Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Spanish Luxury


Today I have one more of the houses from the Phoenix Home and Garden tour that I took a week ago.  This house was built in a Spanish style with a wonderful garden and backyard dining area.  Above is one of the landscaped garden areas that ran next to the pool area.


At the end of that garden area was an outdoor fireplace with an comfy sofa facing it.


On the other side of the fireplace was a covered, outdoor dining area.  (Those cards on the table were business cards from the landscape architect.)


I was attracted to these three large pots located near the fireplace.  I think those zig-zag lines appeal to my sense of aesthetic.  

13 comments:

Christine said...

The blue accents are wonderful! It is a beautiful home!

Karl Demetz said...

Great photos of this luxury home, Sharon !

Steve Reed said...

Those pots ARE nice. I like the blue upholstery on the couch, too. I wonder what on earth these people do to have so much money? These seem like really top-of-the-line houses.

William Kendall said...

What beautiful architecture!

Jacob said...

A perfect Phoenix house...those outdoor dining areas and that outdoor fireplace are gorgeous and just what one might need on a cool winter night in Phoenix. I like those pots, too. Lots!

cieldequimper said...

That's a bit too much for me but I loooove those pots!

Halcyon said...

This is luxurious living!

LOLfromPasa said...

What a beautiful home. Gosh, I would love that sort of outdoor but under cover living. Would never work here in England - to much rain and cold.

RedPat said...

i like those pots too, Sharon. It would be nice to sit out there on a patio and relax with a nice glass of something!

Lois said...

The outdoor living areas are wonderful, especially the fireplace. Beautiful garden too!

Kate said...

How wonderful to be able to live in that beautiful home. . .looks like the lap of luxury!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Amazing home Sharon.. Home opens are so much fun for the curious :) I can definitely see the appeal of the vases, very striking!

Jack said...

I could easily live here, Sharon. The owners (or their architect and decorators) have great taste. I love the over-sized zigzag pots. My tastes are traditional, so I like their classic form, but I appreciate that they have been made unique with the bold striping.