10,133 italian villa home designs Home Design Photos

BraytonHughes Design Studios
1 Review
main house, pool-guest house, studio-barn, and detached four-car garage. The residence reflects the client’s interest in a home with the traditional character of a Mediterranean villa, developed in a contemporary manner to open the interior of the space and connect it to the beauty of the site.
BraytonHughes Design Studios
italian cypress
“Rustic construction” — Wyheinee Thervil
TruStile Doors
4 Reviews
Tuscan door
Italian villa
Great design, clean lines.
doors through home?...door design
“Let’s move up in price and see what you can get by spending a bit more. Notice that this door has” — Dana Wooldridge
Paddle Creek Design
1 Review
Villa Del Cielo
Villa Del Cielo
Arches; beams; Italian countryside look
Paddle Creek Design...Looks like home
“climbing plant” — akkaplan
John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
An Italian Villa, Carmel, California
The entry hall is designed as a porte-cochere connecting the entry to the inner courtyard. Photography by Russell Abraham
Would you be able to design a door for me? I
ironworkers who can help you with your door. A highly experienced ironworker could develop a design based on images you provide, or a local architect/interior designer specializing in traditional work could produce a design for the ironworker's fabrication. You are likely to find the process very hands on,
Thank you for your inquiry! When we design ironwork, light fixtures, furniture, art glass, mosaics, etc., we typically do so to suit the unique needs of a more comprehensive project in our office. It is regrettably difficult for us to offer the same level of service for such pieces in isolation. That
“love the door and the look” — jaydutta
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
16 Reviews
Grace Design Associates
The clients had built a magnificent Italianate 'villa' with spectacular views of the Santa Barbara coastline. They had assembled an impressive array of garden objects from around the world which were to be incorporated into the gardens. But the challenges were numerous. Object scale had to carefully
Margie Grace - Grace Design Associates
I fell in love with your Asian influence garden design. Would you design gardens in Northern CA?
We'd be delighted to talk with you about designing your garden. Please ring 805-687-3569 and ask for Dawn.
“gsrden” — thenry06
Taylor Lombardo Architects
Tuscan Villa
breakfast island. Is it travertine with a painted design?
The look of the light colored stone on the dark wood island is beautiful. How did the designer achieve the look of the countertop? Stone inserts within the travertine or a painted on design. The laminated edges are marvelous.
Old world italian kitchen
Two islands, hood design
Hood Range Design...Tuscan Villa...above window design...Island design
“general color” — jimhill01
Luv2Dezin LLC - Deziner Tonie - Decorating Den
3 Reviews
European Elegance - Los Angeles California - private residence
Italian villa
Hills Interior Design
Palm Desert Interior Design
riverside interior design
Designer Tonie...Interior Design
Noel Cross+Architects
6 Reviews
Villa Terra
g the need for an air conditioning system. 8. Passive Solar Design Use of extensive east and south facing glass, proper overhangs, high interior mass, deciduous grape vines on appropriately placed trellises, to passively heat the home in winter, and protect the house from unnecessary heat gain in
WHAT MAKES VILLA TERRA GREEN? 1. Rammed Earth and PISE Walls Beyond it’s beautiful qualities and “Old World” look, the rammed earth and PISE walls (pneumatically impacted stabilized earth) drastically reduce the use of trees for the initial wall framing lumber. And because this “Earth Structure” will
to be rebuilt every 50 to 75 years. The 18” thick PISE walls and concrete floors also provide thermal mass, an integral part of the passive solar design of the house. These features help keep the house naturally cooler in summer and retaining heat in winter, greatly reducing the heating and cooling
“All” — Jay
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