20,274 spanish courtyards homes Home Design Photos

Mediterranean Exterior
Beautiful home!!! What is the exterior paint color?
where did you purchase the flooring in the courtyard please, so important I know thank you
Outdoor courtyard Spanish style
Spanish style n fountain
courtyard with flat roof
Spanish Mediterranean
Fort courtyard concept
Like courtyard...Internal courtyard...Spanish style house...the courtyard
“Combination of terra cotta tiles and stone tiles on patios.” — msmichaelsimpson
Koch Architects, Inc. Joanne Koch
5 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Renovation
what are the dimensions of the courtyard?
Outdoor space -courtyard. Block wind option.
Courtyard-breakfast in summer after a run :)
How family room flows to outside courtyard.
Love the idea of a courtyard In the centre of the house
Create a cool courtyard. Courtyards are domestic oases, especially with some plantings and a water feature or two. Perhaps add a pergola or other shading device as well to keep the area even cooler. And make sure all the rooms that front the courtyard have big windows and doors to take advantage of
“Open living room wall to deck” — huey7576
GDC Construction
1 Review
Val Verde
water feature Spanish style pergola outdoor tile
water feature~spanish style pergola tiled courtyard
courtyard and architecture of the place
Stairs like these from driveway level to the entry courtyard; possibly with old gate and low wall.
Nice sized courtyard
style of courtyard...Elements courtyard...Spanish wall....a beautiful home!...courtyard tile
“stone and fountain” — rsplawn
Vinci | Hamp Architects
Mid-North Residence
box shaped home with enclosed courtyard
This view from the third floor shows the orientation of spaces toward the courtyard, as well as how the building works: The entry is beyond, the living room (with a fireplace and chimney) is at right, and the second-floor terrace is in the foreground. Vinci, Hamp and team in essence have created a s
“Roof to control water over ouestern side.” — cormiedl
Pacific Western Painting, Inc.
7 Reviews
Castonguay Residence
make the chimney double duty on the backside of the formal dining room,so courtyard can contain a fireplace as well.
Like the Spanish design
spanish style house...Spanish style...Spanish Facade...spanish tiles...Courtyard idea
“this should be the living room, indoors making it look like its outside with blueish or redish light” — ralphguerrero
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
House, Art Studio, and detached garage. The stone and stucco house, reminiscent of rustic stone homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology is hidden amongst the historic detailing as the whole house can
I love this because of the Italian-Spanish feel
Gravel courtyard, lighting, planters, could create salvaged wood door like this for courtyard
Concrete design and Gravel, Gates into courtyard
“Could the floor be gravel?” — Maria Rey Marston
SoCal Contractor
27 Reviews
Spanish Revival
style very Spanish and lovely tile
in seating area with Spanish style tiling
Spanish revival. Vibrant Spanish tile adds quirky color to this outdoor space. Try using Spanish tile on a wall, the floor or the kickboards of a staircase. You can even find iron tables with Spanish tile tops. You can get a similar effect using bold-patterned fabrics on seat cushions, throw pillows
With some architecture styles, like Spanish revival, tiled hardscaping is just so much better than plain cement or stone. It adds instant cheerfulness.More: How to shop for cement and quarry
“love tile” — divaroyality1
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Colombatto Oceano
Paver and gate for entrance to the courtyard
entryway to home. circular raised steps
Spanish style - love it! wish it was smaller about 1500 sq feet
The charming gardens, courtyards and balconies are perfect for outdoor entertaining. In older Spanish revival homes, bedrooms and closets tend to be small.More about Spanish revival and Mediterranean styles
Spanish style. Especially popular in warmer regions of the country, Spanish revival–style homes tend to feature arches, tile work and white stucco. Some may have balconies or a central courtyard.Is it for you? Thick stucco walls and tile floors are naturally cool, which is ideal for warm climates. The
“is pretty but l like see in person if l win pch” — josemperez
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