20,754 Mediterranean Exterior Design Photos

Martin Architect, Inc.
8 Reviews
Harbor Beach Mediterranean Transitional
Aerial view, Barrel tile roof, Moroccan details, natural stone pavers, precast stone trim and details, expansive rear yard, lush tropical landscaping. Overlooking large Bay area
Pacific Peninsula Group
1 Review
Designed and built by Pacific Peninsula Group. Back exterior of the estate. Photography by Bernard Andre.
“tree lights” — elporvenir15
Benson & Associates, Interior Design
11 Reviews
Italian Villa
photo: Garth Francais
“Love the gardens and the color of the house.” — esmb
Arterra LLP Landscape Architects
5 Reviews
Carmel Hilltop Retreat
“walls besides the gates” — mkisoli
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Window with Shutter
The intimate entry court of this Carmel residence is washed in morning light and protected from the canyon winds. The covered rear terrace overlooks the pool and views to the distant ocean. Weathered finishes, simple details, and a muted palette evoke the rustic architecture of central Italy. Hand forged ironwork, antique roof tile, and combining brick with stone are common des...More
“Love the combination of the bougainvillia and shuttered window Bonus: rosemary underneath” — kaylahoffman
Michael G Imber, Architects
3 Reviews
Southern Living Idea House
Robert Dodds Construction
Quail Mtn
“Love the openness” — kced324
Palmieri Builders
Norman Residence
In an effort to acknowledge their world travels, the client's wished to recreate the regions that they frequented most in construction of their home. The idea of creating a Mediterranean-style home in the taxing winters of Cleveland, Ohio was a definite feat to overcome. Exterior stucco, roofing materials and stones were carefully selected to compliment the architecture of the ...More
“PERFECT” — cameroncstewart1
Not so bad? Toilet seat left up
Traditionally, women are irritated by men who persistently leave the toilet seat up. Let's see how the Houzz community rates the issue among other home...
Remodeled Fireplace!
We covered the dated white brick with stacked slate and a 16x16 slate on the hearth. Then added a new mantle as well. Updated and modern!
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