308 tiny space Mediterranean Entry Design Photos

Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
Ideabooks23,025
Questions10
We reconfigured an adjacent back entry to create a useful little mudroom, and in the space between the two designed a thick arched opening with shelves for cookbooks and a pull-out broom closet. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
FUNCTIONING MUDROOM #2. Helpful hooks. Turn an awkward or a dead space into
nice use of a small space.
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cupboard-sized space or alcove that’s looking a little dull? In a small area you can afford to pave it with interesting, high-end Moroccan tiles. Here, plain walls and spare accessories let the floor do the talking.
“Bench” — drsnaut
Zak Johnson Architects
1 Review
Bayview House
Ideabooks5,460
Questions3
Storage with space for what you need to with, upper sm cubbies for purse, key rack wld also be good, and space for alarm sysrem
Shoe storage underneath, lots of cabinet space, extra hooks for keys and small items, drawers and counter space... Though I fear that these would be turned into junk areas
Back door mudroom with laundry and pet space
“barn doors” — Swan Michel
Amitha Verma Interior Design, LLC
Entry
Ideabooks28,033
Questions22
What is the dimension ratio of the chandelier to the rest of the space?
Hi- I need ideas for a small space wet bar, about 24" wide. Would like a nice sink , countertop and cabinet to compliment a
of the chandelier compared to the size of the ceiling recess...or space? I am most interested to know the width and height of this chandelier....thanks!
Hi almerinibe. We have some great ideas for wet-bar appliances for your space. www.scotsmanhomeice.com Please let us know if we can answer any questions
“Love everything about this photo !!!!!!” — peggyyoung99
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Rough Hollow Entry
Ideabooks18,321
Questions9
yard, about 24 ft x 40ft with a large oak tree outside the back porch. The back porch is only about 6ft x 10ft. I am wanting a nice enjoyable backyard space for grilling and enjoying the weather. I also was throwing around the idea if getting a hot tub. Would a deck work?
The artwork around the doorway is hand painted artwork done by In Your Space Collaborative Arts based out of Austin, TX.
Great to have outdoor space that feels as finished as the indoors.
like the doors that may go to the outdoor living space
“beautiful patio/arched walkway” — mia_n8_h_4
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks629
Questions2
The baskets and the walk space
Utter uae of compact space
How wide is this space
Utility/mud space
“Sliding doors” — mitchdorsey
Chris Barrett Design
4 Reviews
Palos Verdes Residence
Ideabooks6,116
Questions9
prune it — though keep your pruning shears packed away, as this is not a fast-growing plant. If you’re looking for a large tree to fill a particular space, it would be wise to invest in a plant that is close to the size you desire. •Air purification: The larger the leaves, the more toxins they can remove
We should use a bench so that we have comfortable and ample seating for guests outdoors and plenty of open space for dogs
“Fiddle leaf fig tree” — Donna Covert
About:Space, LLC
3 Reviews
Mediterranean Heaven
Ideabooks92
Questions1
About:Space, LLC
feel of space
“butterfly scroll” — countrylark
DrewettWorks
10 Reviews
Silverleaf Ranch Hacienda Entry
Ideabooks706
Questions0
boasts well over 13,000 square feet under roof. A loggia serves as the backbone for the design. Each space, both interior and exterior, has a direct response to the linear expression of outdoor space. The exterior materials and detailing are rustic and simple in nature. The mass and scale create drama
Silverleaf is known for its embodiment of traditional architectural styles, and this house expresses the essence of a hacienda with its communal courtyard spaces and quiet luxury. This was the first project of many designed by Architect C.P. Drewett for construction in Silverleaf, located in north Scottsdale
“Oh God....this is breathtaking and I might incorporate it into the main formal entry!!!” — Jamie Brinkman
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