1,007 Mediterranean Utility Room Design Ideas
Spanish meets modern in this Dallas spec home. A unique carved paneled front door sets the tone for this well blended home. Mixing the two architectural styles kept this home current but filled with character and charm.
Fergus Garber Architects
A custom estate with Main house, Pool House, Art Studio, and detached garage. The stone and stucco house, reminiscent of rustic stone homes from the south of France, looks out onto the pool and yard on one side and inward to an enclosed courtyard on the other. Modern technology is hidden amongst the historic detailing as the whole house can be controlled by iPad's embedded in the walls or remotely on a phone. © Bernardo Grijalva Photography
Janet Brooks Design
This laundry room serves multiple uses, including designated drawers and plenty of counters for crafts and wrapping projects, and a walk out to an outdoor potting area with a custom zinc top. Photography: Pam Singleton
Jason Ball Interior Design
Nothing says a laundry room has to be boring and this one certainly is not. Beautiful Moroccan patterned tile floor, white cabinetry and plenty of storage make this laundry room one in which anyone would want to spend some time.
Tracy Lynn Studio
Marina Hanson Design
This laundry room's countertop was custom made of stained concrete with integrated utility sink. Wall's accent tile was hand made by Babak Daleki, Daleki Ceramic Studio.
Vernon Wentz Architectural Photographer
Steve Murcko & Associates, Inc.
Professional Design Consultants
Professional Design Consultants Linda Zoerb ASID, CCIDC
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Stuart Wade, Envision Virtual Tours The design goal was to produce a corporate or family retreat that could best utilize the uniqueness and seclusion as the only private residence, deep-water hammock directly assessable via concrete bridge in the Southeastern United States. Little Hawkins Island was seven years in the making from design and permitting through construction and punch out. The multiple award winning design was inspired by Spanish Colonial architecture with California Mission influences and developed for the corporation or family who entertains. With 5 custom fireplaces, 75+ palm trees, fountain, courtyards, and extensive use of covered outdoor spaces; Little Hawkins Island is truly a Resort Residence that will easily accommodate parties of 250 or more people. The concept of a “village” was used to promote movement among 4 independent buildings for residents and guests alike to enjoy the year round natural beauty and climate of the Golden Isles. The architectural scale and attention to detail throughout the campus is exemplary. From the heavy mud set Spanish barrel tile roof to the monolithic solid concrete portico with its’ custom carved cartouche at the entrance, every opportunity was seized to match the style and grace of the best properties built in a bygone era.
Sater Design Collection, Inc.
The Sater Design Collection's luxury, Spanish home plan "San Sebastian" (Plan #6945). saterdesign.com