Update your driveway with new hardscape choices, from pavers with a hand-cobbled look to boulders framing the area. The Bergerac pavers from Belgard, which have a dimpled texture, are manufactured by Superlite, an Oldcastle company.
A banquette features a sofa and eight seats with cushions used to emphasize the Moorish textures and furniture styling. The custom veneer panels creating the banquette area were hand-stained on site and made to match the walnut cabinetry.
An interior courtyard not only creates a seamless transition into the woods, but also opens the home to natural light and cool breezes. Standing beneath this broad arch allows for views of the hillside, too.
The wooden furniture, panels and lighting in this dining room are a trademark of Old World style. The space features a hanging lantern fixture, which serves as an interesting focal point while providing soft lighting.
A mix of rich textures and colors combine for an Old World-inspired bathroom. Distressed wood is used on the vanity, while a variety of tiles, from small mosaics to large neutral squares, creates a visually enticing space.
Designed to look like a European chateau, this Tudor-style stone home is surrounded by lush landscaping and beautiful trees. The walls are covered with ivy, creating an Old World look, while wide stone steps lead up the entrance.
Gayler Construction gave the owners the look they were after with a European-style range with built-in hood and decorative corbels. A black and tan fleur de lys-like tile backsplash added uniqueness, while custom cabinetry, custom flooring and custom millwork enhanced the room’s Old World appeal.
This dining room has Old World charm with a long formally set dining table and chairs on an Oriental rug. To continue the style, the room features stacked stone columns, rod iron accents and earthy red walls.
The second-story spa spills into a 10’ deep 24’x27’ pool that features a grotto-style seating area tucked beneath a privacy waterfall wall. Decorative sculpted cornices and column elements add Old World elegance to the cantilevered design.
To make this Old World-inspired bathroom even more serene, designer Debra Campbell added a lower counter vanity for a cozy, fireside makeup area. Jerusalem stone countertops provide a sleek spot to get ready, while an arched window offers striking outside views. When not in use, the cushioned, bamboo stool can easily be stored underneath the vanity and out of sight.