101 pros Mediterranean Home Design Photos

DSA Architects
Meditrranean Villa
Ideabooks3,817
Questions4
Stone. Pros- look nice, modern. Durable. Cons- hard to clean, harsh on the feet. This would look best outside. Popular in some places.
Stone - Pros: it's durable - Cons: it's expensive, it's not easy to install and clean - You would fink stone flooring in ancient houses or ancient themed restaurants
Stone: pros- stone flooring is stain resistant and durable. it can come in beautiful types and colors. it is fire resistant. cons-flooring is cold, expensive and hard to clean. Because they are durable theu are popular in use of yards and homes
“کف” — alighorbankhani
KDS Interiors, Inc.
6 Reviews
Private South Florida Residence
Ideabooks3,777
Questions9
marble pros looks good very durable cons expensive have to polish often kitchens hallways un popular
Marble Flooring Pros - durable Cons - hard to install and maintain; very expensive Found in legislative buildings and museums. Not very popular
marble Pros: looks good Cons; very costly, you would have to polish it. In a mansion lol not that popular
“Columns” — be4dawn
Hann Builders
Hacienda Kitchen
Ideabooks10,468
Questions10
sink. Pros: Countertop cleanup is a breeze. Cons: You’ll need to take extra care in colder climates (if local code allows installation on an outside wall) to insulate against freezing. Also, the plumber must get the spacing and location exactly right. If there is a wall stud in the way, it will need
double sink.Pros: Countertop cleanup is a breeze.Cons: You’ll need to take extra care in colder climates (if local code allows installation on an outside wall) to insulate against freezing. Also, the plumber must get the spacing and location exactly right. If there is a wall stud in the way, it will need to
“Sink” — betsysmi
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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ON Design Architects
Las Palmas Viejas Master Bedroom
Ideabooks3,269
Questions7
SISAL ProsCan stand up to high traffic; good for stairsGives your room a great natural look while adding textureBiodegradable and nontoxicConsUncomfortable against bare skinCan be pricey (but generally less so than wool)Susceptible to moisture damageCan be difficult to cleanCost: About $4 to $8.50 per
“Headboard” — annieoakley47
Simbiosi
1 Review
Castelldefels - Aragó
Ideabooks4,316
Questions4
about the pros and cons before making your decision.Shown: A pea gravel patio bordering a tropical gardenMore: Browse hundreds of photos of gravel and granite garden paths
“Backyard plan” — dealttre
David Howell Design
1 Review
Mexico House
Ideabooks5,450
Questions6
Guide: Pros and cons of tile countertops
“Wall of windows above countertop.” — joycetipping
Cindy Smetana Interiors
8 Reviews
Mediterranean Haven
Ideabooks5,106
Questions10
design pros, what's your go-to kitchen sink?Browse Kitchen Sinks on Houzz
“Love the warmth” — Charity Wright
Barnes Vanze Architects, Inc
New Country French Cottage
Ideabooks15,020
Questions12
Pros of Brick Flooring• Design flexibility. As with tile, brick's modular nature lends itself to an infinite variety of patterns. Running bond (staggered), basket weave, herringbone and others are classics, but you can create a custom motif or a mosaic-style treatment. Brick also lends itself well to
“Floor” — aride101112
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