4,807 spanish courtyards homes Outdoor Design Photos

Sitescapes Landscape Architecture & Planning
Santa Barbara at Rancho Cucamonga
Ideabooks25
Questions0
that is so typical of Montecito. Santa Barbara’s building layout was established to create separate, more intimate courtyards as offshoots from the main State Street spine. These courtyards were all designed to be unique oases with dramatically different planting concepts to create equally diverse moods
Taking influence from early Santa Barbara, this community was designed to be a Spanish-style enclave. The Site Plan is oriented around a center street/paseo named after State Street in Santa Barbara. This main spine is lushly landscaped with unique specimens and has strong pedestrian elements, including
“Blue wall, simple landscaping” — studioparadise
Sitescapes Landscape Architecture & Planning
Santa Barbara at Rancho Cucamonga
Ideabooks12
Questions0
that is so typical of Montecito. Santa Barbara’s building layout was established to create separate, more intimate courtyards as offshoots from the main State Street spine. These courtyards were all designed to be unique oases with dramatically different planting concepts to create equally diverse moods
Taking influence from early Santa Barbara, this community was designed to be a Spanish-style enclave. The Site Plan is oriented around a center street/paseo named after State Street in Santa Barbara. This main spine is lushly landscaped with unique specimens and has strong pedestrian elements, including
“tree” — kcarljones
Sitescapes Landscape Architecture & Planning
Santa Barbara at Rancho Cucamonga
Ideabooks5
Questions0
that is so typical of Montecito. Santa Barbara’s building layout was established to create separate, more intimate courtyards as offshoots from the main State Street spine. These courtyards were all designed to be unique oases with dramatically different planting concepts to create equally diverse moods
Taking influence from early Santa Barbara, this community was designed to be a Spanish-style enclave. The Site Plan is oriented around a center street/paseo named after State Street in Santa Barbara. This main spine is lushly landscaped with unique specimens and has strong pedestrian elements, including
Pritzkat & Johnson Architects
4 Reviews
Contemporary / Island
Ideabooks44
Questions0
Spanish tile
inner courtyard
“inner courtyard” — Susann Rehbock
Harrell Remodeling
8 Reviews
Exteriors
Ideabooks158
Questions0
Great Spanish style, good color combo
An inviting courtyard
“tile” — intimatedelight
Jay Andre Construction, Inc.
14 Reviews
Andre Properties
Ideabooks9
Questions0
Courtyard night
Spanish style
“Outdoor tile” — rci123
Sitescapes Landscape Architecture & Planning
Santa Barbara at Rancho Cucamonga
Ideabooks46
Questions0
that is so typical of Montecito. Santa Barbara’s building layout was established to create separate, more intimate courtyards as offshoots from the main State Street spine. These courtyards were all designed to be unique oases with dramatically different planting concepts to create equally diverse moods
Taking influence from early Santa Barbara, this community was designed to be a Spanish-style enclave. The Site Plan is oriented around a center street/paseo named after State Street in Santa Barbara. This main spine is lushly landscaped with unique specimens and has strong pedestrian elements, including
“awning” — marieamm
Killeen Associates
San Luis Obispo - California Spanish
Ideabooks8
Questions0
San Luis Obispo - California Spanish
New Entry Courtyard.Custom Fountain of ceramic tile and iron spout. Wood Benches.
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™