16,140 spanish courtyards homes Home Design Photos

Jeni Lee
Courtyard
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A small courtyard connects the main house The main bathroom also overlooks this private courtyard.
wall, stone bench, tree in center of courtyard
A small courtyard connects the main house with a fourth bedroom, currently set up as a music room. The main bathroom also overlooks this private courtyard
A small courtyard connects the main house with a fourth bedroom, currently set up as a music room. The main bathroom also overlooks this private
“Plants around tree” — gingercrunch
James D. LaRue Architects
13 Reviews
Lost Gold Cave
Ideabooks3,114
Questions3
Are there other pictures of this home's interior? Exterior?
courtyard entry w/ limestone...Home perfection, stone, steel...This courtyard...courtyard and dog trot...Glass Hall from courtyard
“stone/windows” — Lindsey Hanna Design
HartmanBaldwin Design/Build
6 Reviews
Baughman Avenue Residence
Ideabooks1,370
Questions2
Green Door With Warm Terra-Cotta Here's another light exterior palette that's perfect for a home in a hot climate
saltilo tile on porch (spanish tiles on face of step)
Walkway at the end of the courtyard, terra cotta inlaid tile. Door to kitchen at the end.
Warm Terra-CottaHere's another light exterior palette that's perfect for a home in a hot climate. Terra-cotta pavers can be tricky to work with because of
“specifically love this door, love the tile” — Nancy Turner
Envision Web
Black Banks Plantation
Ideabooks61
Questions0
into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions:
people on St. Simons, which they called Guadalquini. Beginning in 1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions
nt of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The Georgia coast was considered "debatable
side of St. Simons Island to protect Savannah and the Carolinas from the Spanish threat. Between 1736 and 1749 Fort Frederica was the hub of British military
What do you like about this photo? I LOVE the Spanish moss, gate design, gas lights, ferns growing wherever and the beautiful
“...ivy wrapped columns” — elsenore
Fine House Studio
Spanish Casa
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Spanish Casa...spanish homes...spanish houses...spanish interiors...OLD SPANISH STYLE...real homes...spanish living...spanish retreats...spanish villasa...spanish vistas
“Dark wood furniture with a splash of colour and plenty of light coming through this lovely French do” — Fine House Studio
Fine House Studio
Spanish Casa
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Spanish Casa...OLD SPANISH STYLE...real homes...spanish homes...Spanish style...Spanish tile...spanish vistas...spanish houses...spanish interiors
“Stunning arched veranda in the heart of Ibiza countryside” — Fine House Studio
Fine House Studio
Spanish Casa
Ideabooks2
Questions0
Spanish Casa...spanish homes...spanish houses...spanish interiors...real homes...Spanish Colonial...spanish living...Spanish tile...spanish vistas...OLD SPANISH STYLE
“Wall hanging” — nalinivk
Fine House Studio
Spanish Casa
Ideabooks5
Questions0
Spanish Casa...real homes...Spanish Colonial...spanish homes...spanish houses...spanish interiors...spanish living...Spanish tile...spanish vistas...OLD SPANISH STYLE
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