Modern Mediterranean

The space was a horrifying mix of purple walls and lime-green splashes, more psychedelic than classy. Matt James takes on this space with a vengeance, going for a Mediterranean look with a modern twist that will create the entertaining spac

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionNew furniture and low-maintenance plants keep this space simple and clean.
Fruitless olives (Olea europaea 'Majestic Beauty') and ice plants (Senecio serpens) are just some of the drought-tolerant, low-maintenance plant material Matt used in the new space. Their color and architectural form provide interest and fit in well with the Mediterranean theme. He's even incorporated plants, such as aeonium and purple fountain grass, from the old garden. New teak outdoor furniture and a fresh coat of paint on the wall provide the clean, simple lines for this modern space.