88 direct from mexico home furnishings Outdoor Design Photos

Lamar Design
10 Reviews
Cortland Avenue
Ideabooks15,428
Questions13
match the style and character of the existing 1930's spanish mediterranean home. It features a wood-fired pizza oven, fireplace, heavy timber beams of stained
Many of the furnishings and fixtures were sourced by the client on her various travels, some on trips to Mexico. I wish I could tell you
was purchased by the homeowner. She picked up a lot of stuff on a trip to Mexico, so this may have been one of those items.
I'm joining the list trying to find out where this beautiful furniture came from. Anyone know?
we all want that furniture source- it really is very nice for the Tuscan home we are building.
to dampened direct summer sun exposure while still feeling open and airy. Would also possibly mitigate some summer sun in interior of home.
It was custom made and came from ...
“Outdoor” — rsqd39
Gordon + Greineder
3 Reviews
Woodside Residence
Ideabooks8,345
Questions5
Beautiful! Do you mind sharing where the handing lanterns are from?
Wheeler Design Group in San Francisco selected furnishings with the homeowners. They may be able to identify the source for you
something like this in my outside porch in Mexico..
2. Expand from your home's interior color palette. Semienclosed outdoor spaces, like this one, that are immediately adjacent to the home should have a
a color connection that flows seamlessly from one space to the next. It needn't be the exact hue; a lighter tint or darker shade would work well, too.
“Sconces” — mbpollard
Bagnato Architects
1 Review
RESIDENTIAL CHURCH CONVERSION
Ideabooks15,039
Questions6
pavers and indoor floor tiles, where are they from?
I had the pleasure of walking through your home and was amazed what a phenomenal job you have done
church with new extension. Well done. I did want to know where the pavers are from and if they needed to be prepped in any way as they are around the pool.
I love the table & chairs. Where are they from?
this modern-mexican house Luis Barragan Style here in Tampa Fl. I am from Mexico and we use lots of lime stone, however, this is not very common in Florida
can't believe this since I have seen 400 years old plazas and buildings in Mexico and they still good. What is your imput about lime stone?
clear is because it is situated adjacent to the bulk of the building where direct sunlight is blocked except for afternoon light which comes in low under
“Backyard retreat” — dakotagal
Loudoun County Custom Builder - Best of Houzz 2014
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GIL WALSH INTERIORS
10 Reviews
Vero Beach
Ideabooks27,296
Questions13
Love the stucco home. Do you have a house picture?
Like to build an Adobe/Stucco Home in Canada if possible.. Would like to
I love the fountain on the far table. Where is it from?
Love the wicker chair. Where is it from?
The home is a private residence in Vero Beach.
These came from Mexico but you can purchase them from most any tile dealer in the
Thank you … the lights were custom made from Arte de Mexico
The color is from historic paints by Benjamin Moore, sorry we could not locate number.
The cushion fabrics are from Donghia, created by Gil
from dark unusable space to bright with stucco arches
As many people are increasingly spending time in outdoor home spaces, cement tiles are a great choice for a patio, as long as you live
“Cushion colors” — emunoz087
Tracery Interiors
Porch
Ideabooks2,893
Questions2
A porch furnished with comfortable seating overlooks the Gulf of Mexico at a home in the Watersound community along Scenic Highway 30A in South Walton
I would be in heaven. And never leave this area of my home.
the knee wall might be better to keep dogs from barking at every squirrel or bird
furnishings, clean lines
“Everything about this outdoor space” — Daryl Milstead
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
Ideabooks31,136
Questions12
did the pendant lights come from? or who makes them?
Love that pine dining table. Where did it come from?
the stacker doors when they are all open. Where do these type of doors come from please?
The table is an antique from Mexico. It was made from the door of a salvaged ship. It's a unique table and not "
If that's not the light, maybe this will help point you in the right direction.
opening as much (or as little) of your home to the outdoors as you wish could completely change the way you live at home.
long space along pool, indoor outdoor from kitchen reminds us of the Yale house. Would want to open to a screened in
for the island- from anthropology 148.00 each
opening as much (or as little) of your home to the outdoors as you wish could completely change the way you live at home.
“love the small pool” — lisahsutton
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Porch and Pool
Ideabooks2,583
Questions4
the inspiration for this hilltop Montecito home. The plan objective was to showcase the owners' furnishings and collections while slowly unveiling the
Building a house in New Mexico - hot and dry. Does the metal patio cover heat things up more than wood
porch in wood and metal, wood poles from our forest- possibly colored concrete on floor
With vivid red wicker furnishings and a red and gold checkerboard floor, this patio sizzles in the sun.
“Really cool metal cover” — mbachmann
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
19 Reviews
City: McDougald Residence
Ideabooks6,469
Questions9
l Postcard from Paris Home, re-designed and renovated her home, which now showcases an innovative mix of contemporary and antique furnishings set against
against a dramatic linen, white, and gray palette. The English country home features floors of dark-stained oak, white painted hardwood, and Lagos Azul limestone
lighting marks most every room, each of which is filled with exquisite antiques from France. At the heart of the re-design was an extensive kitchen renovation
I love the street lamps. Where did they come from?
designed by Lillian August and available through Postcard from Paris. Please contact us directly for additional information. lance@postcardfromparis.com
Thank you! These antique street lamps were purchased directly from France.
“White” — cgalvez71
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