26,084 italian Home Design Photos

Pool Environments, Inc.
16 Reviews
Elegant
Ideabooks9,690
Questions8
They look like Italian Cypress. Warning: they can grow VERY tall.
“They look like Italian Cypress. Warning: they can grow VERY tall.” “Yes, they are Italian Cypress.” “pavers - Calico Limestone random Rectangles. Tree - Italian Cypress” “italian cypress, pool shape, wall fountain” “Elegant pool with Italian pines” “Pool ideas - Italian villa.” “Italian Cypress, Palmetto
Palmetto plantings” “Pool with Italian cypresses” “Crazy Italian Trees lol” “Italian Cypress”
“Love the ledge” — wischmama
Greg Newton Photography
Portfolio
Ideabooks5,348
Questions3
nice English house (Renaissance style from the Picturesque movement considered an Italianate). Italianate and Gothic revival styles were meant to be less formal than other Renaissance styles
despite the name, Italianate fashion reflected a slightly less formal aesthetic, as you can see here in the rusticated exterior walls. Italianate and Gothic revival styles are considered to be part of the Picturesque movement and are meant to be slightly less formal than other Renaissance styles.
Italianate. In this modest but elegant British home, decorative brackets under wide eaves and a belt line establish its identity, along with detailed moldings around the windows. An intimately proportioned classical entrance surround exhibits the signature Renaissance arch. A native English style despite
“Idea for exterior” — pdkvpi
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
7 Reviews
Lee Ann Marienthal Gardens
Ideabooks4,586
Questions5
Italian Cypress tress which are hardy in USDA zones 7-11
Nice hedge border with Italian cypresses
Italian cypress; patio; orange
row of italian cypress
Italian cypress trees
Italian cypress as divider
In contrast, these Italian cypress trees (Cupressus sempervirens, zones 7 to 10) create a different feeling. Their narrow, upright forms infuse the space with energy, especially
Italian trees!!!!!...Italian cypress
“Tree on the rhs and grass” — aloera76
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Avila Valley Estate
Ideabooks2,181
Questions3
Italian cypress trees & Elijah grass nice ideas for down at garage--drought tolerant.
Italian Cypress, straddling windows instead of garage
Gate and italian cypress
random italian cypress
Nice Italian cypresses
italian cypress trees
Nice tiny tower Italian cypresses
Italian and color of house
Italian Cypress
“in a stucco wall like ours will be” — Miriam Spencer
Melissa Miranda Interior Design
4 Reviews
Converted Carriage House
Ideabooks2,956
Questions10
Try Valspar's Italian Ice.
Valspar Italian Ice
Try Valspar's Italian Ice.
Valspar Italian ice
modern italian - like rug
valspar,italian ice on walls
Valspar Italian Ice...italian ice
“Valspar Italian Ice” — justinedang
Missouri Botanical Garden
Parsley
Ideabooks347
Questions0
Italian (Flat-Leaf) Parsley Botanical name: Petroselinum crispum USDA zones: N/A; treat as an annual Water requirement: Medium to moist, well-drained soil Light requirement: Full sun to partial shade Mature size: 9 to 12 inches high and wide
Italian (Flat-Leaf) Parsley Botanical name: Petroselinum crispum USDA zones: N/A; treat as an annual Water requirement: Medium to moist, well-drained soil
Italian Parsley in Container with Flowers
Italian (Flat-Leaf) Parsley Parsley isn’t just garnish for your plate. It’s a mild-tasting herb that works well in many
Italian (Flat-Leaf) Parsley Botanical name: Petroselinum crispum USDA zones: N/A; treat as an annual Water requirement:
Fall or early spring in warm-winter climates; after the last frost date in spring in colder climatesFavorites: Dark Green Italian, Gigante d’Italia (Giant Italian), Single Italian, Titan (flat leaf); Extra Curled, Favorit, Forest Green, Moss Curled, Triple Cured (curly leaf)
“Parsley” — rmfortier
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
New Orleans Estate
Ideabooks10,477
Questions8
New Orleans Estate “ItalianateItalianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often inspired by country villas from the Old World. These homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style villas. The arches of traditional”
“For those of you who are lucky enough to have visited the Garden District in New Orleans, the first kind of house that may come to mind may be an Italianate Victorian like this one. Because of all of the ornate detailing, houses like this one are often referred to as wedding-cake houses.”
ItalianateItalianate Victorian homes were considered a blend of formal and classical styles, and were often inspired by country villas from the Old World. These homes were built in rectangular sections to imitate the look of Italian-style villas. The arches of traditional
“Nice” — hongquang
Secret Gardens
Longueville
Ideabooks1,716
Questions4
Thanks for your question. It is an Italian sandstone available from Euro Marble.
Italian sandstone available from Euro Marble
italian sandstone tile
Italian sandstone from Euro Marble
italian sandstone patio
Italian sandstone...Italian sanstone
“Canopy” — stirling108
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