Built in 1957, this Dallas, Tex., residence was renovated to honor the architecture of the original design while also updating it for a modern family. MESA revamps the grounds to highlight the International style of Oak Court, including a chic pool that's integrated into the structural wall of the house. Contemporary red lounge chairs add a burst of color to the minimalist landscaping.
The enclosed courtyard off Oak Court, a International architecture style home in Dallas, Tex., is ideal for nighttime entertaining. The sleek pool water feature has jets that light up, while simple landscaping of trees and a round rock bed create an elegant yet contemporary display.
Though the kitchen is newly renovated, the designers used warm wood cabinets to help it complement the home's Tudor architecture. A large island gives the owners plenty of room for meal prep and entertaining.
A Mediterranean-style stone terrace is perfectly sited to take advantage of the gorgeous sunsets along Newport Coast, California. A lantern provides light and complements the style of the architecture, while clean-lined, contemporary seating gives a hint to the home's Mediterranean Modern interiors.
Classical columns with Neo-Gothic arches adorn the outdoor lounging areas of this sprawling Mediterranean-style estate. The pink stucco facades and Mediterranean roof tiles tie the pool pavilions in with the rest of the architecture. The 3.5-acre property features tiered pools and courtyards, creating the ultimate outdoor oasis in the heart of Beverly Hills.
A series of stone terraces and long pools step down to the main pool on the grounds of this 3.5-acre Mediterranean estate, located at the heart of Beverly Hills. A series of pool structures mirror the home's pink stucco Mediterranean architecture, while the entertainment-ready back garden is offered privacy by the dense, well-manicured foliage that surrounds it.
An arched doorway leads to the side lawn of this waterfront home on Massachusetts' Chapoquoit Island. Shingle siding, contrasting white trim and peaked gables are all hallmarks of the home's Cape Cod-style architecture. Every room in the luxury home features a water view.
Two long pools step down to a larger main pool in this beautifully manicured back lawn. Pink-stuccoed pavilions complement the Mediterranean architecture of the main house, which was built in 1927 and designed by famed architect Gordon Kaufmann. Outdoor statuary and crisp, immaculate gardens form the backdrop to a luxury oasis.
Mature trees offer privacy and shade for this Mediterranean estate located on the idyllic Lake Boca Raton. Spanish style architecture and a serene courtyard makes this villa appear as though it belongs in the South of France, not an inlet in Florida.
A lighted water feature turns this pond into a showpiece that lights the way to this luxurious, castle-like home in Colleyville, Texas. The two-acre property features multiple outdoor living areas, as well as Gothic-styling in the architecture that includes castle turrets and Gothic arches.
A large, central kitchen island is a versatile, functional feature that rests at the heart of this Chapoquoit Island home. The kitchen and adjoining breakfast room feature whitewashed walls and trim, with white-painted cabinetry giving the space a clean, yet homey feel. Leaded glass in the cabinet doors is a traditional touch that lends weight to the design and connects with the home's traditional, Cape Cod-style architecture. Broad windows and glass doors usher in loads of natural light and take maximum advantage of the sweeping water views.
The backyard pool and hot tub at this sprawling Newport Coast, California, estate offers sweeping views of coastline and ocean. The 11,000-square-foot home features multiple indoor and outdoor living areas, as well as a beautiful mix of Mediterranean-inspired architecture and transitional and contemporary interiors.