243 tiny Mediterranean Home Design Photos

Mayita Dinos Garden Design
2 Reviews
Mediterranean Fantasy
Ideabooks2,414
Questions0
At the top of these stairs is a tiny meadow meadow leading to a garden room resembling an ancient ruin- an idyll where lovers met in secret? The 'floor' inside the crumbling stone walls is an Italian mosaic tile floor with plants growing through the cracks. The 'ceiling' is formed by the canopies of
SPRUCE UP YOUR BACK YARD #4 Mimic ancient ruins. A tiny, lush meadow leads to a secluded garden room. Partial stone walls look as if they have been crumbling there for centuries, fire-filled stone urns mark
Mimic ancient ruins. A tiny, lush meadow leads to a secluded garden room. Partial stone walls look as if they have been crumbling there for centuries, fire-filled stone urns mark
Mimic ancient ruins. A tiny, lush meadow leads to a secluded garden room. Partial stone walls look as if they have been crumbling there for centuries, fire-filled stone urns mark
“Fire feature” — manasi00
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks37,751
Questions33
Coffee station with tiny sink
Drink Station / tiny sink
Tiny kitchennette
“Tv” — debbydunn
Bureau d'Architecture Modeste
Villa P1 sur la route du Cap Ferret
Ideabooks161
Questions0
rot. How: A quick splash test will tell you if the last seal is still working. If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see tiny beads of moisture form on the surface — a sign that the sealant is still repelling the water. If that doesn’t happen, then it’s time to reseal your
rot.How: A quick splash test will tell you if the last seal is still working. If you fill a glass of water and spill it on your deck, you should see tiny beads of moisture form on the surface — a sign that the sealant is still repelling the water. If that doesn’t happen, then it’s time to reseal your
“Deck” — shaynekrige
Christina Karras
Crestmoore
Ideabooks785
Questions3
allway and tiny rooms coming off of that,” says Karras. “I took away the hallway and enlarged small, arched doors to make the spaces open to each other.” Here she replaced
“The problem with this house is that it had a long hallway and tiny rooms coming off of that,” says Karras. “I took away the hallway and enlarged small, arched doors to make the spaces open to each other.” Here she replaced a narrow doorway with a large, rustic beam to open the room to the living room
“Bench” — toohey
House + House Architects
28 Reviews
Casa Lluvia Blanca
Ideabooks1,286
Questions0
e fixtures on the floor. While one of these pieces was made into a storage space, the other is actually a fireplace. If you look closely, there are tiny flames coming out of the cement piece to the lower left.
e fixtures on the floor. While one of these pieces was made into a storage space, the other is actually a fireplace. If you look closely, there are tiny flames coming out of the cement piece to the lower left.
“Mexican design spaces” — Architech
Mediterranean Bathroom
Ideabooks2,744
Questions2
A water-theme mosaic with a dolphin is a tiny piece of the Greek islands without that uncomfortable ferry ride. See more Turkish design
“Column” — Kathy Gourlay
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Ideabooks4,121
Questions5
in a windowsill. It usually just makes a place look cluttered. But the deep windowsill of this arched window is a perfect spot for this collection of tiny sculpted wings. Seems to me like a bunch of angels in a church window.
“LOVE this window” — eroberts1023
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks4,340
Questions7
You don't have to have an expansive vacation-like home to use Adirondacks. These two create a cozy hangout on the tiny front porch of this stucco bungalow.
“House” — jjllww
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