A wide stone arch leads to the manicured courtyard of this Spanish-style home in Austin. Terra cotta roofing, lanterns and weathered woods work hand-in-hand to evoke the feel of a timeless Mediterranean estate.
Under a covered veranda enjoy a summer breeze and a good read while sitting on the beautiful bamboo furniture. Stucco walls and terra cotta roofing give this coastal home a resort feel to go with the scenic ocean views.
Rough stone pavers and terra cotta roof tiles add cozy ambiance to the outdoor spaces of this Mediterranean-inspired home. A potted lemon tree rests amid a collection of potted plants. A pergola-shaded patio looks onto a welcoming pool.
A built-in fire pit is surrounded by plenty of seating, creating a comfortable gathering spot for parties in this Austin, Texas, backyard. The house has Mediterranean influences, with a warm, neutral color palette and terra cotta tile roof.
This Texas patio features a full outdoor kitchen and a view of a tiled, tiered infinity pool and hot tub, not to mention the panoramic Austin countryside. Stone walls, warm wood finishes and a terra cotta tile roof give a nod to traditional Mediterranean design.
This Santa Barbara-style estate in Austin features all the hallmarks of Spanish Revival style, including stone finishes, arched openings and a terra cotta tile roof. A three-car garage and arched stone gate leading to a landscaped courtyard are among its many luxurious and custom touches.
The exterior of this beautiful, home is complete with neutral, stucco walls and a terra cotta shingled roof. Landscape designers included a mix of palm trees and other exotic plants to complete the couple's desire for a Moroccan inspired home that reminds them of their travels in the region.
With a gated entry and cobblestone drive, this 10,000-square-foot custom home is loaded with luxuries. Two parking pads provide space for guests, while a four-car garage is split between two wings of the house. Stone accents on the facade and a terra cotta tile roof are among the home's Mediterranean touches.
Rooms on the second floor of this French country estate all have a view of the pool from their private Juliet balconies. These balconies are covered by overhangs that match the terra-cotta tile roof. From the first floor, large French doors lead out of the common spaces onto the back patio and landscaped concrete pad around the pool.
A wing of this Mediterranean terrace juts out into the lush Sardinian landscape to offer sweeping views of the crisp blue sea. The terra cotta color of the tile extends onto the cushions of a built-in bench, as well as the warm wood roof of the covered veranda. This three-building villa rests at the heart of the village of Porto Rafael, just steps from the picturesque Piazzetta.
This Spanish-style kitchen courtyard forms an arresting study in contrasts. Terra-cotta-toned concrete pavers and red barrel roof tiles appear richer against pristine white walls, which in turn look luminous against the dark door and window casings.