18,965 spanish courtyards homes Home Design Photos

Duxbury Architects
2 Reviews
Featured Work
Ideabooks1,778
Questions2
I want this look for my Home.
make the home expensive.) but it still incorporates a courtyard patio
secod floor room u shape home
KT- another idea worth looking into...a very open glass wall of kitchen or great room looking into courtyard...and other rooms opening into the same...
covered patio and courtyard, glass wall
“Finestre” — lorenzo02
Stofft Cooney Architects
Spice Bay Residence
Ideabooks3,185
Questions1
i want to ask how i can get the floor plan for this home
Looks like two houses in one with a courtyard
It's looked cozy spanish style. I like the idea that it comes
walled courtyard and right side of house with window
Note the mission-inspired wall detail on the right side of this newer Florida home's elevation. The two-story element on the left lightly alludes to bell towers seen on some early-20th-century examples. Florida is another area heavily influenced and defined by Mediterranean styles.
“hi” — interior
Dungan Nequette Architects
5 Reviews
Mix of Images
Ideabooks3,125
Questions2
Like the glass look out for island home design
interesting alternative to the spanish courtyard surrounded by high walls. cheaper. still traditional looking. high windows surrounded room
Another example of Spanish, but allowing the steel windows and more modern clean lines to come through. Keeps the home from having to stay within a certain theme.
There's something about this house that I like! Is this Spanish-style?
Spanish tile roof, modern massing and windows, traditional Spanish fusion
“The one” — Patricia Pitts-Green
Cassy Aoyagi, FormLA Landscaping
1 Review
Al Fresco Dining
Ideabooks12,361
Questions8
ft patio. Obviiously, the ARTOBRICK product has concete in it and is much more durable, but also much more costly as it is made to order. I have a spanish theme throughout, just need something that will last and not fade, chip, etc. This looks like Arto's product, is it? Gorgeous patio by the way.
pendant lights are from Cisco Home (www.ciscohome.net) Los Angeles. While these are beautifully teal, visible in the daylight photo of the living room, they do come in a variety of lovely colors.
Hi Claudia, thanks for your question. The lights are from Cisco Home (www.ciscohome.net), and they come
Isn't it amazing? Preserving this decades old Hollywood Juniper drove many of our decisions in designing the space - it was original to the home.
“cocoabollo table” — Jodie Calcagno
Casa Smith Designs, LLC
4 Reviews
Casa Smith's California Garden
Ideabooks5,081
Questions5
We worked hard to create an environment that everyone feels at home at. Photo Credit: Mark Pinkerton, vi360
These are available from several suppliers. Simply search on "Spanish Hanging Baskets" and you'll find a number of options.
How I would like my patio or courtyard to look.
Gorgeous Spanish look- cool courtyard too.
Plants in a Spanish style home
“you can feel living is so pretty” — azaranaria
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Spanish/Mexican Colonial
Ideabooks2,419
Questions3
Really like this Moroccan/ spanish looking patio
Love the coziness. Perfect for our courtyard
Shaded patio, Spanish look.
Small tile courtyard fountain
Spanish/Mexican Colonial
Patio courtyard...spanish fountain...cosy courtyard...Simple courtyard...courtyard idea
“Wall fountain” — awhite62
Evens Architects
5 Reviews
Tierra de Paz
Ideabooks145
Questions1
Spanish Colonial courtyard home in Manhattan Beach by Evens Architects - Bocce Court
I want to build a bocce ball court at my next home. Thx for any help.
Spanish Colonial
“Bocci ball holder” — crannagh
Diamond Homes, Inc.
Patios
Ideabooks3,778
Questions2
This courtyard patio looks relaxing. I like the grey stone and blue trim.
Urban Courtyard Having a private outdoor space in the city is something many urbanites dream of. This courtyard gets a boost in character from vibrant
9. Urban CourtyardHaving a private outdoor space in the city is something many urbanites dream of. This courtyard gets a boost in character from vibrant blue trim on the windows and from climbing vines.
9. Urban CourtyardHaving a private outdoor space in the city
city is something many urbanites dream of. This Denver courtyard gets a boost in character from vibrant blue trim on the windows and from climbing vines.
Choose the right vine. One way to minimize damage is by choosing a type of vine that is less likely to damage your home. Avoid English ivy, which has very tough clinging roots and is known to be invasive. Boston ivy or Virginia creeper would be a better choice for a classic vine-covered look, or try
“Windows” — adelemc2
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