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Mediterraner Patio mit Pflastersteinen Ideen und Design

Arcadia Spanish Colonial | Courtyard
Arcadia Spanish Colonial | Courtyard
Greey PickettGreey Pickett
The landscape of this home honors the formality of Spanish Colonial / Santa Barbara Style early homes in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix. By re-grading the lot and allowing for terraced opportunities, we featured a variety of hardscape stone, brick, and decorative tiles that reinforce the eclectic Spanish Colonial feel. Cantera and La Negra volcanic stone, brick, natural field stone, and handcrafted Spanish decorative tiles are used to establish interest throughout the property. A front courtyard patio includes a hand painted tile fountain and sitting area near the outdoor fire place. This patio features formal Boxwood hedges, Hibiscus, and a rose garden set in pea gravel. The living room of the home opens to an outdoor living area which is raised three feet above the pool. This allowed for opportunity to feature handcrafted Spanish tiles and raised planters. The side courtyard, with stepping stones and Dichondra grass, surrounds a focal Crape Myrtle tree. One focal point of the back patio is a 24-foot hand-hammered wrought iron trellis, anchored with a stone wall water feature. We added a pizza oven and barbecue, bistro lights, and hanging flower baskets to complete the intimate outdoor dining space. Project Details: Landscape Architect: Greey|Pickett Architect: Higgins Architects Landscape Contractor: Premier Environments Photography: Scott Sandler
Maryland Drive
Maryland Drive
Joseph Spierer Architects, Inc.Joseph Spierer Architects, Inc.
The embrace of dusk’s warm glow creates a feeling of peace and tranquility.
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Transitional Santa Barbara
Transitional Santa Barbara
EARTH AND IMAGESEARTH AND IMAGES
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Mission Hills Landscape
Mission Hills Landscape
Leland Construction IncLeland Construction Inc
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Spanish influenced designs
Spanish influenced designs
Clint Miller ArchitectClint Miller Architect
The home owner desired a home that would grace their Arcadia neighborhood in a subtle manner and echo the original ranch homes of the area. To achieve this desire, they drew on architectural influences from both Ranch Hacienda and Rural Mediterranean. Ranch Hacienda architecture is reflective of historical ranch heritage from rural Arizona and traditional Spanish Hacienda style homes. It is defined by the prominent use of two primary building materials: stone and exterior plaster. This style projects casual informality, characterized by the use of traditional clay tile roofs, timbers, and exposed rafter tails. Informal and asymmetrical rectilinear forms characterize the Rural Mediterranean style, while gable shed roofs create a charming country appearance similar to those in old world vineyards. The primary façade and entry create a friendly and inviting atmosphere. By positioning the home’s long axis perpendicular to the street, the main room is exposed to dramatic views of the Camelback Mountain and, as well, protected from direct sun exposure. Thus, the north courtyard presents direct views of Camelback and offers a very comfortable gathering place for residents and guests to enjoy their favorite glass of wine, during delightful conversation.
Delectable  Dining Rooms
Delectable Dining Rooms
Marlene Oliphant Designs LLCMarlene Oliphant Designs LLC
This Spanish home has an interior courtyard that is perfect for alfresco dining. Leftover tile from a bath project was used to create an outdoor mural on a large outside wall.
Casa Smith's California Garden
Casa Smith's California Garden
Casa Smith Designs, LLCCasa Smith Designs, LLC
We worked hard to create an environment that everyone feels at home at. Photo Credit: Mark Pinkerton, vi360
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Spanish Colonial Custom New Home,  River Oaks
Spanish Colonial Custom New Home, River Oaks
Mirador BuildersMirador Builders
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Fireplaces
Fireplaces
Influence Outdoors Landscape Design & BuildInfluence Outdoors Landscape Design & Build
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1931 Paradise Valley Restoration/Renovation
1931 Paradise Valley Restoration/Renovation
| SPIRAL ARCHITECTS || SPIRAL ARCHITECTS |
A small patio off the master bedroom sitting room leads directly to the fountain-themed spa. Architect: Gene Kniaz, Spiral Architects General Contractor: Linthicum Custom Builders Photo: Maureen Ryan Photography
Family Compound
Family Compound
Paul Hendershot Design, Inc.Paul Hendershot Design, Inc.
Many outdoor rooms interconnect around this entire “Family Compound,” a back house, and adjourning guest home. There is everything you need to entertain a giant family and to have friends over for a pool party. Some elements include a huge agave orchard with courtyards, an outdoor BBQ kitchen, a vegetable garden with fruit trees, a swimming pool, patios and levels. The landscape design also addresses drought tolerance and organic gardening. Paul Hendershot Design Inc. furniture: https://www.houzz.com/photos/products/seller--paulhendershot PC | Alicia Cattoni for paulhendershotdesign.com
Camelot Reserve
Camelot Reserve
Camelot HomesCamelot Homes
Bringing the outdoors in with retractable patio doors.
Mediterraner Patio mit Pflastersteinen in Phoenix
Tucson Tortoises in the Shade
Tucson Tortoises in the Shade
Santa Rita Landscaping, Inc.Santa Rita Landscaping, Inc.
This was a unique remodel project of a crowded backyard. The customers requested shade, screening from the uphill neighbors and a usable entertaining space all while working to integrate a suitable habitat for their desert tortoises. Unique elements include extensive shade sails, a waterfall with integrated tortoise beach, tortoise caves, tortoise friendly plantings, and a complete integrated landscape sound system. Roni Ziemba, www.ziembaphoto.com
The Perfect Private Escape
The Perfect Private Escape
Presidential Pools, Spas & PatioPresidential Pools, Spas & Patio
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Exterior Photos
Exterior Photos
ROBERT DAME DESIGNSROBERT DAME DESIGNS
Tuscan Villa; Sims Luxury Builders
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Fountains and Water Elements
Fountains and Water Elements
Margie Grace - Grace Design AssociatesMargie Grace - Grace Design Associates
Custom Design and Built Fountain
Unbedeckter Mediterraner Patio mit Wasserspiel und Pflastersteinen in Santa Barbara
Beneath Starry Skies
Beneath Starry Skies
Casa Smith Designs, LLCCasa Smith Designs, LLC
A view from the exterior spaces to the interior spaces. Photo Credit: Mark Pinkerton, vi360
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Spanish/Mexican Colonial
Spanish/Mexican Colonial
Wendy Black Rodgers InteriorsWendy Black Rodgers Interiors
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Lake at White Oak Outdoor Kitchen
Lake at White Oak Outdoor Kitchen
Angelo's Landscape GroupAngelo's Landscape Group
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Castle Pines House
Castle Pines House
Gayle Berkey ArchitectsGayle Berkey Architects
Real estate photos - Public Domain
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Mediterraner Patio mit Pflastersteinen Ideen und Design

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