927 spanish courtyards homes Entry Design Photos

Susan Newell Custom Home Builder, Inc.
Susan Newell Custom Home Builder, Inc.
Susan Newell Custom Home Builder, Inc.
Century old entry door covers the second access door to the front facade of this historic looking brand new custom home. Photograph by Art Russell
Susan Newell Custom Home Builder, Inc.
dedicated to beautiful doors around the world. Why not take a cue from your favorite place and include a little Indian scrollwork or Moroccan filigree, or Spanish colonial peeling paint?
build, you can explore the possibilities, maybe go to a few antiques fairs and salvage yards. It can be a great way to add some oom pah pah to your home.
“Beautiful doors.” — Home Couture
Sudbury Design Group
1 Review
Chestnut Hill Residence
installation of an elegant eurocobble drive and courtyard. Photography: Greg Premru Photography
This stately, Chestnut Hill, circa 1890, brick home sits on idyllic grounds of mature planting. Our objective was to integrate the new with the old world charm of the property. We achieved this with additional plantings, seasonal color, restoring and adding masonry walls and steps as well as the in
specific dimensions of this front door. We were involved with the project as the landscape architects. We were not involved with any renovations to the home itself, just the grounds.
Beautiful home front and landscaping to set off the entry
Love the greenery around the entry of this beautiful home!
twining tendrils. Clinging-root and sticky-pad types have the most potential to cause damage to a home’s exterior. Twining tendrils must grow around a support but can also cause serious damage to a home if they begin to twine around a gutter, window or roofline.
“Door to backyard” — luzrami
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
5 Reviews
Builder: Rockridge Fine Homes Photographer: Revival Arts
gorgeous? We are just the photographer - so it would be best to contact Rockridge Fine Homes to clarification about the soffit vents: ...
We were the photographs so I'm not sure. The builder, Rockridge Fine Homes, would know. ...
photography session and did not hear from the clients where they found this door. For more information, you can contact the builder Rockridge Fine Homes.
Concrete pads and Spanish rocks for pathway from front door to pool area
“vvuv” — Sharon Janice
Robelen Hanna Homes - Luxury Homes & Remodeling
13 Reviews
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Robelen Hanna Homes - Luxury Homes & Remodeling
Love balusters with outer attachment. Very cool and in Spanish tradition.
“Stair banister” — fieldfield
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Spur Road - Edina, MN
this traditional French county home. Strong architectural elements and a lavish interior design, including cathedral-arched beamed ceilings, hand-scraped and French bleed-edged walnut floors, faux finished ceilings, and custom tile inlays add to the home's charm. This home features heated floors in the
staying active year-round. The fun continues in the sunken media area featuring a game room, 110-inch screen, and 14-foot granite bar. Story - Midwest Home Magazine Photos - Todd Buchanan Interior Designer - Anita Sullivan
exterior similar to Spanish apartments and housing
“Cool door, stone Not bad view into living room” — ottens
Madson Design
8 Reviews
New front entry
You can purchase these doors at Home Depot. I have one..
Speakeasy door. DH wants one. Home Depot?? How much?
Lee Schley of Schley Woodworking was inspired to include speakeasy grilles on doors he built after seeing them on Spanish-style houses in Arizona. “I’ve seen them on Mediterranean-style homes, Tudor-style houses and cottages,” he says. This example, from Madson Design, shows how the style can work on a
a Craftsman cottage. “I think that they add a dash of character to doors,” says Schley. “They can also give new homes a heritage look.”
“Door” — accalia20
Architecture Plus, sc LLC
5 Reviews
Kiawah Island Classy Place
Very impressive home
This is a beautiful home.
Relatively small home for large foyer and stair.Master and Den at first floor and two bedrooms with in suite bath at second. No rear shots available available.
Spanish staircase colors
“Entrance” — hamad10
9 Reviews
The Wave House
sloped lot, an elegant and modern home was achieved with a focus on warm walnut, stainless steel, glass and concrete. Each floor, named Sand, Sea, Surf and Sky, is connected by a floating walnut staircase and an elevator concealed by walnut paneling in the entrance. The home captures the expansive and serene
with spaces outdoors that incorporate water and fire elements. Ease of maintenance and efficiency was paramount in finishes and systems within the home. Accents of Swarovski crystals illuminate the corridor leading to the master suite and add sparkle to the lighting throughout. A sleek and functional
space for the client's motorcycle, the Wave House was a productive and rewarding collaboration between the client and KBC Developments. Featured in Homes & Living Vancouver magazine July 2012! photos by Rob Campbell - ... photos by Tony Puezer - ...
“love it all” — caritosnicolas
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