Thursday, April 26, 2012

Tucson Architecture


When I was in Tucson last Friday for the golf tournament, I saw this beautiful home while I was riding on the golf course.  I thought it had a quintessential Tucson style!

17 comments:

Kate said...

The color of the doors complement the architecture and terrain. It is indeed quite lovely and Southwestern.

Kathy said...

A taste of Tucson! Yummy!

brattcat said...

how i'd love to pass through those doors and explore the rest.

Lowell said...

I don't know from "quintessential Tucson style," unless it refers to buildings that look like desert dwellings which this does and which is very nice and which I like, also, especially those doors to the courtyard.

Teresa said...

Definitely Tucson. I would say out of all the places in Arizona, you will never see the same southwestern design twice--such an eclectic mix. That's what make it interesting and fun.

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love that style, especially complimented by the turquoise door.

Magpie said...

Those doors just invite you in to the courtyard.

llandudnopictures said...

Fantastic array of sandy colours!

glenda said...

Love this, Sharon. The color of the door was used as an accent color on my back wall and I love it!

Jarart said...

You found a beautiful home there and right on the golf course. Love those doors.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It certainly is a very distinct style Sharon, love the doors, they add a nice little splash of colour!

RedPat said...

Looks right out of an old western! Love it.

Regina K said...

Love the color of the doors, the beauty of Tucson!

Randy said...

Love it.

Karl Demetz said...

Interesting style, Sharon. How different the architecture can be...

JM said...

I LOVE this, Sharon! Actually I'm a big fan of adobe architecture.

Susie of Arabia said...

I grew up in an adobe house - you're making me homesick for AZ. Is that ocotillo sticks in the windows of the door? I've seen ocotillo used in cabinets and such, but not like this. Love this house.