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Step inside this incredibly beautiful Mediterranean style home in Texas

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This gorgeous Mediterranean-style home was designed by custom home builder Thompson Custom Homes, located in Houston, Texas. On the exterior, beautiful gardens, lush landscaping, and a courtyard pool create a wonderful lifestyle for family living and entertaining. The tile on the roof is a two-piece Mission clay tile. 

The luminous living spaces were stylishly designed by Bellacasa Design Associates, featuring a mix of both Old World with modern lines within Spanish-style architecture. Continue below to see the rest of this absolutely spectacular home…

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Above: The light fixtures in this arched entryway are Bevelo lights from New Orleans. The doors can be purchased from BMC Millwork in Houston, Texas. The vine is a “creeping fig” and is self-supporting.

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Above: The walls are a custom-colored faux plaster.

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What We Love: We are loving crisp clean lines of the thick wall openings, the voluptuous assortment of arches, windows, and french doors, juxtaposed with the straight lines of the pair of antique wood doors with hand-wrought clavos detailing. The ornate detailing in the wrought-iron balcony railing and the exterior lighting also plays well with the modern plaster. Wood shutters and an authentic two-piece mission tile roof are also layers of texture that make this home design successful.

Tell Us: What design elements in this Mediterranean-style home in Texas do you find most inspiring and why? Let us in the Comments below!

Note: Take a look at a couple of other fascinating home tours that we have showcased here on One Kindesign in the state of Texas: Mediterranean style lakefront estate in Texas with a romantic ambiance and Refreshing Mediterranean style home in Texas with luminous interiors.

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Above: The stone used for the archway is Oklahoma chop.

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Above: In the kitchen, the brick is a Shasta Blend stone from Alamo Stone in Houston, TX. The island is poured concrete with a 3″ edge. The floor is a 4″ x 8″ terra cotta tile in a herringbone pattern.

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Above: The floor in the dining room is Saltillo tile.

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Above: The entry doors came from Lonestar Plywood and Door.

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Above: The rug on the bedroom floor is a 10′ x 12′ oriental rug.

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Above: The bathroom doors are vertical grain fir doors with a rubbed black finish. They were purchased from Craftsmen in Wood.

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Above: The floors in the family room are 3/4″ x 6″ x 3′ – 10′ antique oak pillowed edge plank flooring. The color was a custom stain selected by the homeowners.

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Above: The home office chandelier is from Circa Lighting.

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PHOTOGRAPHER Steve Chenn

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