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Cynthia Bennett & Associates
3 Reviews
Spanish Revival Restoration
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This restoration and addition had the aim of preserving the original Spanish Revival style, which meant plenty of colorful tile work, and traditional custom elements.
This is an antique Spanish Revival table and chairs purchased for our client from an antique dealer in Pasadena. Contact Cynthia Bennett & Associates, Inc. for more information
Spanish style: terra cotta floor, wood beams, wood doors
Is this a layout to consider? moving the dining room to view the back patio and make the interior area den? It would make more living space but wonder if the table by the back doors inhibit
Artfully done Spanish style home. Love all the wood and tile work. The colors of the home are warm and inviting and not over the top as some Spanish homes are.
“ideal size & color” — rvans
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Adobe Courtyard
Ideabooks3,211
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The design objective for this six acre ocean view parcel in Montecito was to create a literal replication of an 1800's California hacienda. Four adobe structures define the central courtyard while secondary terraces and walled gardens expand the living areas towards the views and morning light. Simple
CAN I SEE THE INTERIOR OF THIS HOUSE
there are other photos on my web site
This newer California house has been designed in a Spanish colonial fashion. Notice the gable roof forms with portions extending broadly to create generous porches. Different sections of the structure surround a courtyard, defining a key exterior relationship to the whole composition. The original ranch
modestly but still had the same rambling form. Because the style became so popular, there are several variations. As with this house, many have some Spanish details, such as tile roofs, while others appear rustic and may have wood shingle roofs. Some can be considered traditional, while others can be c
“Note paint colors” — lindsayjane
Cabana Home
4 Reviews
Montecito Andalusian
Ideabooks1,385
Questions5
with wood detailing, and the corner cabinet is an antique pine Irish cabinet which is a family heirloom. Furnishings available at Cabana Home. Interior Design by Cabana Home.
can be purchased through our Houzz page. Hope this helps- happy decorating! http://www.houzz.com/photos/10859940/Purple---Gray-Giant-Suzani-Fabric-eclectic-upholstery-fabric- http://www.houzz.com/photos/10859942/Coral---Green-Giant-Suzani-Fabric-eclectic-upholstery-fabric-
The fabric is part of our collection at Cabana Home, you are welcome to order pillows or the fabric through our design center in Santa Barbara. (805) 962-0200
Perfect interior to the color and design of our Spanish exterior!
do not like the fabrics but like the antiques, Spanish flair
“coffee table and floor lamps” — johannarearranger
nancekivell home planning & design
4 Reviews
Rustic Cabin
Ideabooks1,854
Questions5
The garage was the first building to be built. It allowed us to experiment with siding treatments and color. Photo: Paul Crosby
garage alone would make a super cabin design...are there plans available? Thanks!
What color is fascia + door trim? Is siding Cabot Semi-T Spanish Moss?
Thanks. Building mountain house with poplar bark on upper levels, Koble chutney red windows. Using Cabot Spanish Moss on window trip and fascia. Trying
Trim is Spanish Moss, siding is Bark, cedar shake is semi-transparent Bark
fyi - decided on spanish moss for exterior stain on pine surfaces and due to rough and smooth, and soffetts and fascia, the color comes out differently on each. So, really works. Decided on a bit of Sherwin & Williams Fireweed
“Roof 3” — yellowgrass
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Family Room
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The design objective for this six acre ocean view parcel in Montecito was to create a literal replication of an 1800's California hacienda. Four adobe structures define the central courtyard while secondary terraces and walled gardens expand the living areas towards the views and morning light. Simple
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Wood pillars and spanish tile stairs
8. Match your home's style. Wrought iron is a staple of Spanish colonial design. This screen complements the intricate ironwork of the staircase railing.
“couch and overall colors” — laurenk4
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
Ideabooks7,768
Questions5
This is the Kronos Limestone or very close to it. Here's the link to the photo gallery on Houzz. http://www.houzz.com/projects/252827/Stone-cladding-the--Kronos-Stone-
I love the design of it.
Beautiful, arch detail and Spanish flair.
combination of contemporary and spanish
take on Spanish Hacienda
Spanish style exterior
Spanish arch with stones
Spanish Oaks Hacienda
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
Spanish houses...Spanish Eclectic
“Bridge to front door” — caroltwomey
Mediterranean Staircase
Ideabooks54,508
Questions12
Would like to duplicate your tile design
Tile risers add color and design interest.
highlight a central staircase and the owner's affection for the Spanish Revival decor style. This display is an artform in itself and provides color direction for the rest of the home.
Moorish tiles are widely used in Spanish and Moroccan interiors. These tiles are very colorful and geometric, and they
and bath to areas such as stairs and laundry rooms.More:9 Elements of Spanish-Revival Kitchens10 Favorite Features of Spanish-Revival StyleGet the Look: Mediterranean Courtyard
Elaborately tiled risers are a trademark of Spanish Revival style. The potential pattern combinations are endless. More
1. Color. The colors of Mediterranean design can be both vibrant and earthy. Bold jewel tones, such as aubergine, emerald green, lapis blue and sunflower yellow, are set against earth-toned backdrops to reflect the region's natural hues. Get this look: If you're a little
“Tiled risers” — pcstella
Bernard Andre Photography
2 Reviews
portfolio
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I would love to see interior pictures
Could be adapted for interesting house - semi spanish
In this more elaborate Spanish eclectic house in the San Francisco Bay Area, the two-story freely formed elevation appears to be a village unto itself. Heavily textured stucco, cantilevered balconies, varying window shapes and sizes, and especially the mission-inspired window arrangement in the forward-right
“Balcony French doors” — nmilesn
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