6,646 traditional italian kitchen Exterior Design Photos

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A native English style 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
considered an Italianate). Italianate and Gothic revival styles were meant to be less formal than other Renaissance styles
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
“Фасад дома” — Rafail Sagidullin
Ancient Surfaces
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Patio layout showcasing our unique stone elements in architectural settings.
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called in Italian. 'Al Fresco' translates into 'the open' or 'the cool/fresh exterior'. Customizing a fully functional outdoor kitchen, pizza oven, BBQ, fireplace or Jacuzzi pool spa all out of old reclaimed Mediterranean stone pieces is no easy task and shouldn’t be created out of the lowest common denominator
use of traditionally useless space. French doors into backyard and placement of pool
“plant shelf” — Rogerio Neves
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the feeling of a
“Colores” — Homero Rodriguez
Melanie Coddington
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Palo Alto Residence
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Den, Kitchen, dining and Living room
Italian style entrances
Italian simplicity at its finest
New Traditional Home
olive tree look, italian
of "new traditionalism," with "classic silhouettes paired with vintage and custom pieces, and is impeccably tailored to the lifestyle of the client," she says. "We also made sure it had just the right amount of glamour."
“Roof/exterior paint color combination.” — Stephanie DeLay
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of the Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail and the cleverly contrasting brick frame around each window.
of the Italianate. It’s obviously simpler in detail, but the theme is still achieved with the cupola (towered element), the minimal cornice bracket with a frieze detail and the cleverly contrasting brick frame around each window.
“Italianate” — skylera2
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the feeling of a
“Stairs” — lottastaffan
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the feeling of a
“colors” — labtrainer
Louie Leu Architect, Inc.
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Corralitos, CA
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designed by Italian Architect, Aldo Andreoli. Located just south of Santa Cruz, California, the site offers a great view of the Monterey Bay. Inspired by the traditional 'Casali' of Tuscany, the house is designed to incorporate separate elements connected to each other, in order to create the feeling of a
“Inclined wall” — abaccus
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