13 spanish courtyards homes Outdoor Design Photos

Studio Green
7 Reviews
Tiburon Mediterranean
Ideabooks1,260
Questions1
of this garden. A grand entry staircase with lush colorful planting along with an expansive pool and terrace with views of San Francisco make this home unforgettable.
Earth tone limestone with malibu ceramics glazed tiles--blue Portuguese and Spanish tiles instead of terra cotta for inlay paving
Front courtyard
“Wow!!” — Teresa Tidwell
Priority 1 Project Management
5 Reviews
N. Mission Hills
Ideabooks358
Questions0
Spanish architecture
Spanish revival...canyon home
“Plant stands” — cw08
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Noe Valley
Ideabooks5,048
Questions2
Steps leading to and away from home. Would be a ice clean way to walk up to our new home. Love horizontal fence boards!
Design on top of the fence, courtyard ideas
“fence” — amcinaustin
Arthur Lathouris Garden Designer
4 Reviews
Lathouris Garden
Ideabooks4,830
Questions3
a well-grown Japanese maple evokes mental images of tranquility and mysticism unlike any other plant. These versatile trees are equally at home in the courtyards of a weathered Japanese temple and a contemporary urban high-rise. With thoughtful placement, well-chosen varieties and appropriate pruning
“japanese maple” — Andrea McGee
Archer & Buchanan Architecture, Ltd.
26 Reviews
Mine Road Farm - Exterior
Ideabooks5,881
Questions3
Looks like a PA fieldstone. Eldorado Stone makes a Padova Fieldstone or Orchard Cypress Ridge that looks close. Amazing home
B)This home was like this before the artichect got involved. Pinnacle Stone thinks it's "Glean Meadows Fieldstone". I looked - the website photo doesn't have the look that this home has.
“παράθυρα” — ifitsira
mark pinkerton - vi360 photography
8 Reviews
Oakland Hills Mansion
Ideabooks717
Questions0
Stately Spanish home
my home
“Grand stair” — Nathaniel Cates
Conte & Conte, LLC
5 Reviews
The Blue Door
Ideabooks6,618
Questions5
circle door and I'm using the donage (10") from the wall and setting it in a concrete foundation wall form to pour the street side of the garden courtyard
rarely make an appearance on exteriors. Shake things up by pairing a bright blue with a natural or neutral exterior for an unexpected welcome to your home.
rarely make an appearance on exteriors. Shake things up by pairing a bright blue with a natural or neutral exterior for an unexpected welcome to your home.Guide: When to Paint Your Door Blue
“FENCE. OUTSIDE.” — moooory
Roc+Solid Land Design
8 Reviews
Hill Country Prairie Garden
Ideabooks252
Questions0
A clever use of tiles makes an artful welcome to this Austin home.
Spanish tiles
“Love the tiles and flowers!” — susanb92
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