804 spanish courtyards homes Entry Design Photos

Lencioni Construction
1 Review
Georgian Cottage
Adding architectural appeal to an ordinary ranch home can make a big difference
Courtyard tile
“is it cheaper to do shorter windows with the siding underneath?” — AWM Designs
Loudoun County Landscape & Design
Swimming Pool & Patio Construction
For nearly 20 years Grow Landscapes, Inc. has proven to be a leader in the industry in terms of design, innovation and craftsmanship.
Burdge & Associates Architects
4 Reviews
7377 Birdview Ave
Glass door to internal courtyard would be perfect
Home with a view...CONCRETE HOME
“باب” — Manal Dashti
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Transitional Home
Transitional Home...Courtyard tiles...Vacation home
“entrada” — Andrea Navarro
Historical Concepts
5 Reviews
Renovation: Senoia Farmhouse
Yes, they do. This part of the home was built around the early 1900s and the boards are all hand planed. Here
which lists all products, fabrics, paint colors, and other items used in the home: ...
Does a courtyard seem a little extreme to you? How about a pair of curtains instead? Draw them at night to keep out drafts and wandering eyes.
“Curtains” — lisajswanson16
Hoi Ning Wong
My Houzz: Pettigrew Farm Interior
Idea for portico in between our kitchen and courtyard
a mudroom with built-in seating and shelving. When the owners bought the home, the room sported a bright orange floral wallpaper. “It used to be a weird
“Maybe a way to hang baskets on the porch” — smh225
V.I.Photography & Design
5 Reviews
outdoor living
courtyard tile...North side of my home
“Frontage” — lilijay
David J. Wade Inc, Architect
4 Reviews
Reimert Residence
View from entry courtyard through foyer and living room. Quartzite stone wall and paving material. Bill Timmerman Photography
I like the portion which is being used as home office
“Idaho Quartzite but different suppliers may call it something else. We used a grey/gold mix to achie” — ladyjen495
Regency Custom Homes
1 Review
Conrad Residence
Like the vase in the center of courtyard. would look cool where concrete is in front yard.
“No” — loft123
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