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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Spanish Bohemian in South Pasadena
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This classic Spanish home in South Pasadena was decorated to reflect the homeowners bohemian style, vintage collections, and subtle art deco features in the architecture. Highlights include a hand-painted ceiling mural, custom cat covers on sofa, and a vintage record player. Photos by Erika Bierman www
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Spanish colonial! Spanish colonial: Mi casa es su casa. You love curves and arches and white stucco exterior walls.
im drawn to Spanish style architecture
is …Spanish colonial: Mi casa es su casa. You love curves and arches and white stucco exterior walls. You must have hand-painted tiles in your home and terra-cotta roof tiles. You dream of living in Spain, but if you can’t, you’d take Santa Barbara, California, any day.See more on Spanish colonial style
“Spanish color home/trim” — jbella2012
Higgins Architects
1 Review
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
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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 colonial exterior composition
Colonial Style Home Exterior
White spanish colonial
Spanish style landscaping
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
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“Mission color exterior” — josephalbers
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Woodsworth Avenue
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Spanish exterior w cylinder door entry
Colonial + Mission Style = Spanish Colonial Revival.
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.
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 in the 18th century.The 1915 San Diego Panama–California
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, arches, size” — amandaclark24
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
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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
early California Spanish bungalow. Two large potted spiral topiaries frame the porch.
Spanish ColonialBy the late 1800s, Spanish-style houses
Unlike the builders of the elaborate mission 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.
“House” — jjllww
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
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Full kitchen remodel in Spanish colonial residence. Photos by Erika Bierman www.erikabiermanphotography.com
I'm about to embark on a reform of a villa in marbella spain. Like the Spanish coolonial style also the travertine tiles needs to know where to locate ?
Very nice - Spanish colonial look - Exposed wood beam ceiling is a nice touch - not too overdone.
Bottles. In this Spanish revival kitchen, two vintage wine bottles now serve up soft light and lovely reflections. You can find similar fixtures all ready to go at Bobo's
Spanish wine bottle pendant lights - what's not to love?
travertine floor tiles to get the rustic look of Spanish colonial style," says Neithart. The sage-green granite countertops veer away from the typical Spanish colonial color palette and were another nod to the husband's love of green.
“floor & granite” — smsprehn
Lewin Wertheimer
6 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Malibu Hills
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What is typical base and moulding for a Spanish colonial project?
I love the contrast with the red and blue. The way the rug and pillows bring out Spanish patterns is also really neat.
These artistic Spanish colonial–style doors are in the same style as the rest of this home while hiding the television.Design tip: Have a contractor make doors to fit and then have them expertly painted by a local artist. This is great way to support your local community.
well, this style can be quite irresistible.SMART STRATEGY: Gather vintage artwork and decorative items from your European travels for display; Spanish Colonial replicas just don’t have the same soul. If you’re thinking it’s a little out of your way, you may be looking at it the wrong way – it just might
“Fireplace” — Rebecca Medeiros Wolf
Brenda Olde
Hollywood Spanish Colonial Restoration
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Interior design for Spanish Colonial style home.
Hollywood Spanish Colonial
spanish colonial staircase
Spanish paver on stairway
love the spanish archway
Spanish Colonial Revival style
Hollywood Spanish Colonial Restoration
Spanish colonial
“stairs” — cherylpitt
Koffka Phakos Design
12 Reviews
Spanish Courtyard
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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
Isn't this a nice Spanish Colonial façade. Very pleasing.
spanish style exrerior - like walls
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
“Spanish Style” — chavez000
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