An adobe fireplace anchors this Southwestern-inspired living room. The space is filled with custom touches, including the leather-upholstered coffee table and bobbin chairs. A light wall color helps to enhance the natural light in the room.
The spacious African-inspired lounge incorporates a thatched roof and smooth adobe walls. The welcoming natural tones and relaxed furnishings create a unique environment for enjoying the surrounding views.
This living room is full of bold color, a fun juxtaposition with the room's Southwestern architecture including adobe walls and heavy wood ceiling beams. Green curtains pull the eye up; the blue media console pops off the wall, muting the presence of the tv.
Lower-level garden beds are part of the limestone retaining wall that separates the patio from the lawn. The look along the wall continues to be dynamic with the waterfall runoff from the infinity pool.
The family who own this Southwestern-style home wanted one space in which to hang out as a family and play games, do art and read together. A second living space was designed to be more of an entertaining area, as well as a place for the family to watch tv. In both room, designers punctuated the adobe walls with pops of bright colors: red, green and blue.
The open courtyard features an elegant southwestern style with an adobe-style fireplace, stucco walls, exposed wood beams and terracotta tile floors. Comfortable furniture surrounds the fireplace, creating a welcoming outdoor gathering space.
Grass and flagstone pavers create a footpath around a hot tub to an adobe-style outdoor fireplace. Tall landscaping helps to camouflage the retaining wall, adding another layer of privacy to the backyard oasis.
The enchanting entry features an antique foyer table, a high-backed settee and a collection of all-white earthenware. Dark hardwood floors are topped with a knobbed area rug, while the whitewashed walls have a smooth adobe finish.
Rustic wood beam, terracotta tile patio and large outdoor lanterns create a welcoming, southwestern-inspired entryway. Adobe terracotta roof tiles pair with stucco exterior walls for a Spanish-inspired home on a vineyard.
A hallmark of Southwestern architectural style, this adobe home exterior features Pueblo Revival design with a flat roof and rounded exterior walls. A bright red front door and window frames pop against the brown exterior, giving the home character.