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Statile & Todd
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Mediterranean Courtyard
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This 1920s home in New York has been restored to its original Spanish colonial look. Its location is proof that you don't need to live in a Mediterranean climate to enjoy this style, but note that the permanent plantings can take a colder winter. If you want to add tender plants, plant them in pots
beautifully restored Spanish colonial home
“love the arched windows” — Heather Keaney
Mina Brinkey
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My Houzz: Duncan Residence
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Ryan and Amber brought home this colorful Otomi embroidery from one of their many trips to Cabo San Lucas. They used it as the primary inspiration for their colorful global decorating
Ryan and Amber brought home this colorful Otomi embroidery from one of their many trips to Cabo San Lucas. They used it as the primary inspiration for their colorful global decorating scheme. During the redecorating process, they added a kid-friendly doorway under the stairs, which leads to a storage
“Dog kennel” — sghooker1
Fine Art & Portraits by Laurel
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Moroccan Ceiling Mural
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Borders aren't the only thing that you can do with tiles for Tunisian feel in the home. Tile murals are another great way to add color and patterns in Tunisian style.
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“ceiling” — bruja13
Shannon Malone
Dining Room
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Every single room in this home is a breathtaking revelation...LOVE this house
the dining room more for enjoying a cup of coffee, reading or using the computer than dining. They replaced the chairs with a sectional sofa from Kava Home and changed the space a cozy nook surrounded by windows.Dining table: Hidley's mother's; mirror: Pottery Barn; rug: Crate & Barrel; painting and
“Mirror on wall” — kmnickol
theodora michailides
Living Green Design Solutions
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shade structure alternative, saw in Fresno Home show
Shadows cast by these custom panels multiply and project the intricate arbor designs onto the walls, adding to the exotic Mediterranean allure of this home. The arbor panels also diffuse light into the area and help cool the space.
“Custom water jet pergola.” — jkastendieck7
Carole Carr Design
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Casa Blanca
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his outdoor living room in Los Angeles is truly an extension of the home. The Moroccan lanterns are the perfect exotic touch, and they cast beautiful shadows on the walls, ceiling and solid fabrics when outfitted with candles
This outdoor living room in Los Angeles is truly an extension of the home. The Moroccan lanterns are the perfect exotic touch, and they cast beautiful shadows on the walls, ceiling and solid fabrics when outfitted with candles at night. This is a great example of experimenting with curtains in two c
“Curtains” — aagopian
Mina Brinkey
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Duncan Residence
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This porch seating area is right outside the home office and faces Bimini Bay, making it an ideal spot for entertaining. "Our friends sometimes just pull up their boat and come in through the back porch
This porch seating area is right outside the home office and faces Bimini Bay, making it an ideal spot for entertaining. "Our friends sometimes just pull up their boat and come in through the back porch area," says Amber. The Talavera tiles inside were replicated here with an outside area rug.Rug: Company
“Rug” — medusa68
Tewes Design
Santa Fe Residence
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Although the style of the home is relatively simple, its rich architecture and subtle custom touches create a sense of richness and depth. The custom headboard in the master bedroom
Although the style of the home is relatively simple, its rich architecture and subtle custom touches create a sense of richness and depth. The custom headboard in the master bedroom is a perfect example — a closer look reveals the rich navy blue mohair. Pillows: Christopher Hyland and Schumacher; table
“colours” — Nilima Nidhi
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