260 spanish courtyards homes Staircase Design Photos

JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates)
1 Review
Home built by JMA (Jim Murphy and Associates); designed by Sara Woodfield. Photo credit, Tim Maloney, Technical Imagery Studios. Building this home on
constructed of Rastra block for all its walls with clay tiles on the roof. The home's interior gets its warm appearance from the plaster walls and the reclaimed
really see is radiant heating that's bulit into the floors of a home. This allows the home to heat from the bottom up without taking away from the total
“Front doors” — barefootbungalow
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Sennikoff Architects
4 Reviews
McEwan Residence
Once a two-story Spanish style home, the Warm Contemporary remodel/addition is nearly complete. The home features a new modern kitchen, a glass entry wine
Once a two-story Spanish style home, the Warm Contemporary remodel/addition is nearly complete. The home features a new modern kitchen, a
“Techo escalera” — Diana Rojano
Arbour House
The dwelling adopts a courtyard typology with two pavilions linked by a large double height stairwell and external courtyard. The form is conceptualised
object carved from a solid volume of the allowable building area with the courtyard providing a protective volume from which to cross ventilate each of the
the house connection but also discrete and subtle separation – the family home as a village. Photo Credits: Scott Burrows
Structure Home
Spanish Colonial Revival
An Interior Photo of a Beautiful Spanish Colonial Revival Custom Home in Los Angeles built by Structure Home. Photography by: Everett Fenton Gidley.
Spanish Colonial Revival
“Wood & tile stairs.” — Angela Marchetti of Crown Avenue Interiors
Mina Brinkey
6 Reviews
My Houzz: Duncan Residence
Where did you purchase your tiles from? I love this home. Beautifully done with so much happiness!!
I looooove hand painted tiles (especially Spanish, Moroccan and Mexican). I would love to incorporate tiles in either the
w/iron is easier to hold onto. wood matches dark casing around doors. Spanish risers.
tile makes a beautiful statement on the stairs - I would love this in my home instead of carpet!
AFTER: To bring Mexican flair to the Florida home, the owners installed imported Mexican Talavera tiles on the stair risers. The end result is a beautiful
“Color” — Virginia Zimmerley Stewart
WC Design Center
2 Reviews
Laguna Spanish Home Project
Spanish home remodel in Laguna. Hand painted tiles. Saltillo floor tiles
Laguna Spanish Home Project
Shanghai Green Antiques
3 Reviews
Green Antiques - Chinese Antique Architectural Pieces - Projects
ceilings, doors, windows, pillars, room dividers, temple doors, courtyard entrance gates, courtyard doors, village gates, entrance doors, interior doors, interior
containing thousands of Chinese antique cabinets; interior and exterior courtyard doors; windows; carvings; tables; chairs; beds; wood and stone Buddhist
shown as hanging on the stairway wall at the 6,000 sq.ft. Forest Manor 1-36 home in Shanghai China, designed and developed by the Green Antiques Design Team
and development team have designed, built and remodeled dozens of high end homes in China and the United States, each and every one loaded with antique Chinese
Jamison Architects
The Bird House
country home...entry courtyard...feature courtyard...architectural home
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