5,595 traditional mexican Modern Home Design Photos

Stillwater Dwellings
sustainable prefab contemporary wood warm modular cool clean minimal cabinets
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The new style of reliefs in Mexico retained the incredible details of the designs that served as their muse, but often implemented Spanish and traditional Mexican design elements as well.
“Big Bali door!” — Tamara Willett
the construction zone, ltd.
5 Reviews
Schulman Residence
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great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
great alternative to trees in areas that need vertical protection. Intersperse plantings with architectural details or use dense-growing cacti like Mexican Fencepost to create a living fence.
“Simple planting” — Carson Douglas Landscape Architecture
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Matthews Exterior
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home was also inspired by the variety of materials used in the work of Alvar Aalto, a style Randolph dubs "warm modernism." The brick used here is a Mexican Sand brick, and the wood underneath the overhangs is ipe.
like Mexican Sand brick
mexican sand brick in buff
Mexican Sand Brick...mexican sand brick
“Pop out window” — wchung1
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Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
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Boxleaf Design
3 Reviews
Modern San Francisco Living
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If not, then Mexican beach pebbles.
I think they are called Mexican river pebbles. If not, then I am sorry.
a high gloss coating. The glossy finish was tricky and took 2 applications. But ultimately we ended up with the desired finish. There are black mexican pebbles between the step stones.
Room Outside today, with 21st-century eyes, I find it easy to see how our lifestyle has changed, especially relating to work. Brookes saw a very traditional middle-class family as an average family, with the husband working and the wife carrying out housewifely duties. Some of these duties, such as sewing
“path with rocks” — jang1
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Falling Cliff
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This is a Mexican Weeping Bamboo or Otatea acuminata it is only safe in subtropical or temperate climates.
Mexican weeping bamboo
mexican bamboo
“The floor” — gheudebert
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
3 Reviews
Johnsen Landscapes & Pools
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switchgrass (Panicum virgatum, zones 5 to 9), or smaller ones, like Mexican feathergrass (Stipa tenuissima, zones 7 to 10), blue fescue (Festuca glauca, zones 4 to 11) and sedges (Carex spp, zones 4 to 9).Note: Some grasses, like Mexican feathergrass, can be invasive in parts of the U.S. Be sure your plant
switchgrass (Panicum virgatum, zones 5 to 9), or smaller ones, like Mexican feathergrass (Stipa tenuissima, zones 7 to 10), blue fescue (Festuca glauca, zones 4 to 11) and sedges (Carex spp, zones 4 to 9).Note: Some grasses, like Mexican feathergrass, can be invasive in parts of the U.S. Be sure your plant
“Maiden grass” — dlswem
DKOR Interiors Inc.- Interior Designers Miami, FL
29 Reviews
A Modern Miami Home
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A young Mexican couple approached us to create a streamline modern and fresh home for their growing family. They expressed a desire for natural textures and finishes such as natural stone and a variety of woods to juxtapose against a clean linear white backdrop. For the kid’s rooms we are staying within
Is there a particular reason why we needed to know the clients were Mexican? It seems condesending.
Why is the fact that they're Mexican relevant?
Hi Jamila, thank you for the question! We were asked by the client to incorporate Mexican inspired elements into the modern design of their home so their cultural background was a very important part of this project. We hope you enjoy!
“Light” — slalomvs
Working Nature LLC
Forest Hills modern
Ideabooks5,161
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hi! This is gorgeous. I was wondering two things. is the 'love grass' there same as feather grass or Mexican heather? also, every time I see a Spanish dagger there trunk is straight but I love the bend on this one. Did you buy it this way or could one be shaped
This is Eragrostis curvula, weeping love grass. Not the same as Mexican feather grass which tends to crown rot easily here, or Mexican heather. We found the Spanish dagger like this in a specialty nursery in Fort Worth. They are straight when small, but as the heads get bigger they make weird bends (and
“Steel plate with rust” — Dave Goshorn
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