Sunday, April 25, 2010

A Spanish Courtyard Extraordinaire

Back in Oct. '09 I posted about Lorenzo Castillo's beautiful Madrid home. Now here is the equally stunning courtyard. Aren't the black and white tiles incredible?
I particularly like the photographer's choice of photo here - with the reflections in the antique mirror.

All images from Nuevo Estilo, here, name of photographer not known. Hope you have a great start to your week.

22 comments:

DustyLu said...

Stunning Images! I am in love with checker floors lately! Thank you for the inspiration! ~lulu

ArchitectDesign™ said...

wow -i'm crazy for this! LOVE the flooring and the architectural model. It's so big -can one even call it a model??

Old Lady in Training said...

The antique mirrors are absolutely beautiful. I want!!

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

love the floor, what an incredible place!

Debby Lee said...

This is such a beautiful post! Such a gorgeous courtyard, I am drooling! xo

Boxwood Terrace said...

Beautiful courtyard and the black & white floor is incredible.

VictoriaArt said...

What a dream space!
Love the black and white tiles and the mirrors!

Michelle said...

Oh dear...I am afraid I could never leave such a place!

Best,
Michelle

Beth said...

Love the black and white floor! I have the same in our kitchen.

Viera said...

Just beautiful!
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V

The Zhush said...

The idea of a mirror like that, in a courtyard...inspired!

Renee Finberg said...

i am going mental over the checkered
outdoor stone flooring.

xx

Renee Finberg said...

i am going mental over the checkered
outdoor stone flooring.

xx

Sally J said...

The Spanish people really know how to do a courtyard, don't they? This is a wonderful space. I love the antique mirror most of all. Thanks for sharing.
www.divinedistractions.blogspot.com

Anu@My Dream Canvas said...

Hi, The world is a small place. You have a fabulous blog. We seem to be thinking along the same lines :-) Do visit my blog and you will be surprised :-) I have a few of the same pictures up!!

Fauxology said...

Gorgeous, gorgeous post. Love how beautiful and important the courtyard was made in the home design. Of course, am partial to the antique mirrors!

Love Where You LIve said...

Love the black and white tiles -- and the antique mirrors!!

Debra Phillips said...

oh to have a courtyard.
in love with the second image, pure art
debra

pve design said...

Can we have a blog party there or just an afternoon siesta!
pve

Samantha Dollar said...

Wow! I love the flooring pattern, classic. But, I think what makes it work so well are the plants. Just brings the classic look to a climax. WoW!

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Kathy said...

Gorgeous courtyard! I like the white/black tiles too. It resembles my Grandma's fabulous bathroom tiles. Every time I visit Grandma's home, she always tells me about home design, including different designs of tiles. I noticed that she keeps on telling me about the fabulous tile stores in our area. I'm referring to the best tile stores (Tampa, Florida area tiles distributors). That's why I always look forward to visiting Grandma's abode. Thanks for sharing the stunning photos, My Notting Hill!

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