The driveway leads to the parking court and entry.
A covered balcony opens from the hall near the second floor family room.
A private covered balcony with distant views opens from the master bedroom above the garage.
The owners of this New Braunfels house have a love of Spanish Colonial architecture, and were influenced by the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio.
The home elegantly showcases their collection of furniture and artifacts.
Handmade cement tiles are used as stair risers, and beautifully accent the Saltillo tile floor.
Photo shared by Dale Dibello, a talented architect based in New Braunfels, Texas.
I appreciate this image for the voluptuous and sculptural lines within the Spanish Colonial Revival exterior architecture, especially the chamfered plaster opening to the front door.
The Spanish Revival lighting, with unique, scrolled back mounting plate and the brilliant move to not finish it (left to rust) is super cool. - spanishhomestylist