Mediterranean-Style Design 10 Stories
While classical architecture and medieval customs established connections between...
While classical architecture and medieval customs established connections between the northeastern U.S., England and Northern Europe, another architectural expression was developing in Mexico and the southwestern U.S. through Spanish colonialism....
9 Architectural Elements of Spanish Revival Style
As a fan and owner of a 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival home, I can't get enough of them. Every one I have come across has been unique and well-constructed with lots of character and charm. This type of architecture was born as a result of the Panama-California...
10 Favorite Features of Spanish Revival Style
Spanish Revival homes became popular in California during the 1920s following the Panama-California Exposition, which took place in San Diego from 1915-1917. At this fair, temporary buildings were built using a mix of influences: Spanish Baroque, Spanish...
9 Elements of Spanish Revival Kitchens
Get the Look: Spanish-Mediterranean Courtyard
As the weather warms up, many of us are thinking about how to spruce up our outdoor areas for lounging, parties and dinners outside. Spanish-Mediterranean courtyard gardens provide plenty of inspiration. These cozy enclosed patios are designed to be...
Roots of Style: Spanish Eclectic Homes Find a Place in the Sun
Flexible stucco, intricate tiles and more have kept this multicultural style going strong for a century
My Houzz: Renovated Spanish Bungalow in Anaheim
A cozy but neglected 1924 California home near Disneyland gets a polished new look and a sleek patio
My Houzz: Spanish Colonial Restoration in Hollywood
Honoring its Spanish heritage, a 1928 home in California becomes a romantic sanctuary and inviting space for entertaining
Houzz Tour: Spanish Colonial–Modern Union in California
My Houzz: Spanish Style in the Rockies