2,480 Spanish revival style Exterior Design Photos

James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Colombatto Oceano
Ideabooks10,223
Questions6
Window on far right. high pointy type Santa Barbara Spanish style
Spanish style. Especially popular in warmer regions of the country, Spanish revivalstyle homes tend to feature arches, tile work and white stucco. Some
entertaining. In older Spanish revival homes, bedrooms and closets tend to be small.More about Spanish revival and Mediterranean styles
“path side house” — katietiae
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks4,566
Questions7
Simple Spanish revival style- not upstaging , simply simply and pleasant
spanish roof titles and walls are stucco
and 1930s, and can best be classified as Spanish colonial revival or Spanish eclectic.
This small Spanish bungalow has the asymmetrical facade, stucco
Spanish ColonialBy the late 1800s, Spanish-style houses were wood framed, though flat roofs with parapets
red tiles and the stucco siding are very typical of an early California Spanish bungalow. Two large potted spiral topiaries frame the porch.
arches and brick accents of the larger homes. Flat roofs were more common in Spanish bungalows and were influenced by simple colonial homes. Unlike the builders
“Small front” — sigon
PK Architecture; Phillip Kudelka
11611 Montana Avenue
Ideabooks32
Questions0
Spanish Revival Style; Smooth exterior
doheny spanish detail
“back porch. upper deck in small space” — didisimone
PK Architecture; Phillip Kudelka
11611 Montana Avenue
Ideabooks132
Questions0
Spanish Revival Style; Smooth exterior
doheny spanish detail
“Exterior color” — rmvooijs
PK Architecture; Phillip Kudelka
11611 Montana Avenue
Ideabooks118
Questions1
Spanish Revival Style; Smooth exterior
doheny spanish detail
“Adding korbels” — bcoseyathome
PK Architecture; Phillip Kudelka
11611 Montana Avenue
Ideabooks25
Questions0
Spanish Revival Style; Smooth exterior
“terrace” — hebaafarouk
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Menlo Park Residence
Ideabooks7,026
Questions9
Illustrates a combination of a number of modern window styles with traditional spanish colonial/revival stylings
has a very spanish feel with the type of roofing
Spanish. In contrast with the Tudor style, traditional Spanish homes are asymmetrical in plan, have a low-tiled roof pitch with minimal overhang, stucco
wall of long, horizontal windows is an unexpected touch to the rest of the Spanish inspired facade.
“Light light light” — Julia Kelly
Jay Andre Construction, Inc.
14 Reviews
1929 Spanish Revival
Ideabooks59
Questions1
Absolutely Everything! This is an outstanding example of Spanish Revival with meticulous attention to detail, both interior and exterior, right
I like the Spanish style...1929 Spanish Revival Style....1929 Spanish Revival...Revival style...OLD SPANISH STYLE
“Cool garaje door” — al395
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