The original entry of this historic 1930s hacienda had been obliterated by previous renovations and additions. Designers stripped it back but still wanted more original texture and character, so they sourced antique firebrick from Spain and used it in key areas to re-create the exposed original structure.
This gorgeous California hacienda spans an estimated 10,000 square feet of luxury living. The home boasts a crisp white stucco exterior and red tile roof for a stylish Spanish look. In the backyard, a sprawling patio surrounds a swimming pool with a raised spa, providing the perfect spot for outdoor entertaining.
Although this home has spaces large enough for over 100 people to accommodate the homeowners' love for throwing parties, they wanted to maintain smaller, more intimate spaces for family gatherings such as this lovely living room with plenty of comfortable seating and a fireplace for warmth.
This foyer has many architectural elements that are indicative of Spanish style. For instances: The wood front door with dark finish, vertical slats and wrought-iron hardware; The terra cotta tile floor with high-gloss finish and blue floral patterns; the wood ceiling, exposed header beam above the door; and the punched metal pendant light.
Oversized chairs make for comfortable spots to kick back and relax in this transitional sitting area. The neutral space features exposed wood ceiling beams in keeping with the 1930s-era hacienda's style.
This neutral living room seamlessly blends rustic elements like ceiling beams and a brick fireplace with contemporary furnishings and lighting. The transitional space is right at home with the 1930s-era hacienda's aesthetic.
Embracing style, sophistication and serenity, a historic 1920s John Byers U-shaped adobe-style hacienda is remodeled and reconfigured. Set in the Santa Monica Mountains in the Pacific Palisades Riviera, the house comes with a stone patio and covered porch perfect outdoor entertaining.
A light brick wall adds character to this neutral entryway while keeping in line with the historic hacienda's aesthetic. A traditional dresser is paired with a modern Lucite chair for an unexpected and eye-catching combination.
Embracing style, sophistication and serenity, Los Angeles architect Lewin Wertheimer remodeled and reconfigured a historic 1920s John Byers U-shaped adobe-style hacienda, returning it to its original splendor and adding new elements of warmth and grace to the remarkable property. The eclectic living room is decked in black-and-white furniture in various patterns and a fluffy white area rug.
This home, as seen on HGTV's House Hunters, is nestled on ten acres in the foothills of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It is constructed entirely of adobe with traditional New Mexican elements, such as a wood-burning fireplace and hand-painted tiles. The unique blue dome also features a skylight and is a wonderful retreat for quiet meditation.
A rustic elegance defines a host of outdoor patios and covered terraces that flank the home, including this comfortable lounge with an outdoor fireplace. Open-air living is a must in this waterfront hacienda.
This Dallas home was designed with a chic hacienda feel that reflects classic southwestern style, including terracotta tile roof and stucco walls. The inner courtyard features a dramatically tall stucco fireplace, where family and guests can relax.
Embracing style, sophistication and serenity, a historic 1920s John Byers U-shaped adobe-style hacienda is remodeled and reconfigured. Set in the Santa Monica Mountains in the Pacific Palisades Riviera, the house encircles a large pool and courtyard.