A dense Mediterranean-style garden with thyme borders an outdoor patio with a small metal patio set. The potted cypress tree is an elegant nod to Mediterranean design and a relatively low-maintenance addition to the landscape.
This Mediterranean style outdoor space with gravel walkway and garden landscaping offers bench seating for quiet contemplation. The stone statue and metal arbor add visual interest to this serene space.
The Mediterranean-inspired home in Switzerland features a warm orange stucco exterior and a terracotta tile roof. Expansive terraced lawns lined by stacked stone walls overlook beautiful views of Lake Lugano.
Stepping stones are carefully arranged in a neat pattern outside this Mediterranean-style home, adding texture and interest to the home's already unique landscaping. Natural stone walls and walkways complement the home's stucco exterior.
"Many Mediterranean-style homes in the United States are often found in warmer climates. That means that trees and shrubs around your Mediterranean-style home are likely to grow much more quickly and fully than around homes in other parts of the country," according to the experts at The Plan Collection. "As a result, frequent landscaping and gardening maintenance is essential for enhancing curb appeal."
Set low against the horizon and encircled by trees, this Mediterranean-style home in Scottsdale, Ariz., appears like an oasis in the desert, exuding peace and tranquility. A gravel path gently guides visitors past the front lawn to the main entrance.
Waving grasses, lush plantings and beautiful trees flank a stone-and-moss walkway that leads to a Tuscan-inspired villa. French doors surround the outdoor space creating a seamless blend between the indoors and out.