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Organic Southwest
Organic Southwest
Urban Design Associates
Organic southwestern master bedroom with barrel ceiling and fireplace. Architect: Urban Design Associates, Lee Hutchison Interior Designer: Bess Jones Interiors Builder: R-Net Custom Homes Photography: Dino Tonn
Grills and fire pits
Grills and fire pits
Outdoor Creations Unlimited
There are an infinite number of possible designs, and outdoor fire pits no longer need to be just a round pile of rocks. I work with several basic styles of gas fed fire pits when I design outdoor gardens to enchant my clients. The popularity of fire pits and the fire effects they produce in the garden is one of fastest growing trends in outdoor design. The allure of sitting around a fire ring has been around since the beginning of mankind. Fire provides warmth, light, a cooking source and, of course relaxation. A dancing flame has a mesmerizing affect that encourages you to unwind and settle in. The popularity of fire pits, or conversation pits as they are commonly called, has grown rapidly in recent years. Proper design and construction will ensure a safe and enjoyable feature that will last several decades This fully equipped outdoor kitchen is separate from the rest of the living space, allowing the two areas to be utilized entirely on their own. outdoor kitchens are most efficient when it's zoned into logical uses. your cook space should have plenty of prep space, room to set down utensils and stage ingredients, and a comfortable buffer from the seating island to keep guests protected from the heat.
Cast Wheat Decorative Glass Interior Door
Cast Wheat Decorative Glass Interior Door
HomeStory Doors of Orange County
The Cast Wheat door has a unique elegant design and adds a beautiful touch to any kitchen. The handsome wheat design portrays abundance and prosperity and is perfect choice for any pantry door. The Cast Wheat door is offered in a variety of 9 wood species to compliment any interior including: primed white, pine, oak, knotty pine, fir, maple, knotty alder, cherry and African mahogany. Optional 8-foot tall doors are available in primed white and pine species only.
Hollywood Bungalow
Hollywood Bungalow
Kadlec Architecture + Design
Inspiration for a large southwestern white two-story concrete flat roof remodel in Los Angeles
Rancho Nuevo
Rancho Nuevo
Bianchi Design
When visitors pass through the gate into the forecourt, they experience another array of cantilevered cast concrete steps that “float” up to the front door. Bianchi, a Phoenix based pool and landscape designer, set this rhythmic path to echo the lines and ascending forms of the architects dramatic rusted-steel entry pergola. michaelwoodall.com
Hacienda Ranch
Hacienda Ranch
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
Open concept home built for entertaining, Spanish inspired colors & details, known as the Hacienda Chic style from Interior Designer Ashley Astleford, ASID, TBAE, BPN Photography: Dan Piassick of PiassickPhoto
Hilltop Hacienda
Hilltop Hacienda
AlphaStudio Design Group
Centered on seamless transitions of indoor and outdoor living, this open-planned Spanish Ranch style home is situated atop a modest hill overlooking Western San Diego County. The design references a return to historic Rancho Santa Fe style by utilizing a smooth hand troweled stucco finish, heavy timber accents, and clay tile roofing. By accurately identifying the peak view corridors the house is situated on the site in such a way where the public spaces enjoy panoramic valley views, while the master suite and private garden are afforded majestic hillside views. As see in San Diego magazine, November 2011 http://www.sandiegomagazine.com/San-Diego-Magazine/November-2011/Hilltop-Hacienda/ Photos by: Zack Benson
Garage/bedroom addition
Garage/bedroom addition
Alarid & Son Construction
Large southwest master blue tile and stone tile terra-cotta tile bathroom photo in Denver with an undermount sink, granite countertops and beige walls
Troon 2
Troon 2
Pascale Land Design
This is an example of a large southwestern drought-tolerant backyard gravel landscaping in Phoenix.
Desert Contemporary Cliff View
Desert Contemporary Cliff View
Soloway Designs Inc | Architecture + Interiors AIA
This is an example of a southwestern drought-tolerant and desert front yard landscaping in Phoenix.
