14,656 Los Angeles Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Mediterranean-style homes actually come in a wide variety of styles, including Southwestern, Moroccan, Tuscan, Spanish and Italian villa. Warm, earthy and rich textures are the foundation of Mediterranean-style homes. Wrought iron, colorful patterned tile, rustic wood beams and bright kilim textiles are found in Mediterranean interior design, while stately columns, terra-cotta tiles, arched windows and stucco exteriors are well-known exterior features. Mediterranean-style homes often include grandiose, palatial spaces, but spaces can be as homey as a rustic kitchen with a wood-burning oven and a family-style dining table.
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A small kitchen and breakfast room were combined to create this large open space. The floor is antique cement tile from France. The island top is reclaimed wood with a wax finish. Countertops are Carrera marble. All photos by Lee Manning Photography
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Mediterranean-style homes actually come in a wide variety of styles, including Southwestern, Moroccan, Tuscan, Spanish and Italian villa. Warm, earthy and rich textures are the foundation of Mediterranean-style homes. Wrought iron, colorful patterned tile, rustic wood beams and bright kilim textiles are found in Mediterranean interior design, while stately columns, terra-cotta tiles, arched windows and stucco exteriors are well-known exterior features. Mediterranean-style homes often include grandiose, palatial spaces, but spaces can be as homey as a rustic kitchen with a wood-burning oven and a family-style dining table.
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