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Higgins Architects
1 Review
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Paradise Valley Spanish Colonial
Spanish colonial...Spanish Colonial...Spanish style home...Spanish colonial exterior composition
“ways to soften the front with balcony and larger porch” — harrietgeorge
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
74 Reviews
Spanish Bohemian in South Pasadena
This classic Spanish home in South Pasadena was decorated to reflect the homeowners bohemian style, vintage collections, and subtle art deco features in
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square meters); 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms“Their new home is an elegant Spanish colonial, and it had great bones, pretty details and lots of great stuff to
Your house is …Spanish colonial: Mi casa es su casa. You love curves and arches and white stucco exterior
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“door color” — losgermanns
South Coast Architects, Inc.
5 Reviews
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
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“Teja” — Liz Gamboa Schekaiban
Loudoun County Interior Designer
Best of Houzz 2014
Whether it's traditional or transitional design motifs, Barbara works closely with clients to discern their needs and tastes, and then produce extraordinary results within a budget.
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
4 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
photo. Details are simple and minimal, and though the relationship to Spanish colonial is evident, the translation has a massing freely aligned into the wandering
Certainly this house is influenced by Spanish architecture; however, describing it as a Spanish ranch probably suits it best. An asymmetrical elevation
“Short privacy wall for in front of sliding glass doors.” — Madeline L
Koffka Phakos Design
14 Reviews
Spanish Courtyard
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
Beautiful 30s Vintage Los Angeles Spanish colonial.
Spanish EclecticAll of the Spanish-influenced styles are considered to be Mediterranean, but most are more specifically identified as Spanish eclectic
“Cool house” — losgermanns
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
26 Reviews
Woodsworth Avenue
Colonial + Mission Style = Spanish Colonial Revival.
preceding Spanish colonial and mission styles confirm the eclectic's base identity, which can also be referred to as Spanish colonial revival. Spanish colonial
Spanish eclectic style developed in the early 20th century and falls under the umbrella of Mediterranean architecture. Spanish, African, Latin American
Characteristics of Spanish Eclectic StyleMission-style tiles cover this Los Angeles–area house. Originally there were two roof tile types: Spanish, which has an
detail, and mission style reflects the characteristics of California's Spanish missions established in the 18th century.The 1915 San Diego Panama–California
“Spanish Mission House” — tdinh97
Conrado - Home Builders
10 Reviews
Palo Alto Mediterranean Custom Home
This Palo Alto home’s traditional Spanish styling incorporates multi-level roofing, with red terra cotta tiles and signature design elements, including
We want to build a 2500 sq feet Spanish home in Solvang CA. With mid-high end fixtures but nothing too fancy, what
for your new home? I know its been over a year but I had to ask. I love spanish style.
fantastic painted in a stand-out hue. Other styles, such as this stuccoed Spanish colonial revival, tend to look best with a more restrained paint palette. Do
“Colors” — cwright30a
Shelley Gardea
Spanish Bungalow
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
more common in Spanish bungalows and were influenced by simple colonial homes. Unlike the builders of the elaborate mission churches, colonial settlers had
red tiles and the stucco siding are very typical of an early California Spanish bungalow. Two large potted spiral topiaries frame the porch.
“Ebbs” — nafasi elegans ltd
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