vineyard. It was designed with a Mediterranean villa in mind and resembles many coastal houses from southern France and Italy.
What a hidden jewel... This idyllic secluded spot displays all the Mediterranean splendor. My favorite part is the tiny balcony on top.
This is the main entrance to the country estate mentioned above. The Mediterranean feel is very evident. I love the rustic construction and plentifulness of colorful flowers.