55 Mediterranean Home Design Photos
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
Interior Design: Ashley Astleford Photography: Dan Piassick Builder: Barry Buford
Dallas Design Group, Interiors
Design Firm: Dallas Design Group, Interiors Designer: Tracy Rasor Photographer: Dan Piassick
Interior Design + Architectural Photographer Barry Grossman Photography
Feathers Fine Custom Furnishings
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
Ernesto Santalla PLLC
Recently renovated, parts of this in-town home in Rasteau, France are 800 years old. This ancient bedroom was reworked to reflect our modern lifestyle, but the original timber roof beams have been left intact. Photography by Geoffrey Hodgdon
Credit: Scott Pease Photography
James Glover Home, Inc.
Bowman Group Architectural Photography
MSA ARCHITECTURE + INTERIORS
Photo by Ken Hayden
Carla Aston | Interior Designer
A gut of this bathroom's cultured marble interior rendered the great bones of the room. New limestone floor and counters added texture and warmth. See the BEFORE images and read the story of this remodel at the link above. Photographer - Miro Dvorscak
MSA ARCHITECTURE + INTERIORS
Taylor & Taylor, Inc.
Gray marble cut with a water jet into a quatrefoil pattern by Waterworks lines a bathroom's walls and floor. A chandelier from Ironies casts a warm glow over the freestanding bathtub.
Stuart Wade, Envision Web The scenic and enjoyable Lake Chatuge, located between Hayesville, North Carolina and Hiawassee, Georgia, is a man-made lake created by the Tennessee Valley Authority in the early 1940’s as part of a project that would provide badly needed electricity to the southeast, especially in light of the defense industry’s need for a source of power during the war efforts. In addition to the benefit of electrical power, the jobs created by the building of the dam helped the local economy, which was certainly struggling in the post-Depression era. Construction took only about a year, but it was not without its difficulties. While the promise of electricity offered much to the residents, many of them had to give up treasured family farmland, which would soon be under water when the land was flooded. In fact, roughly 7200 acres between Towns and Clay counties were inundated. Some families and churches relocated their buildings, while others left altogether because of the dam. These events are easily recalled by those old enough to remember the coming of the dam. Furthermore, a play by Tom DeTitta called The Reach of Song commemorates the coming of the TVA to the area and chronicles the story of southern Appalachia in a musical format that was named the State Historic Drama in 1990 by the Georgia State Legislature. The completed dam, which is 144 feet high and 2,850 feet across, now operates for a variety of purposes, including flood damage reduction, power generation, and augmentation of water flows for navigation downstream, according to the TVA. Nowadays, residents and visitors alike delight in the 132 miles of shoreline, reveling in the beauty afforded by the area. With everything from sport fishing to boating to camping and swimming, Lake Chatuge offers something for everyone.