A small, rooftop terrace provides the perfect place to take in the great outdoors. Terra-cotta pavers, Spanish tiles and stunning mountain views transport guests on a Mediterranean retreat. Potted herbs and shrubs enhance the Tuscan feel of the space. Design by Joan Grabel
A simple rectangular pool amidst a large-than-life view and a gorgeous stone patio is the perfect addition to this charming Mediterranean home. Simple water features add visual interest to the minimal design.
Clean, manicured landscaping gives this courtyard a refined look while the layout creates an inviting flow to the front door. White stucco walls and clay tile roofing gives the exterior a decidedly Mediterranean appearance.
Located in Lakeway, Texas, this incredible Mediterranean style home overlooks a great panorama of the surrounding hills. This is a perfect example of a transitional home embracing a cleaner, more contemporary look, while keeping a bit of old world warmth.
To accommodate this large home and all its guests, a spacious laundry room is necessary to keep all the home's spaces clean and bright, and with the colorful arabesque tile backsplash, the useful space becomes a stylish addition to this Mediterranean home.
Standing tall at an impressive three stories, this white Mediterranean style home boasts a porch on the third floor with a pergola. Stone pavers in gravel lead up to an iron gate, adding to the already charming curb appeal.
Enter into this gorgeous courtyard and be greeted by beautiful gardens on either side. The large Mediterranean style wall creates privacy while a white pergola can be used as a base for climbing plants.