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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 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
“stucco... has dimension to it :D” — cw08
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
24 Reviews
Lake Conroe Spanish
Ideabooks4,898
Questions6
the stucture of the octogon shape and fine designs
Spanish tile - varies between covered
Like all the interior photos of this place as well.
I like the Spanish/Santa Barbara feel, with the octagonal tiles
This Spanish-style covered patio, located in Santa Barbara, California, looks out onto the pool and beyond to the ocean. With cool Saltillo tile underfoot, this
This Spanish-style covered patio, located in Santa Barbara, California, looks out onto the pool and beyond to the ocean. With cool Saltillo tile underfoot, this is a perfect place for retreating from the heat of the day.
8. This Spanish-style covered patio, located in Santa Barbara, California, looks out onto the pool and beyond to the ocean. With cool Saltillo tile underfoot, this
“Floor” — cdsavery
Tom Meaney Architect, AIA
10 Reviews
Family Room
Ideabooks5,229
Questions7
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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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.
“This is so village feel beautiful steps.” — martagazis
Wendy Black Rodgers Interiors
2 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Bathroom
Ideabooks3,374
Questions5
That crown molding was custom designed and carved from Canterra.
dark blue with white, with olde photos
colors, details, art, design, warm, cozy, inviting, contemplative
In a nod to the architecture of this Spanish colonial house in Phoenix, the powder room’s custom moldings and sink are made from Cantera, a quarried volcanic rock mined exclusively in Mexico and South America. The muted walls (painted Deep Ocean by Dunn-Edwards) set off an eclectic collection of vintage
“crown” — Russ Lyon
Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks9,112
Questions5
to IdeabookEmail Photo Vaulted Ceiling (Abovedado Techo) This type of vaulted ceiling, known as a "groin vault," creates a beautiful main walkway that is very typical of Spanish architecture. Notice the arched windows and iron chandeliers that further define this space as Spanish.
vaulted ceiling, known as a "groin vault," creates a beautiful main walkway that is very typical of Spanish architecture. Notice the arched windows and iron chandeliers that further define this space as Spanish.
vaulted ceiling, known as a "groin vault," creates a beautiful main walkway that is very typical of Spanish architecture. Notice the arched windows and iron chandeliers that further define this space as Spanish.
“Ironwork” — Jana Sterling
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Spanish Bungalow
Ideabooks4,819
Questions7
Hi, we're rebuilding our Spanish home in LA after a fire. Our home was yellow before but we prefer your stucco color. What is it called and where is it from? Also, what color are your
Do you know what the name is of the privacy bushes added on the far right of this photo? I need something similar and looks to be a good match for my style. Thank you!
The courtyard is great, the style is very Spanish.
4. Stucco walls. The low walls of this Spanish bungalow show off the front of the house, and its old-style gate is very inviting. The mustard gold color is common for Mediterranean style homes. A similar color is: Benjamin Moore Imperial Yellow 314.
“gorgeous soft planting” — lizzylarkwhistle
RJ Dailey Construction Co.
1 Review
Private Woodside Residence
Ideabooks9,096
Questions7
Do you know the design name of tile on floor... around the tub...inlay... behind mirror? I love this tile !
Dailey Construction Co.Save to IdeabookEmail Photo Canyon Color (Cañón de Color) Canyon color is a made-up term I use to describe terra-cotta. There are so many shades of terra-cotta, I like to refer to them as canyon colors. This is the earthy side of Spanish, different from the vibrant hues seen in Mexican
like to refer to them as canyon colors. This is the earthy side of Spanish, different from the vibrant hues seen in Mexican tiles. The effect is elegant and minimalist, especially when terra-cotta is paired with warm woods.
term I use to describe terra-cotta. There are so many shades of terra-cotta, I like to refer to them as canyon colors. This is the earthy side of Spanish, different from the vibrant hues seen in Mexican tiles. The effect is elegant and minimalist, especially when terra-cotta is paired with warm woods
“Floor tile” — marjorie59
AlphaStudio Design Group
5 Reviews
Hilltop Hacienda
Ideabooks5,702
Questions6
Is this a concrete Spanish style tile or Mexican Saltillo tile? Is there a stain or finish? And what about the fireplace border tile?
Thank you for your question, the door was a custom piece and was designed and constructed by a local artisan in San Diego County. It you look closely at the iron work, you'll notice there are two bells, the owner has an affinity for bells and had vintage ones placed throughout the home
Thank you, we particularly enjoyed designing this space. The fireplace is a 36" wide box and the tile surround is vintage tile the owner actually found during one of their travels.
the style. Spanish style is my favorite!
It is hard to tell for sure because of the time of day of the photo but I think these are brown or bronze colored window frames
“A1” — logavic
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