99 Pacific Northwest Contemporary Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Andrew Roby General Contractors
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Garage Apartment: "Bedroom, Bath and Wine Cellar"
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the Seattle area, please contact Gary Redman of Redman Design Builders (206) 232-3022. He is, in my opinion, the best design builder in the Pacific Northwest. If you have any more questions, please feel free to call me, my name is Heidi. (704) 334-5477.
“wein” — um5505
The Works
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Eastmoreland Mediterranean
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pacific northwest
“Window” — jackierive
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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color of roof and paint. Windows are aluminum clad and from Sierra Pacific. Should we get brown
roof: redlandclaytile.com stucco: Dunn Edwards Swiss Coffee Doors/Windows: Pacific aluminum clad, dark gunmetal finish
White pant is dunne edwards swiss coffee. The roof is from www.redlandclaytile.com Sierra Pacific was the manufacturer of these doors and windows and they are aluminum clad wood windows and come standard in that very earthy dark gunmetal finish
Stucco is an excellent siding choice for many home styles, from modern and contemporary to Arts and Crafts to Prairie, but it's most closely associated with the Southwestern Spanish colonial style.Natural stucco has the ability to "breathe" (allow air and moisture to pass through it), but synthetic stucco
“stucco imperfect smooth and color” — molzahnl
Pacific Peninsula Group
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Faxon
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Designed and built by Pacific Peninsula Group. Family Room with special sliding doors that transform room to indoor/outdoor space. Perfect for entertaining. Photography by Bernard Andre.
Pacific Peninsula Group
Inside out Contemporary traditional
“windowcoverings natural” — Hadinger's Of Naples, Annette Dati Designer/Est.
Dayna Katlin Interiors
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Den opens to the Pacific Ocean
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Den opens to the Pacific Ocean
Love how the wall opens up to the Pacific Ocean
made mediterranean a bit more coastal. put more contemporary furniture pieces with the dark wood background
Den opens to pacific ocean
“doors slide completely away” — minicoupegirl1997
Rhodes Architecture + Light
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Constance Drive Residence
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Size: 3,863 SF - Project Cost: $180/SF - Photographer: William Wright The Constance Drive House is a Romanesque house facing western views across northwest Seattle's Magnolia Boulevard. Rhodes Architecture + Light was asked to develop a design for a large addition to and renovation of this home including
to the house. Rhodes Architecture + Light studied the period style and details of the house and selected forms, materials, and finishes that were contemporary yet derived from the colors and textures of the Romanesque period.
“Simple border tile” — rkucharski
Rhodes Architecture + Light
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Constance Drive Residence
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Size: 3,863 SF - Project Cost: $180/SF - Photographer: William Wright The Constance Drive House is a Romanesque house facing western views across northwest Seattle's Magnolia Boulevard. Rhodes Architecture + Light was asked to develop a design for a large addition to and renovation of this home including
to the house. Rhodes Architecture + Light studied the period style and details of the house and selected forms, materials, and finishes that were contemporary yet derived from the colors and textures of the Romanesque period.
“accent and black tile” — sfreeborn
Decker Bullock Sotheby's International Realty
Big Sur Coast Ridge Estate
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864 sq. ft. of garage and laundry facility. Commanding a ridge above the Pacific Ocean and Post Ranch Inn, this spectacular property has sweeping views of the California coastline and surrounding hills. “It’s as if a contemporary house were overlaid on a Tuscan farm-house ruin,” says decorator Craig Wright
interiors. The main residence was designed by renowned architect Mickey Muenning—the architect of Big Sur’s Post Ranch Inn, —who artfully combined the contemporary sensibility and the Tuscan vernacular, featuring vaulted ceilings, stained concrete floors, reclaimed Tuscan wood beams, antique Italian roof tiles
“Bright rug” — caishie72
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