Mediterranean Living Room Design Photos

Derek Swallwell
23. Sydney, NSW - christinakirk10

Stewart Leishman and Derek Swalwell

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Salt Interiors custom joinery was featured in the August issue of House & Garden Magazine. For this project, Salt Interiors worked with Senior Interior Designer for Coco Republic, Natasha Levak to provide custom joinery for the 1930s Spanish-revival home. Levak’s vision for a neutral palette helped to determine the polyurethane paint for the renovated joinery unit Salt installed in the room.
few nice big plants in big aisha pots. - cdwoods

Fireplace - webuser_383249017

This is an elegant, finely-appointed room with aged, hand-hewn beams, dormered clerestory windows, and radiant-heated limestone floors. But the real power of the space derives less from these handsome details and more from the wide opening centered on the pool.
Interesting that this chair goes with the patterns on the couch. Good to know - c_hudson

We transformed this room from an outdated southwest style space to this elegant Spanish style living room. The fireplace was redesigned and an arched passage to the dining was added to better define the spaces. The balance of materials that help create this space are the old world terra cotta tiles, smooth plaster walls, hand carved stone fireplace and rough wood stained ceiling. Furniture, decorative lighting and accessories by Irma Shaw Designs.
I like these chairs - with shape! - c_hudson

The space is then simply decorated with an honest table, made from a length of wood and two rustic trestles, and an unfussy sofa, beautifully dressed with a loose cover in deep, stormy grey. - karenrosie

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Photographer Werner Segarra Phoenix, Arizona
Rustic sunroom. Relaxed feel. - teaniwa_tutara

Photography by Ron Rosenzweig

Adriano Castelli © 2018 Houzz

Pam Singleton/Image Photography

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Rural Italian Estate in Carmel Valley, by Evens Architects - Family Room
green with beams - tourere

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