7,211 Made in Mexico Transitional Home Design Photos

LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Rocky Ledge Entry with View
about the stairs: They were custom designed and built in place by the builder - and are not available commercially. The entry doors were also custom made. The floors are constructed of a baked white oak surface-treated with an ebony analine dye. The stair handrails are painted black with a polyurethane
I love the newell post. It is custom and if so where was it made? Or any suggestions where to find similar ones.
Studly. The studded doors at a resort in Mexico inspired these custom-made doors in a Massachusetts coastal home.
The clients love visiting the One&Only Palmilla resort in Mexico, and gave the team an inspiration photo of some of the studded doors at the resort. This technique was used on several doors throughout the house, including those on the carriage-style front entry. The general style of these doors
“Style” — Jaana Goeggel
Urrutia Design
Mill Valley, CA
The table is an antique from Mexico. It was made from the door of a salvaged ship. It's a unique table and not "mass-produced." --Jason Urrutia/Urrutia Design
Hi Machominnow, Each NanaWall system is custom made so it's difficult to provide you with an estimate. Visit our website www.nanawall.com and choose a door system that you like. Once you have one in mind
“Doors” — k2travers
In Detail Interiors
12 Reviews
Condo small bath: Transitional
hangs on it when needed. Day to day the tub shines as the star! The client also requested a kitty litter box cut into one side of the cabinet so we made the cabinetry look the same from front but on side next to toilet is a small cutout for kitty to enter and exit. The door opens to easily clean the
Why not go with glass tile made in America including Canada and Mexico? Marin Designworks, Fireclay Crush, Interstyle, Oceanside Glass.
“shower niche” — Mahalo Farm Designs
Transitional Kitchen
can you tell me who the counter stool is made by?
This is a tile we customized from Tabarka, sold through Ann Sacks. If I remember correctly they are produced in New Mexico, and you can choose colors from about 12-16 choices... the client is really happy with the look, and glad you like too.
“Barstool” — Siobhan Andrews
High Pointe Custom Homes LLC
New London Road
The stone is natural field stone and the door was custom made from hand-selected artifacts by artisans in New Mexico. Thanks for your interest!
“Above ground crypt” — Colleen Blake
Prull Custom Builders
4 Reviews
Monte Sereno Custom Home
This is a Canterra Door and it was custom designed, built for us, and imported from Mexico. Let us know if you have any other questions!
“Concrete color” — geekyberry
Transitional Patio
Mexico colors
“Patio” — emilyrae
Wright Interior Group
19 Reviews
Ocean Front Condo
Mexico house?
“Layout” — hazlee75
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