17,008 spanish Home Design Photos

BE Landscape Design
3 Reviews
English Garden, California Style
Ideabooks3,997
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names: Spanish lavender, blood grass, new Zealand flax 'yellow wave', kangaroo paw 'big red'. In the back I see Echium (pride of madeira), but I can't tell what the shrubs are in the back. These questions can end up in junk mail and/or be overlooked.
foreground has Spanish Lavender, Festuca glauca, Libertia, Phormium 'yellow wave, and Anagozanthus.
hold. Spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw can provide the color you crave even during an especially dry season.
Spanish lavender, blood grass, kangaroo paw
spanish lavender, blood grass and kangaroo paw for dry seasons
foreground has Spanish Lavender, Festuca glauca, Libertia, Phormium 'yellow wave, and Anagozanthus.
drought tolerant: Spanish Lavender; Blood Grass; Kangaroo Paw
“A drought doesn’t mean you have to put your dream of an English garden on hold. Spanish lavender,” — leaff
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks3,585
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spanish roof titles and walls are stucco
Simple Spanish revival style- not upstaging
Guest House Design - Adobe Spanish Style
By the late 1800s, Spanish-style houses were wood framed, though flat roofs with parapets and stucco walls retained a clear link
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 colonial homes. Unlike the builders
California Spanish bungalow. Two large potted spiral topiaries frame the porch.
Spanish ColonialBy the late 1800s, Spanish-style houses were wood
“porch” — Liz Bolt
Moroso Construction
3 Reviews
Menlo Park Residence
Ideabooks5,863
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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
“dining window/door” — Swedish Room
Northern Virginia Basement Contractor
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Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
4500 Spanish Oaks
Ideabooks2,362
Questions5
Spanish-because of the curves and arches
Spanish House style: Tiled roof and stucco walls
Spanish Spanish style can influence the architectural design 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?
“Arch windows and stucco depth” — brianshields
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
25 Reviews
Woodsworth Avenue
Ideabooks1,413
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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.
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 in the 18th century.
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
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 in the 18th century.The 1915 San Diego Panama–California Exposition prompted tremendous interest in the richness of Spanish
“Spanish- Stucco walls, Tiled Roof” — andrea10162
Dream House Studios
5 Reviews
Dream House Studios, Inc.
Ideabooks769
Questions5
Moore 1509 Spanish Olive. It is a beautiful color in person as well.
like the spanish olive on the wall
Benjamin Moore - Spanish Olive - for the Kitchen & Master Bath
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!
spanish olive...BM Spanish Olive...Moore Spanish Olive
“Spanish olive” — Christy Tudor
Higgins Architects
1 Review
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Ideabooks2,281
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Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial -El color de las tejas y los faroles
Spanish style exterior. Paint color and outdoor lights.
Spanish style, light fixtures
Valley Spanish Colonial
spanish corner...spanish - colonial...Spanish colonial...Spanish House...spanish exterior...Spanish Colonial
“ext” — lauri morrison architecture
JMSDesignAssociates
5 Reviews
Encino
Ideabooks2,430
Questions2
the color and name hazel Spanish lavender
Hazel Spanish Lavender (Lavandula stoechas ‘Larkman Hazel’) Many lavenders have a light blue-purple tint,
Hazel spanish lavender. full sun. 2-21/2 tall 2 feet wide. spring and fall
Spanish Lavender & Rosemary "Rosmarinus Officinalis "severn sea"
stoechas)Spanish lavender, also known as French lavender in the United Kindgom, has unusual blackish-purple flowers surmounted by a tuft of purple bracts.For dry, sunny spots, lavender can make a good low hedge. Though it can be short lived, it is still the best of the low-growing aromatic shrubs.USDA zones:
stoechas, or Spanish lavender, shown: deep purple flowers; up to 30 inches tall; for borders, pots and cottage gardensLavandula angustifolia, or English lavender. 'Hidcote Blue': 2 feet tall, mounding; for mass planting, spotted in borders. 'Blue Cushion': compact growth to 18 inches; low edging. Lavandula
“Lambs Ear, Lavender” — grogers77
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