Standing tall at an impressive three stories, this white Mediterranean style home boasts a porch on the third floor with a pergola. Stone pavers in gravel lead up to an iron gate, adding to the already charming curb appeal.
Clean, manicured landscaping gives this courtyard a refined look while the layout creates an inviting flow to the front door. White stucco walls and clay tile roofing gives the exterior a decidedly Mediterranean appearance.
Painted pottery sits on yellow shelves in this Tuscan kitchen by designer Linda Adams. Natural light streams through the window, and potted plants and a bowl of oranges dot the counters. Blue and yellow tiles and a tiled backsplash are partnered with yellow and blue cabinets to give this cozy kitchen an Old World feel.
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.
To preserve a native oak tree, the Torrey Pines Landscape Company renovated the central courtyard to lessen water usage and create a background tapestry of plants appropriate to its microclimate. A Cameron flagstone patio seating area was carved out to connect to the original stone fireplace anchored to the home elevating the warmth of this outdoor living room.
Moroccan-inspired moldings and bright patterned tile lends an Old World feel to this outdoor kitchen. The crew of HGTV's Bang for Your Buck added a stainless steel grill, gas cooktop, sink and dishwater for thoroughly modern cooking power.
Designed as a second home, this 10,000-square-foot luxury estate has a Mediterranean-inspired design that includes a tile roof and stone accents on the facade. Inside, every room is strategically situated to capture lakefront views. A cobblestone drive provides access to two parking pads and a four-car garage.
This home was designed to be grand enough to impress, but low-key enough to make people feel at home. The underlying theme of this home was to make it so wonderful that when the clients' extended family came to visit they would never want to leave, and with the home's flowing spaces large enough for over 100 people while maintaining more intimate spaces for 10 people or less, designers have achieved their goal.