A shimmering copper pedestal tub fills this cozy hideaway bathing nook. Spanish tile gives a rustic feel with subtle recessed lighting above. A built-in shelf is within reach of the tub to hold everything needed for a relaxing bathtime.
Hyde Evans Design developed an eclectic Mediterranean style by adding dark accents and a stone-look fireplace in this airy white family room. A striped area rug adds interest while softening the neutral tile floors.
The pool house of this luxurious Miami Beach estate features a full bar and a backlit lounge area, perfect for hosting the hottest parties in town. The waterfront estate, named Terra Veritatis, was built in 1937 and has undergone an extensive restoration and renovation.
This Mediterranean estate nestled in the hills of Del Mar, California received a major update with both renovations and furnishings. Beautiful landscaped beds and wide driveways welcome visitors as they arrive.
Entering this Mediterranean masterpiece, guests are greeted with a beautiful, marble spiral staircase that leads down into an open seating area complete with built-in alcoves to display fine artwork. Lit by a perfectly situated fireplace and a gorgeous glass chandelier, this cozy seating area s perfect for formal entertaining.
With stunning views to match this beautiful house, this large Mediterranean-style home is situated right on the ocean. This style home became extremely popular in the U.S. from 1918 to 1940. The homes were modeled after the hacienda style, with red tile roofs, arches and plaster surfaces. This style is very popular again and features a lot of the original design elements, including porticos, balconies and ornamental details such as heavy wooden doors and multicolored tiles.
Just off the Mediterranean kitchen is another bar area that gives the homeowners plenty of space for their frequent parties. Underfoot, a tapered French limestone floor gives the kitchen some "ooh-la-la" oomph. The darker cabinets here contrast with the maple wood cabinets in the kitchen, which have an opaque paint glaze called "modeling," giving a leathery effect that plays nicely off the aged metal hardware.
From the water, the view of this 18,000-square-foot Miami Beach estate is pristine and spectacular. An arched portico runs along the rear central wing of the home, which was built in 1937 in the Mediterranean Revival style. The property has undergone an extensive renovation to turn it into a great space for modern living and entertaining.
This open concept sitting room with vaulted ceilings is perfect for formal entertaining. Guests can lounge and enjoy fireside cocktails before venturing into the adjoining dining room. This space's natural radiance is all in the details—from the delightful crown molding and spiraling marble staircase lined with metalwork railings to the exquisite furnishings.
This master bath, designed by Barry Dixon, exudes subtle luxury—a cozy fireplace, handsome marble tiles stretching up the walls, even a table for tea in front of the fire. A large wardrobe provides storage for towels and other necessities.
A series of covered outdoor living spaces overlook an infinity pool and hot tub in the backyard of this Austin home. Throughout the house, design distinction is achieved with the contrast of light stone finishes and dark-stained wood.
Built-in ledges house beauty products in this Spanish powder room, a convenient feature that increases the functionality of the space. A pedestal sink has a unique, decorative iron base, and its intricate pattern is echoed on the stenciled wall. A floor-to-ceiling mirror visually expands the room.
Gorgeous Great Room Features Exposed Beams & Chic Furnishings
This gorgeous great room has a Mediterranean countenance thanks to the exposed beams and a heavy, ornate door. Paired with stark white walls and chic furnishings, the design is Spanish modern with a twist.
White Mediterranean Eat-In Kitchen With Arched Windows
The stately lines of this Mediterranean kitchen are highlighted with the light and dark palette: dark colors for the island and range hood, whites and creams for the backsplash, walls and cabinets. In the breakfast nook, arched windows are a graceful touch.
This white Mediterranean bedroom features arches, coves and ornate crown molding, and vintage wood furnishings and window seating area that make this space a classic room aglow with natural light. Not to mention, the cove behind the bed is the perfect place to display prized artwork.