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Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
4500 Spanish Oaks
Ideabooks3,153
Questions6
rounded half wall for front courtyard
Spanish Style Sunset, would you love to live here?
arched windows; courtyard wall; Spanish elevation
our exterior. patico to the left, semi-walled courtyard, entry w/olive trees, grass in the front just like our house
Spanish-because of the curves and arches
Spanish House style: Tiled roof and stucco walls
“Landscape” — Laredo Legacy Homes, L.L.C.
Elevation Architectural Studios
3. Rancho Retreat
Ideabooks16,389
Questions10
Even though our limestone planks are laid in a running bond pattern vs. a random pattern, this courtyard reminds us in warmth and style to another one we've completed in a few years ago. The stone we used was the Millennium planks. Please take a look below.
Nothing more beautiful than a courtyard! This could be our backyard!!!
True courtyard, where rooms open into it.
Nice courtyard..... ours is way better
of having a courtyard in my ideal home, this one looks spacious and delightful.
Like the tile and layout of courtyard
“stone on stucco walls... how about stone on brick walls?” — Maria Rey Marston
David Watson Architects
5 Reviews
Archway
Ideabooks7,064
Questions1
love the idea of hidden courtyard
Make me think of a Spanish courtyard
example of fully enclosed two-story small courtyard that looks fine
balconies overlooking the courtyard
Courtyard with flagstone
I like the courtyard
nice courtyard...Spanish courtyard...Stone Courtyard...Spanish style
“Flagstone” — pop22eye
John Malick & Associates
5 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Hacienda, Carmel, California
Ideabooks1,625
Questions3
Spanish Colonial Hacienda Architect: John Malick & Associates Photograph by J.D. Peterson
Love the entry to the courtyard. Needs a bright blue large urn fountain for color
Gated Archway with roof to courtyard 3
iron openings next to gate at front courtyard
Spanish style portico, love the light fixtures too
“Secured at top and bottom.” — pjinchelem
Beringer Fine Homes
7 Reviews
Silverleaf
Ideabooks3,366
Questions2
View from the office to a brick patio and courtyard space.
looking out the kitchen to the courtyard through large french doors with adjacent windows. Lots of wood :-)
The Mediterranean look for a courtyard.
view from dining room across courtyard
Pretty courtyard with view from the interior.
Love the Spanish style fountain in the background!
“European feel” — honeysock
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Tierra de Paz
Ideabooks406
Questions0
Spanish Colonial courtyard home in Manhattan Beach by Evens Architects - Courtyard
Spanish Colonial
“This is what I want the backyard to look like!” — susandarlene87
Higgins Architects
1 Review
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks3,378
Questions4
Facing the hot western Arizona Sun this Entry court features an arcade that offers shade to the homes entry.
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Spanish colonial exterior composition
Spanish style landscaping
Spanish Colonial...spanish colonial...Spanish style home...Spanish style...future home...Spanish home
“Spanish colonial design” — Laredo Legacy Homes, L.L.C.
Fratantoni Luxury Estates
11 Reviews
Courtyard / Backyard of a spectacular luxury estate
Ideabooks14,409
Questions6
Courtyard / Backyard of a spectacular luxury estate
Beautiful pictures of the courtyard and backyard of one of our luxury estates in Scottsdale located in Scottsdale, AZ. Check out our Facebook Fan Page at ...
Do you like the furniture choice for this courtyard?
is this example of spanish revival?
What type of stone was used for the flooring of the courtyard?
Could you please tell me whether the "table" (left foreground) is also a firepit and where I might find it? This is an absolutely breathtaking courtyard!! Thank you for sharing!!!
courtyard, look of it all, recessed arch area is cool
this flagstone for the open terrace and courtyard.
"The original inspiration for the house was the courtyard," says Fratantoni. When all of the doors are open, it connects to many of the rooms in the house.Flagstone and a mesquite tree tie the courtyard to the greater landscape, while wrought iron and arched windows, doors and niches tie it to the house
“Tree embedded into pavers” — Jon Murillo
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