The homeowners wanted to keep the guest house and main house spaces visually connected, but they liked the idea of keeping both spaces private, so designers added a small wall made of stucco to complement the design of both homes. Then, they lined the crushed limestone walkway with desert plants to create a connected, elegant design for both houses.
A two-story living room is made cozier by an inviting fireplace trimmed with decorative tile. Stucco walls, tile flooring dark wood trim and Juliet balconies enhance the Mediterranean style of the space. Arched doorways open up to the swimming pool and patio.
The visual interest in this home's yard comes from the interesting mix of materials and textures: gravel, concrete planters, a stucco wall, wood fencing. Green and yellow plants fill the space with life.
A stucco fireplace is trimmed in Spanish style tile to blend with the patio retaining wall and the nearby pool and pool house just out of view. The fireplace is flaked by water features to add to the comfortable and serene vibe of the patio.
Stone walls and wood beams stir an Old World charm in this airy outdoor dining space. Light green chairs surround a large granite square table below an intriguing metallic pendant light. Green climbing vines scale the stucco exterior walls, complementing the green dining chairs.