228 outdoor living Mediterranean Staircase Design Photos

Skala Architecture A P.C.
Ocean Front Home
indoor-outdoor living
“gradas” — amandabs14
Eldorado Stone
5 Reviews
Mediterranean Stone Stairway
in La Quinta, California. However, we had to keep in mind that we were still designing for a desert lifestyle, which meant an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living and capturing the spectacular views of the golf course and neighboring mountains,” Stolz adds. “The owners had spent a lot of time in Europe and
“Jardin” — Pat Leone
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
I live in Chicagoand - these tiles would really liven up the drab basement stairwell which I would like my pool guests to use for changing/restroom access
I love the tiles on this outdoor staircase.
fins this for outdoor steps
Tiles on outdoor stairs
Spanish Revival tiles are striking outdoors as well.
Outdoor Tiled steps...outdoor stairs
“huella” — amandabs14
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Kim Kendall Interiors is a full service Interior Design Firm.
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Pool and Landscape
hand-painted tiles on the stair risers - outdoor stairs
For outdoor staircase Beautiful tiles
beautiful outdoor stairs
outdoor staircase...Outdoor tiles
“gradas” — amandabs14
English Heritage Homes of Texas
Hutsell - Addition Lakewood
outdoor small tiles (as a border)
Stair treads, like in this Dallas Meditterranean-style home, are the perfect place to work with patterned tile, especially if they're outdoors. Patterned stair treads indoors do make a stylish statement, but take into account from where the stair is seen and choose tiles that complement the existing
“Tiles” — srabi11
Tommy Chambers Interiors, Inc.
Mediterranean Classic
feature an outdoor loggia for entertaining, spa, pool and private terraced gardens with hillside city views. Completely modernized and renovated with special attention to architectural integrity. Carefully selected antiques and custom furnishings set the stage for tasteful casual California living. Interior
between living room and dining room?
“Consider this type of ironwork for the stairs railing. [Gerry]” — yeri63
Shannon Malone
The tile detail on the stair risers adds even more lively color to the home. Svoboda-Spanbock designed the stairs to look like a waterfall when someone is standing at the bottom and looking up. The top has more oranges and yellows — representing the earth — which gradually fade into more greens and
“Stairs for basement” — nicsyard
Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
1 Review
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
Exterior, Entry, Living Room, Kitchen and Bedroom
I live in a pretty typical and boring 1960s split-level home. Although I don’t have a photo of the space, I am renovating and wondering how to create a better flow and connection between rooms and levels? Any suggestions?
sheets were joined, so the texturing isn't fooling anyone anyway. The corners are sharp. The texture seems to enhance the feeling and appearance of living in DRYWALL. I learned to do American Clay, and did a small area so far, but I don't think that will fly in the whole house when we sell, I think most
living room space, then stairs / hallway to rooms
“Railing” — rsweigard
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