178 spanish courtyards homes Deck Design Photos

Sunshine Coast Home Design
6 Reviews
Island Cottage
Design by: SunshineCoastHomeDesign.com
Sunshine Coast Home Design
“pergola and hammock” — dugan922
Angus Mackenzie Architect
North Bondi House
The house was originally a single story face brick home, which was ‘cut in half’ to make two smaller residences. It is on a triangular corner site, and is nestled in between a unit block to the South, and large renovated two storey homes to the West. The owners loved the original character of the house
Love this door! Incredibly cool, would have to be triple pane to work back home, looonnnggg, winters
“Steps and lighting” — cyndystone
4 Reviews
Beaver Lake Retreat by Design Guild Homes
Beaver Lake Retreat by Design Guild Homes
“style of furnishings” — santella2
Jackson Design & Remodeling
8 Reviews
California Contemporary
I like the way the created pots for the bamboo to create privacy from the large home next door...
Take it outsideA love of the latest materials and design extends to the outside space in a contemporary home. Here, a built-in bench has striking wooden seating extending out, creating bold lines in this small garden. A bespoke table matches the timber and
“bench” — mikepatio
Leslie Arnold Architecture
3 Reviews
Telegraph Hill Residence
This home was a mid century modern house that we updated while working to keep the original character. The brick is original and actually extends down to the street entry level. The space you are seeing in this photo is the entry courtyard, very unusual for a San Francisco home, and creates a real sense
“upstairs balcony ideas” — Bieney Corpuz
Paul Davis Architects
2 Reviews
Newport Beach Residence
Silvara courtyard 2nd floor exterior fireplace
built wall to close out neighbours homes
The roof decks are screened from neighbors by a two-story natural-color stucco wall. The wall is a seamless part of the home's design; it provides adequate privacy without feeling awkward. General contractor: Rick Henricksen, Pridemark ContractorsInterior design: Cheryl BurkePhotography: Art Gray
“Chimenea on the roof” — luisguerrerof
Auhaus Architecture
Bluff House rear deck
two window lined up to see straight through the home
of the shape of an unfinished question mark. The curved wall opens up the deck area and provides a point of difference to the straight lines of the homes exterior.EXPERT TIP: “The correct curve or circle will make you feel safe and protected such as when seating is located within the inner radius of a
“Outdoor sitting area” — yvonnesegda
Ted Mason Signature Homes
The Central Park
Ted Mason Signature Homes
clever courtyard
“Patio” — Janie Shea
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