95 explore Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Davidie Rozin Architects
1 Review
A Town house in Tel-Aviv
Ideabooks1,496
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Spend more time in the fresh air. Whether it’s simply taking your coffee out onto the terrace of your hotel each morning or going on long walks exploring the city, when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped
Spend more time in the fresh air. Whether it’s simply taking your coffee out onto the terrace of your hotel each morning or going on long walks exploring the city, when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped
Spend more time in the fresh airWhether it’s simply taking your coffee out onto the terrace of your hotel each morning or going on long walks exploring the city when you are en vacance, it seems natural to be outside more often. But back home, all too often we get stuck in the same routines, cooped
“Nice corner for rosewood!” — jackiefronen
GARDENIA-Sharly & Tanya Illuz
Bench in front of a pond at early fall
Ideabooks1,464
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position a bench at the end of a winding path that can be seen from the house. Tell us: If you could add anything to your garden, what would it be? More: Explore Your Garden Personality: The Romantic
position a bench at the end of a winding path that can be seen from the house.Tell us: If you could add anything to your garden, what would it be?More: Explore Your Garden Personality: The Romantic
“I wish I were sitting there” — penfoldgarden
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Winery Residents
Ideabooks2,376
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IdeabookEmail Photo 2. Add diverse textures and smells. The more color and leaf variety, the stronger the sense of a place where kids can connect and explore
Add diverse textures and smells. The more color and leaf variety, the stronger the sense of a place where kids can connect and explore. Place lavender, mountain mint and giant hyssop right on the path’s edge so kids brush against them. Plant grasses from low to high among the flowers
Add diverse textures and smells. The more color and leaf variety, the stronger the sense of a place where kids can connect and explore. Place lavender, mountain mint and giant hyssop right on the path’s edge so kids brush against them. Plant grasses from low to high among the flowers
“pathway” — bskatie
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Carolyn Chadwick
Garden design in Greece on the island of Paros
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So we'll set out to explore the expertly-manicured grounds, with the occasional mist of sea spray reaching us from the ocean below.
“This is where I want to live” — nirakschat
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
Ideabooks334
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This one explores the relationship between indoors and outdoors.
“pool” — mattlander
Simbiosi
1 Review
L'Ametlla de Mar
Ideabooks1,453
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Understanding where to place a plant begins with knowing the type of soil present. Soil type affects irrigation, grading and how plants will perform. Explore the various soils in your landscape by taking a close look at their textures. Many gardens have zones with slightly different soil types. This garden
“Landscape for vegas” — Neny Fernandez
NURIT GEFFEN-BATIM STUDIO
5 Reviews
kitchen
Ideabooks8,718
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a zone between the indoors and the trees beyond. They are a bit of manicured vegetation that positively affects the view through the window.More: Explore window designs in the Houzz remodeling section
“island” — mamanasau
Mediterranean Exterior
Ideabooks1,369
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“Maybe an observation tower” — awhyte02
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