1,463 decorating small spaces photos Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Norman Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Spanish Coastal
like the outdoor space from the bedroom
Interior Decor Ideas - Colors, Textures, Furniture & Placements.
Outdoor decor in indoor decor style!!
mix of blinds and curtains - small curtain rod
Nice small patio off the bedroom
“Key Measurements to Help You Design Your Dream Bedroom.” — amkb
Allen Companies
Las Sendas
build a kitchen island, looking for the type of wood in this photo. Live in the Whitby, Ontario region in Canada. Can you help with a possible vendor that sells this wood in my area?
What is the name paint scheme in this photo?
Not a big work space but efficiently done and looks good.
Love the layout! Great cabinet space...
is this what our kitchen walls will look like and can we add the skinny cabinets that kind of fill in the empty space
“corner kitchen” — creekmoresj
orlando comas, landscape architect.
10 Reviews
Hollywood Residence - 02
We have 3 old messy Norway Maples in our backyard. Love the shade from them, and really don't want to remove them, however, they suck the life out of everything under them. Just love this photo with these
When used as street trees in new projects, Miami-Dade County requires them to be planted at a spacing of 35' average of your street frontage. I will rather see them planted at 50' o.c. and Becky is correct, keep them away from the structures as well
Easy decorative idea around base of trees
Smaller circles create curves within this space and also help set off the individual trees. It's a lush look that will work all year round in the right climate. Design tip: Not all trees do well
Green lawns gently guiding the eye through open space
“love the look...” — lollamariamiguel
Fine Focus Photography
5 Reviews
do you have more exterior photoes of this house at different angles. then post them on houzz
A small version of this!!!! 2200 sq foot version.
love the back outdoor spaces
back of house spaces
nice space
“Rear of span col home” — Claudia Torres
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Entry
Very nice example of a small courtyard, Hugh. What is the stone flooring?
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects Save to Ideabook Email Photo 1. Curves and arches. Here, curved steps lead to a graceful archway to the front door.
Likeee the space going into le house
whitewashed walls, warm terra-cotta tones and a cool, shady inner courtyard.If you have the luxury of a wall you can paint, whitewash it to give the space a clean, cool backdrop. If you can't add warm terra-cotta tiles to the floor, try using oversize terra-cotta planters and fill them with vibrant-color
“courtyard” — kris964680
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
Outdoor living
This back terrace has everything to enjoy living outdoors... ample space for seating and dining, storage closets, and an enclosed kitchen.
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of those generic tool sheds at Home Depot. I wonder if we could use the yard tool shed as a play house during the first few years when the kids are small, and then convert to a more standard. Perhaps the conversion is through changing the door to the shed. I wonder how big a shed would be good? Perhaps
Another courtyard and carport storage space option. Looks vaguely Spanish. Like the recessed doors, gives a feeling of substantial structure.
nice to have stoage space in coutyards
“storage closet” — katomalley
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design
Debra Campbell Design Save to Ideabook Email Photo 10. Rich fabrics. You can see the Spanish Baroque influence in the red and gold brocade fabric which covers this traditional pair of side chairs.
Energy efficiency. Historic window sashes were divided into many small panes of glass because large pieces were difficult to make and expensive. If you want to re-create this look but maintain energy efficiency, the best
chairs. What do you think? Are you a fan of Spanish Revival style? Next: Browse more Mediterranian-style photos
4. Energy efficiency. Historic window sashes were divided into many small panes of glass because large pieces were difficult to make and expensive. If you want to re-create this look
“Color” — Ciara Cordero
Stotler Design Group
3 Reviews
A Tuscan Vineyard Estate
Gated courtyard with low walls, step up entry and recessed door, glass with iron decor. Window accents.
small gate to front of house
Tuscan style outside decor (doors, color, stone)
Incorporated in front courtyard small gate
small courtyard entrance
Naseem photo
“eve detail” — gvagva
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