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Mediterranean Staircase
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 information on cement tiles
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 can add tons of interest to your home. Look beyond
“tiles” — danparry
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Colombatto Oceano
older Spanish revival homes, bedrooms and closets tend to be small.More about Spanish revival and Mediterranean styles
Spanish style. Especially popular in warmer regions of the country, Spanish revival–style homes tend to feature arches, tile work and white stucco. Some may have balconies or a central courtyard.Is it for you? Thick stucco walls and tile floors are naturally cool, which is ideal for warm climates. The
“balcony with French doors” — buzzfest
Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
Here Spanish Revival tiles stick to a black-and-white palette, creating an eye-catching combination of patterns.
This lighter, more delicate Spanish inspired candelabra sconce suits the stucco walls and plays nicely with the wavy railing.More: 10 Favorite Features of Spanish Revival Style9 Elements
Elements of Spanish Revival StyleKitchen Chandeliers
“Tile pattern floor” — Absolute Interiors
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Thomas Thaddeus Truett Architect
Cottage 52 Foyer & Stair Hall
could do spanish tile in the kitchen and wood in living and rest of the area?
Spanish vibe and backslash
transitional spanish kitchen
Could Spanish Revival be the style for you?More:10 Favorite Features of Spanish-Revival Style9 Architectural Elements of Spanish-Revival StyleColorful Cement Tile Makes a Comeback
Spanish details
“backsplash arabesque” — debreichheld
McDugald-Steele Landscape Architects
Houston Southern Estate
Features of Spanish-Revival Style 9 Architectural Elements of Spanish-Revival Style 9 Features of Spanish-Revival Kitchens
“Pool” — LeAnn Banks
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
example of a Spanish Revival style gate. May not be quite the right flavor, but is pretty close, too.
spanish lanterns detail. also the fountain
Courtyard Fountain (Patio con Fuente)Spanish-style architecture typically features an interior courtyard. In addition to beautiful trees and gardens, fountains are a common feature. These fountains can be made from stone or Mexican tile.
“courtyard” — catey001
Cynthia Bennett & Associates
3 Reviews
Spanish Revival Restoration
like house colors with spanish roof tiles
warm spanish exterior - back of house
Classic Spanish exterior
Spanish revival "peach color"
Spanish Revival Restoration
traditional Spanish Revival elements.
spanish revival...Spanish entry...Spanish exterior
“colors - especially that color of green trim” — Marci Smith
SoCal Contractor
23 Reviews
Spanish Revival
Outdoor built in seating area with Spanish style tiling
Create awnings with Tile. In addition, look at beautiful integration of Spanish and Moroccan elements.
Spanish revival. Vibrant Spanish tile adds quirky color to this outdoor space. Try using Spanish tile on a wall, the floor or the kickboards of a staircase. You can even find iron tables with Spanish tile tops. You can get a similar effect using bold-patterned fabrics on seat cushions, throw pillows
like Spanish revival, tiled hardscaping is just so much better than plain cement or stone. It adds instant cheerfulness.More: How to shop for cement and quarry tilesHow to shop for tileHow to find the right stone tile
“Tile Love” — pricehouse1
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