77 spanish courtyards homes Traditional Family Room Design Photos

Dresser Homes
9 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks75,796
Questions38
Would it be possible to see more pictues of the exterior of the home?
doors and transoms shown here are Spanish Cedar, stained a dark color. It is a wood very similar to mahogany but not as expensive. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
The trim is Gettysburg Grey in a satin finish. The walls are French Canvas (flat). Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
The porch is about 14' from the French doors to the fireplace. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
Sorry Margaret, but I think they were one of a kind. Our designer purchased them for us. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
information to come up with an opinion. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
Sorry, but I do not know where the chairs were purchased. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
Sorry, but I do not know where the sofa was purchased. Gary Dresser Dresser Homes
“family room” — 4insuperior
Sabella Carved Stone
1 Review
Fireplace Mantels
Ideabooks38
Questions0
Amiens Custom Library Mantel hand carved in Spanish Dark Emperador Marble. Design by AVID & Associates; Mark Smith Custom Homes
“Fireplace” — victldy
Norris Architecture
2 Reviews
Stone Residence 1
Ideabooks9,005
Questions7
A traditional house that meanders around courtyards built as though it where built in stages over time. Well proportioned and timeless. Presenting its modest humble face this large home is filled with surprises as it demands that you take your time to experiance it.
law office at home
“chairs and ottoman” — kristalb
Northern Virginia Premier Interior Designer Best of Houzz 2014
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Black Banks Plantation St. Simons Island
Ideabooks24
Questions0
St. Simons became home to two Spanish missions: San Buenaventura de Guadalquini, on the southern tip of the island, and Santo Domingo de Asao (or Asajo), on the northern tip. Located on the inland side of the island were the pagan refugee villages of San Simón, the island's namesake, and Ocotonico. In
Beginning in 1568, the Spanish attempted to create missions along the Georgia coast. Catholic missions were the primary means by which Georgia's indigenous Native American chiefdoms were assimilated into the Spanish colonial system along the northern frontier of greater Spanish Florida. In the 1600s St
History As Fort Frederica early as 1670, with Great Britain's establishment of the colony of Carolina and its expansion into Georgia territory, Spanish rule was threatened by the English. The Georgia coast was considered "debatable land" by England and Spain, even though Spain had fully retreated from
“Drop leaf table” — donnahale
Kevin Patrick O'Brien Architect, Inc.
5 Reviews
American River Courtyard Home
Ideabooks2
Questions0
American River Courtyard Home
MDB Design Group
5 Reviews
Spanish home
Ideabooks2
Questions0
It's like a sunken courtyard in the middle of the house. Esp with the ceiling open to the sky. So many arches! They make the space so outstanding.
Spanish home
“It's like a sunken courtyard in the middle of the house. Esp with the ceiling open to the sky. So ma” — Kelci Cell
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
22 Reviews
Plaistowe Residence
Ideabooks61
Questions0
This Spanish Peaks residence was designed around views of Mt. Wilson, as well as to not disturb wetlands located on site. Geothermal heating is used in this project, tapping into a great source of alternative energy that this region of Southwestern Montana has to offer. The main spaces in the home are
great room, dining room, and kitchen all connected. A radial fireplace anchors one corner, opening 180º to the great room, as well as to an exterior courtyard. The other corner holds a circular staircase, which is also open to the spaces below, adding a unique detail to the room. A staggered garage plan
“Love the beam lines!” — face16505
Centre Sky Architecture Ltd
22 Reviews
Plaistowe Residence
Ideabooks36
Questions0
This Spanish Peaks residence was designed around views of Mt. Wilson, as well as to not disturb wetlands located on site. Geothermal heating is used in this project, tapping into a great source of alternative energy that this region of Southwestern Montana has to offer. The main spaces in the home are
great room, dining room, and kitchen all connected. A radial fireplace anchors one corner, opening 180º to the great room, as well as to an exterior courtyard. The other corner holds a circular staircase, which is also open to the spaces below, adding a unique detail to the room. A staggered garage plan
“floors” — millersburg
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