Adobe Homes in Santa Fe New Mexico
Adobe Homes in Santa Fe New Mexico
Prull Custom Builders
Inspiration for a southwestern bathroom remodel in Albuquerque
Southwestern Living Room
Southwestern Living Room
Large southwest open concept and formal concrete floor and gray floor living room photo in Phoenix with white walls, a ribbon fireplace, a concrete fireplace and no tv
Desert Landscapes
Desert Landscapes
Trademark Landscape
Inspiration for a southwestern landscaping in Phoenix.
Hilltop Residence - Bathroom
Hilltop Residence - Bathroom
Design Directives, LLC
Elegant guest bathroom with stone tile walls and floor. Double vanity with underlit cabinet. Warming drawer for towels. Drop in soaking tub with slab marble tub deck, underlit. Tub deck extends into shower to become shower bench. Project designed by Susie Hersker’s Scottsdale interior design firm Design Directives. Design Directives is active in Phoenix, Paradise Valley, Cave Creek, Carefree, Sedona, and beyond. For more about Design Directives, click here: https://susanherskerasid.com/
Eton Guest House
Eton Guest House
User
tiny kitchen, repurposed dining room sideboard, elevated tiny refrigerator, floating shelves.
Open concept kitchen - small southwestern single-wall light wood floor and gray floor open concept kitchen idea in Phoenix with a drop-in sink, open cabinets, dark wood cabinets, wood countertops, metallic backsplash, metal backsplash, black appliances, an island and brown countertops
The Art of Hacienda Living
The Art of Hacienda Living
Rustico Tile and Stone
16x16 Saltillo Tile with TerraNano topcoat sealer. Exterior Cantera Stone Columns in Pinon. Materials Supplied and Installed by Rustico Tile and Stone. Wholesale prices and Worldwide Shipping. (512) 260-9111 / info@rusticotile.com / RusticoTile.com Rustico Tile and Stone Photos by Jeff Harris, Austin Imaging
DC Ranch
DC Ranch
CJ Gershon Photography
CJ Gershon Photography
Design ideas for a southwestern full sun backyard gravel outdoor sport court in Phoenix.
East Coast Meets Santa Fe
East Coast Meets Santa Fe
Violante & Rochford Interiors
Example of a southwest formal and open concept dark wood floor living room design in Albuquerque with beige walls, a standard fireplace, a stone fireplace and no tv
Spanish Style Home - Hill Country Hacienda
Spanish Style Home - Hill Country Hacienda
Rustico Tile and Stone
This exterior breezeway is covered with 12x24 Manganese Saltillo terra cotta flooring. The vaulted ceiling also features manganese 3x6 saltillo tile as the ceiling tile. Drive up to practical luxury in this Hill Country Spanish Style home. The home is a classic hacienda architecture layout. It features 5 bedrooms, 2 outdoor living areas, and plenty of land to roam. Classic materials used include: Saltillo Tile - also known as terracotta tile, Spanish tile, Mexican tile, or Quarry tile Cantera Stone - feature in Pinon, Tobacco Brown and Recinto colors Copper sinks and copper sconce lighting Travertine Flooring Cantera Stone tile Brick Pavers Photos Provided by April Mae Creative aprilmaecreative.com Tile provided by Rustico Tile and Stone - RusticoTile.com or call (512) 260-9111 / info@rusticotile.com Construction by MelRay Corporation
Total House Remodel-After Kitchen Transformation
Total House Remodel-After Kitchen Transformation
Calming Spaces Interiors, Design & Remodeling
Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized southwestern u-shaped porcelain tile and gray floor enclosed kitchen idea in Austin with a double-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets, granite countertops, multicolored backsplash, stainless steel appliances, two islands and beige countertops
Southwestern homes find inspiration from the warm and bold designs in the American Southwest, especially Arizona and New Mexico. Even though it is a regional US style, it also incorporates some elements of Mexican, Native American, Hacienda-style and Western decor. From the outside, a Southwestern house is easy to identify — a flat roof, adobe or stucco siding, earth tones, arched doors, wrought iron and desert landscape. On the inside, Southwest decor is all about color; subdued beige, tan and brown are often paired with pops of turquoise, bright red and yellow. Unique, handcrafted objects are common in this style, including painted pottery, colorful tiles, tribal patterns, Navajo rugs and Longhorn skulls. With so many neutral tones, the texture found in leather, suede and rough hewn wood adds much-needed dimension and variety.