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Seven Oaks Showcase
Spanish Mission style
courtyard off dining
of my home...front courtyard...courtyard is gravel...shaded courtyard
Vanguard Studio Inc.
4500 Spanish Oaks
windows, spanish tile on bench in pool
spanish ranch awesome backyard
Very Spanish looking
shape, spanish, covered deck
spanish earth tone...color of home...4500 Spanish Oaks
the Spanish/Mediterranean style, the shape of the window in front
spanish 2nd addition
courtyard and driveway
Spanish style home...Nice medi home...low courtyard wall...Nice home design
nice wall height for courtyard, needs a little more plants though
entrance is interesting. better with spanish tile
Courtyard , not pretentious
nt of home...Courtyard gate...style home...ustom Homes...for this home
Robinette Architects, Inc.
The Light House I
Great house layout with private "courtyard".
covered courtyard--use in front of house facing east & south?
Loggia or privat "porch" in back. Similar to Spanish style
loggias of Spanish colonial architecture. The proliferation of air conditioning and private swimming pools, along with the importance of a private, fenced backyard, eliminated the preference for the front porch.
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
central courtyard while secondary terraces and walled gardens expand the living areas towards the views and morning light. Simple, rustic details and traditional, handmade materials evoke a lifestyle of a distant era.
This home is an adobe home built in 1925. I took the old steel 1950's panel windows out. I Would like to add a wooden trim on the outside. Something similar to the photo. A lot of the the homes in Santa Fe, NM have this type of window trim.
It falls into the courtyard and then into surface drains
Red tile roof. Spanish Mission style adobe. wood door
Exteriors By Chad Robert
Private Residence II
Moorish vs Spanish IS very "Spanish"
josie/moroccan courtyard, this is the style I like only maybe smaller
around your home, reducing flammable vegetation. To avoid the "scorched earth" look, work with inflammable floorings (such as tile and stone), mulch (such as gravel) and plants with low fuel/high moisture content (such as lawn and succulents). This home's courtyard provides a firebreak that uses noncombustible
Jorge Ulibarri Custom Homes
sq. ft. home designed and built by Jorge Ulibarri, www.imyourbuilder.com The home features 5 bedrooms, a poker room, 6-car garage located on the golf course with its own private putting greens. For more design ideas and new construction tips, subscribe to the blog, www.tradesecretsbyjorge.com
The courtyard type driveway.
My dream Tuscan style home.
spanish style...Custom Homes...on this home...Spanish style home...Spanish hm...future home