19,736 spanish Home Design Photos

BE Landscape Design
3 Reviews
English Garden, California Style
Ideabooks4,913
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.
Spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw
Spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw can provide the color you crave
spanish lavendar, blood grass, kangaroo paw
spanish lavender, blood grass, kangaroo paw
spanish lavender good for dry season and color
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.
spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo
xerascape native flowers spanish lavender, blood grass, kangaroo paw
“drought friendly” — circe452
Dream House Studios
6 Reviews
Dream House Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks823
Questions5
This paint color is Benjamin Moore 1509 Spanish Olive. It is a beautiful color in person as well.
Paint color Benjamin Moore Spanish olive
like the spanish olive on the wall
Benjamin Moore - Spanish Olive - for the Kitchen
Benjamin moore spanish olive
Spanish olive B/M paint color
Paint BM spanish olive 1/2 bath
BM's - Spanish Olive
bm spanish olive paint color
Benjamin Moore 1509 Spanish Olive
BM spanish olive 1509
benjamin moore spanish olive wall
Love this color...Spanish Olive!
Benjamin Moore Spanish Olive
1509 Spanish Olive....Spanish Olive...color spanish olive...BM Spanish Olive
“Base Board” — lli0518
Koffka Phakos Design
12 Reviews
Spanish Courtyard
Ideabooks1,055
Questions1
The Spanish Courtyard House is a remodel and addition to a small Spanish-Style bungalow in Westwood. Existing bedrooms were opened up and became a large entertaining space, while a new bedroom wing and guest house surround a landscaped courtyard. Archways and beamed ceilings on the interior and textured
Spanish Eclectic All of the Spanish-influenced styles are considered to be Mediterranean, but most are more specifically identified as Spanish eclectic. Early-20th-century
change the shape of our windows to these makes them more spanish
Spanish EclecticAll of the Spanish-influenced styles are considered to be Mediterranean, but most are more specifically identified as Spanish eclectic. Early-20th-century examples, such as this Los Angeles house, borrowed from several cultures and interpreted details in modern ways. Note the large
“Arched windows” — ruthfully
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks4,175
Questions7
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
early California Spanish bungalow. Two large potted spiral topiaries frame the porch.
Spanish ColonialBy the late 1800s, Spanish-style houses
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.
“Sconce” — becrand17
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Menlo Park Residence
Ideabooks6,477
Questions9
has a very spanish feel with the type of roofing
hybrid of spanish & contemporary elements
super clean blend of modern and spanish
Don't like this, but I do like the idea of large windows with a spanish exterior
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
unexpected touch to the rest of the Spanish inspired facade.
“Modern but likes” — James Dennis
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
4500 Spanish Oaks
Ideabooks2,855
Questions5
Spanish-because of the curves and arches
Spanish House style: Tiled roof and stucco walls
Spanish Spanish style can influence the architectural
second floor? Thank you.” 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 Style Sunset, would you love to live here?
arched windows; courtyard wall; Spanish elevation
“Spanish design” — dnmejia
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
Woodsworth Avenue
Ideabooks1,628
Questions1
This house design is Spanish and you can tell by the tiled roof and the stucco walls.
This is a Spanish style home because it has a tiled roof and stucco walls.
built. The preceding Spanish colonial and mission styles confirm the eclectic's base identity, which can also be referred to as Spanish colonial revival. Spanish colonial architecture is simpler, with less detail, and mission style reflects the characteristics of California's Spanish missions established
Spanish eclectic style developed in the early 20th century and falls under the umbrella of Mediterranean architecture. Spanish, African, Latin American and Native American influences combined to provide a diverse and rich palette on which the style is built. The preceding Spanish colonial and mission
“Roof” — sgmalter
Lindsey Adams Construction Inc.
4 Reviews
Montecito Residence
Ideabooks2,128
Questions6
spanish rancho santa fe style room
Wood floor with Spanish tile trim
spanish style white and dark brown
Spanish style. rug. beams.
Indoor Spanish style
Love this Spanish home
Spanish colonial floor ceiling contrast
Spanish colonial...spanish style...Love Spanish style...Spanish interiors...Spanish interior
“like feel of house” — lkaplan
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