This luxury villa located in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and designed by architect Muhammad Taher, has a gorgeous Tuscan inspired architectural style. The textures and colours are natural and earthy with a sense of Mediterranean warmth.
Situated on the shores of Lake Como, Italy, this exquisite estate features a tasteful blend of antique furnishings and rich, handmade fabrics. The property enjoys panoramic lake views and is surrounded by manicured gardens.
This Spanish Mediterranean style home in Santa Barbara, California enjoys mountain views in a quiet setting. The residence has 5,038 sq. ft. of interior space and 4 bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms and patios. Exterior features include a lovely outdoor pool and a pool house in a secluded environment.
Situated on a hill in Montecito, California, this Tuscan-style villa with breathtaking views of the mountain and ocean evokes visions of sun-drenched Mediterranean vineyards. The soaring entry hall basks in the soft glow of a skylight and cool stone floor and stairway complemented by custom ironwork. A living room conveys the warmth and comfort of home with its fireplace, wide-plank floor, open-beam ceiling and outdoor access. Outdoor entertainment areas including a pool, spa and cabana provide more panoramic views.
This spectacular beach house on the Costa Brava in Spain was in need of a major renovation. Architect Lázaro Rosa Viola of Contemporain Studio successfully respected the basic structure of the house while creating a rustic and refreshing environment that connects with its surroundings. Blue and white interior decoration throughout the house celebrates the blue Mediterranean Sea.
Overlooking Port Andratx in Mallorca, Spain, this beautiful villa has a style modern design with a touch of Mallorcan influence. The interiors by Curve Interior Design is sophisticated yet has the casual comfort of an island villa. The stylish outdoor living area has a gorgeous infinity pool.
Villa Stella in Miami Beach, Florida is a exquisitely designed private sanctuary. The dramatic Moroccan architecture with Southwestern, African and Balinese influences has a warm and intimate atmosphere while offering spacious interior spaces and expansive exterior areas.
Perched high on the hill in Positano on the Amalfi Coast in Italy, Palazzo Positano was originally a 17th century Monastery and Episcopal residence. The property has been completely renovated and is now a luxury villa. Baroque architecture and interior decorations such as painted ceilings, lacquered doors, wood furniture and stucco-works have been carefully restored, even the original altar in the private chapel was kept. The sunny terraces have breathtaking panoramic views of the picturesque town and the Mediterranean sea. The villa also has a private spa with heated pool and Turkish Bath making it the ultimate retreat.