A Mediterranean-inspired courtyard adds warmth, color and vibrancy to any style home. Check out these courtyard photos and get inspired to add one to your home.
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November 25, 2014
Designer Paul Wrona used stone flooring and garden pots to incorporate a Mediterranean look in this courtyard.
Master Bedroom Courtyard
This Sedona courtyard is made with stucco and fieldstone and is equipped with a fireplace. The owners can access the courtyard from the master bedroom, which is convenient for privacy. Submitted by RMS user matt1965.
Vivid colors, clay walls and Mediterranean tiles make this small courtyard appear larger than it actually is. The ornamental gravel is designed to keep water on-site.
Bright Spanish Flavor
Jamie Durie used bright blue chairs and tables to decorate this dining area. The wrought iron chairs and giant olive jar add to the Spanish flavor of this courtyard.
Best Seat in the House
Designer Lori Dennis designed a stone courtyard with a unique water feature and a comfortable chair to sit in. The surroundings make this courtyard a great place to enjoy the outdoors.
This courtyard, submitted by RMS user Leanne Michael Interiors, is the definition of comfort and style. The vibrant red seating accommodates many guests, and the custom fireplace covered with Talavera tiles provides a great visual.
The pavers in this courtyard create a Mediterranean flair. Designer Joan Grabel added thyme between the pavers for a warm, inviting look.
Designer Katrina Fairchild created this sustainable, Mediterranean-style courtyard using an eclectic mix of colors, recycled tile and glass and porous gravel flooring.
A Little Bit of Italy
RMS user allende used many different colors to create the perfect Italian-style courtyard. The yellow walls contrast with the blue shutters and green foliage, making this outdoor space a beautiful place to relax.
Spice It Up
This Mediterranean-inspired courtyard has comfortable bench seating that can accommodate many people. The warm yellow and blue tones spice up the outdoor space.
You can make even the smallest outdoor space into an inviting courtyard. Designer Joan Grabel added elements like garden pots, warm tones and tile flooring to make this a fun place to be.
Center of Attention
The beautiful water fountain is the focal point of this courtyard submitted by RMS user linesdesign01.