26,258 SPANISH STYLE LUXURY STYLE.ES Home Design Photos

Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
4500 Spanish Oaks
Ideabooks2,913
Questions5
Single story but pop of height” “Spanish style home with blue tile roof” “and two story detail” “just like home!...spanish home...Number of stories”
Spanish-because of the curves and arches
Spanish House style: Tiled roof and stucco walls
Spanish Spanish style can influence the architectural
Spanish Style Sunset, would you love to live here?
“Love the style, colors, feel” — moniqueglass
BE Landscape Design
3 Reviews
English Garden, California Style
Ideabooks5,002
Questions2
The bright green ground cover is Dichondra, however, we ended up replacing it with decorative gravel. Save water and weeding! The foreground has Spanish Lavender, Festuca glauca, Libertia, Phormium 'yellow wave, and Anagozanthus.
xerascape native flowers spanish lavender, blood grass, kangaroo paw
your dream of an English garden on hold. Spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw can provide the color you crave even during an especially dry season.
hold. Spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw can provide the color you crave even during an especially dry season.
Spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw
Spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw can provide the color you crave
“Natural scape” — kmbathsystems
Summerour Architects
2 Reviews
Pope
Ideabooks3,717
Questions1
love the combination of spanish and modern
Esta es la Casa de mis sueños
left french doors - metal style
photo.....elevation....style....place for big stained glass window
modern old world spanish
spanish architecture and window styles
Spanish Style...Spanish style home
“Exterior design” — pmalau
Higgins Architects
1 Review
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks2,980
Questions4
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial -El color de las tejas y los faroles
Spanish style exterior. Paint color and outdoor lights
Spanish style landscaping
Spanish colonial exterior composition
Just like this whole style
Always looove mediteranian style homes
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Spanish style...Spanish style home...Spanish Colonial...spanish exterior...Spanish Colonial
“spanish white with red tile roofs and black wrought iron trim and red saltillos” — mmorrison0424
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Menlo Park Residence
Ideabooks6,557
Questions9
this project, but you may be interested in our similar line of Renaissance Solid Bronze Windows and Doors. Our solid bronze windows offer affordable luxury with narrow sight lines, high strength, and low maintenance. All of our windows come fully glazed with triple seal glass & mounting flange options
has a very spanish feel with the type of roofing
Modern Stucco Spanish Style Roof Lit up Porch Can plant Palms
Spanish tile roof, dark window frames, large steel windows, smooth plaster
Spanish. In contrast with the Tudor style, traditional Spanish homes are asymmetrical in plan, have a low-tiled roof pitch with minimal overhang, stucco siding, half-round arched windows and doorways. Updates: The central part of this home with the wall of long, horizontal windows is an unexpected
“love the window variety” — chrebe
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SPANISH STYLE OLD TILE,OLD TILE,OLD FLOOR TILE,SPANISH STYLE by W.LUXURYSTYLE.ES
Ideabooks246
Questions0
SPANISH STYLE OLD TILE,OLD TILE,OLD FLOOR TILE,SPANISH STYLE by W.LUXURYSTYLE.ES
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“Flooring for kitchen (and laundry?)” — Peta Martin
Friehauf Architects Inc.
Santaluz Home
Ideabooks5,790
Questions4
Santaluz residence - El color de las tejas es lo máximo
iron railings and light fixtures, and a rambling layout provide the Spanish eclectic nature of this stately home.
A towered entrance, wrought iron railings and light fixtures, and a rambling layout provide the Spanish eclectic nature of this house
examples. A towered entrance, wrought iron railings and light fixtures, and a rambling layout provide the Spanish eclectic nature of this house and the entire neighborhood. California still holds this style in high esteem, as evidenced by all types of development that continue the aesthetic.Perhaps the ad
to the longevity of this architecture. With infinite variations possible, it is likely that Spanish eclectic will maintain its presence for many years in the sunny regions of the U.S.Do you live in a Spanish eclectic house? Please show us a photo in the Comments section!More: Many Cultures Make Their
“exterior casa” — rosario747
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks4,232
Questions7
Spanish Bungalow Shelley Gardea Photography © 2012 Houzz Design by: Benedict August URL benedictaugust.com
Simple Spanish revival style- not upstaging , simply simply and pleasant
California Spanish bungalow. Two large potted spiral topiaries frame the porch.
Spanish ColonialBy the late 1800s, Spanish-style houses were
1930s, and can best be classified as Spanish colonial revival or Spanish eclectic.
This small Spanish bungalow has the asymmetrical facade, stucco exterior, heavy wood door, arches and brick accents of the larger homes. Flat roofs were more common in Spanish bungalows and were influenced by simple
churches, colonial settlers had fewer resources, so their homes often had flat roofs, mud plaster walls and vigas (wooden beams) on the ceilings. The Spanish bungalow borrowed from these varied traditions.
“design feature” — Abel Kapota
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